October 21, 2013
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Dr. Jihan Huggins, a family physician, has joined Community Physician Network, a part of the Community Health Network hospital system, in Indianapolis. She earned her medical degree at Indiana University School of Medicine.

Dr. Valerie Moss, an OB/GYN, has joined Community Physician Network in Anderson. She holds a medical degree from the University of Louisville.

Dr. Richard Ofstein, a vascular surgeon, has joined Community Physician Network in Indianapolis. He earned his medical degree at the University of South Dakota School of Medicine.

Dr. Ashlie Stallion, a pediatrician, has joined Community Physician Network in Indianapolis. She completed her medical degree at the Indiana University School of Medicine and her pediatric residency at Riley Hospital for Children.

Gretchen Gutman has joined Bloomington-based Cook Group as vice president of public policy. She most recently served as associate vice president for governmental relations at Ball State University. She spent eight years as chief advisor to the Senate Finance Committee of the General Assembly and was a partner at the law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP in Indianapolis, where she worked with Cook on state-government policy. Gutman holds a bachelor’s in history and a master’s in public affairs from Indiana University-Bloomington. She earned her law degree from the IU School of Law in Indianapolis.


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  2. If you only knew....

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