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Our constant pursuit of excellence through leading-edge medicine and scientific innovation at IU Health is guided by our executive leadership. Learn more about those who lead IU Health Bloomington.
Brian Shockney is responsible for operational leadership of IU Health Bloomington Hospital, including leading professional and support services, transformation initiative and medical staff operations. Prior to this role, Shockney was chief operating officer at IU Health Arnett Hospital. He has also served as president and chief executive officer at Memorial Hospital in Logansport, Ind.
Shockney earned his bachelor's degree from Indiana University-Kokomo and an MHA from Indiana University in Indianapolis. He is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Dan Handel joined the IU Health team in 2018 as chief medical officer for IU Health’s South Central Region. He is a board certified emergency medicine physician.
Handel is from Indiana and went to Northwestern University for his medical training. He worked at Oregon Health and Science University in positions including vice chair of clinical affairs for the Department of Emergency Medicine. Most recently, he was executive medical director and CMO at Medical University of South Carolina.
He has a Lean Six Sigma black belt certification and holds advanced degrees in public health, aeronautics and business.
Bruce Wade provides system leadership for human resource operations at IU Health Bedford Hospital, IU Health Bloomington Hospital, IU Health Paoli Hospital and IU Health Morgan, serving over 2,700 employees and 130 leaders. Wade has worked in various positions of human resources leadership at IU Health since 2000.
Prior to joining IU Health, Wade served as administrator and director of human resources at various hospital systems in Huntsville, Ala., Louisville, Ken. and Richmond, Va. He earned his MBA at Indiana Wesleyan University, his bachelor’s degree at DePauw University and he attended Culver Military Academy.
Wendy Hernandez leads professional and support services at IU Health Bloomington Hospital including the areas of orthopedics, neuroscience and rehabilitation services, facilities, food and environmental services, pharmacy and protective services, pulmonary and radiology. Hernandez previously served as transformation officer at IU Health West Hospital, where she has held various leadership positions. A registered respiration therapist, Hernandez has also previously led respiratory care services at IU Health Methodist, University and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health.
Hernandez earned her master’s of business management degree at Indiana Wesleyan University and her bachelor’s at Indiana University.
Mike Craig has been the chief financial officer for IU Health South Central Region since January of 2014. Prior to his current role, Craig served as the CFO for IU Health Southern Indiana Physicians. Craig also served director of financial planning and reimbursement for Bloomington Hospital from July 2000 through January 2012. During this time, he owned and operated MMI Healthcare Consulting, LLC, providing specialized Medicare services to hospitals across the country.
Before joining Bloomington Hospital, Craig was a partner with the firm of Olive, LLP. The firm specialized in healthcare financial consulting for a large hospital clientele within a four state region.
Craig is a Certified Public Accountant and a graduate of Ball State University with a BS in accounting.
Teri deMatas has served as vice president of marketing and community relations for IU Health’s South Central Region since 2014. A marketing communications professional with three decades of healthcare, corporate and agency experience. deMatas brings to IU Health a variety of senior marketing leadership experience, including roles at University of North Carolina Health Care, Bay Marketing Consultants in Warren, Mich., Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital in Wyandotte, Mich. and Kmart Corporation.
deMatas has her BA in communications from Michigan State University and did graduate studies at Central Michigan and Wayne State Universities.
Bradford Dykes is responsible for the general management and leadership of Indiana University Health Bedford Hospital. He previously served as CEO of hospital and ambulatory diagnostic and treatment facilities in Indiana, Alabama and Florida, with more than 25 years of experience in the hospital/healthcare field. Dykes is active with several healthcare organizations and has served as a board member of the Indiana Hospital and Health Association, Indiana Rural Health Association and the Hospital Licensure Council of the Indiana State Department of Health. Dykes has a B.A. from Wabash College, MHA from Indiana University School of Medicine, and M.B.A. from Murray State University. He is certified as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Larry Bailey has been a team member of Indiana University Health since 1992. He currently serves as president of Indiana University Health Paoli Hospital and IU Health Morgan. Previously, Bailey served as chief financial officer and internal auditor/financial analyst. Prior to joining Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital, Bailey worked as a manager at Kimmerling, Myers & Co., Inc., a CPA firm specializing in health care accounting and consulting.
Bailey holds a bachelor of science degree in business from Indiana University and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and a fellow of the Healthcare Financial Management Association.
Dan Peterson, Board Chairman
Brian Shockney, South Central Region President
Jim Laughlin, MD
John Strobel, MD
David Beachy, DO
Hojjat Shamloo, MD
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