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Community Health Network hired Wayne Pack as its chief human resources officer, replacing Jill Parris, who is retiring at the end of the year. Pack previously was senior vice president for human resources in the Americas division of Indianapolis-based Brightpoint North America, and before that was vice president of worldwide human resources at Carmel-based Thomson. Pack holds a bachelor’s degree from Tennessee Technological University.

Dr. David Williams has been named president of the west region of Community Health Network. Williams has held numerous leadership positions at Community Westview Hospital, including chief physician executive and chief of staff. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Ohio University in Athens and a doctor of osteopathy degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences.

Sarah Knisely-King, a registered nurse, has been named chief operating officer and chief nursing executive for Community Health Network’s south region. She was most recently director of emergency services at Community Hospital South. Knisely-King holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Purdue University and a master’s degree in nursing administration from Lewis University.

Hendricks Regional Health Medical Group has hired Dr. Julia Ruckman, an OB/GYN, as part of its Westside Physicians for Women practice in Avon. Ruckman holds a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and a medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Dr. Frances Russell has joined Wishard-Eskenazi Health in emergency medicine. She received her undergraduate degree from Iona College and medical degree from the University of Wisconsin.

Dr. Constantine Albany has joined Wishard-Eskenazi Health in its special medicine oncology clinic. He received his medical degree from Techreen University in Syria.
 
Dr. Zachary Kahler has joined Wishard-Eskenazi Health in emergency medicine. He received his undergraduate degree from Carnegie Mellon University and medical degree from the University of Arizona.
 

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