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Hendricks Regional Health in Danville named Yvonne Culpepper, a registered nurse, its chief operations officer in addition to her role as chief nursing officer. Culpepper earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing and master’s degree in nursing administration from Indiana University. She earned a doctor of nursing practice degree from Purdue University.

Dr. Gordon Reed, has been named chief medical officer at Hendricks Regional Health. Reed earned a bachelor’s degree at the University of Illinois and completed his medical training at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Dr. Brian Brewer, a trauma surgeon, has joined the trauma center at IU Health Methodist Hospital. He most recently worked at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. Brewer earned his medical degree from Meharry Medical College.

Dr. Peter Hammer, a trauma surgeon, has joined the trauma center at IU Health Methodist Hospital. He most recently worked at the Los Angeles County and University of Southern California Medical Center. Hammer, a retired commander from the U.S. Navy and a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, earned his medical degree at Wayne State University.

Dr. Ben Zarzaur, a trauma surgeon, has joined trauma center at IU Health Methodist Hospital. He most recently was a professor of surgery and preventative medicine at the University of Tennessee in Memphis. Zarzaur earned his medical degree from the University of Alabama.

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