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Kerry Dinneen has been promoted to vice president of major gifts from major gifts officer for Eskenazi Health Foundation, the fundraising arm of the Eskenazi Health hospital and health system. She previously worked in employee relations and human resources at Cummins Inc. and as director of human resources for the International Group. Dinneen holds a bachelor’s degree in history and cultural studies from Princeton University and a master’s in public and private management from Yale University.

OurHealth, an Indianapolis-based operator of employer-based health clinics, has hired Robert Renihan as operations manager. He previously worked for Novia CareClinics as a practice administrator and at WFHB Firehouse Broadcasting as an audio engineer. Renihan holds a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications from Indiana University.

Attorney Robert Markette Jr. has joined the Indianapolis office of law firm Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman. He focuses on representing home health, hospice and private duty health care providers. Markette holds a bachelor’s degree from Hanover College and a law degree from Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
 

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