Kathleen Krusie has been named president of Community Health Network’s north region. She will begin on Aug. 17, replacing Jason Fahrlander, who was promoted to president of acute care services for Community’s entire eight-hospital network. Krusie has been CEO of St. Joseph Regional Health Center in Texas since 2010. Before that, she worked at Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Krusie holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s of health administration degree from the University of Iowa.
Dr. Roberto Pili, an oncologist, has joined the Indiana University School of Medicine and the IU Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center. Pili, an expert in prostate, kidney and bladder cancers, also will direct the genitourinary research program at the cancer center and serve as the medical director of the genitourinary clinical program at the IU Health Simon Cancer Center. The genitourinary program supports treatment for prostate, bladder, kidney, testicular and penile cancers. Most recently, Pili was professor of oncology, chief of the genitourinary section, and leader of the genitourinary program at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, N.Y. Pili earned a medical degree from the Catholic University School of Medicine in Rome.
Dr. Christine Oakley, an endocrinologist, has joined St. Vincent Medical Group in Fishers. She earned a bachelor’s degree at the University of Virginia and a medical degree from West Virginia University School of Medicine.