Our constant pursuit of excellence through leading-edge medicine and scientific innovation at IU Health is guided by our executive leadership and board of directors. Learn more about those who lead IU Health Frankfort Hospital.
Kelly Braverman was appointed the president of Indiana University Health Frankfort Hospital in June 2017. Braverman began her career at IU Health as Special Assistant to the President and Chief Executive Officer in 2003. Braverman has served in several roles at IU Health including director of operations of the faculty practice plan, vice president of operations for IU Health’s Academic Health Center (Methodist, University, Riley and Saxony hospitals), chief operating officer for University Hospital and senior executive of system operations at IU Health.
Braverman is a graduate from Indiana University’s Master of Health Administration program, as well as a fellow of the Tobias Leadership Center. She is also a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. Braverman oversees the Administrative Fellowship Program for IU Health.
Kelly and her husband, Michael, reside in Zionsville with their boys, Parker and Oliver. She enjoys attending all of their baseball games, family date nights and researching her family genealogy.
Dr. Marilyn Riley joined the executive team at IU Health Frankfort as the Chief Nursing Officer in July 2017. Riley has a passion for nursing education, excellence and leadership, which aligns with the mission of IU Health in providing every patient, every time, with exceptional nursing care.
Riley brings 30 years healthcare experience, including intensive care, medical-surgical, emergency and community health nursing expertise to her new role. Riley joined IU Health Physicians in 2012 as a nurse practitioner with the hospitalist team at IU Health Methodist Hospital. She has served as director of operations, as well as nurse practitioner with the vascular surgery team during her tenure.
Prior to joining IU Health, Riley served as associate faculty of nursing as well as dean of nursing in various educational programs at the associate, baccalaureate and masters levels in the Indianapolis area. She serves as a volunteer for the Indiana State Board of Health and the American Red Cross.
She holds a baccalaureate in nursing, a master’s degree in nursing and a PhD in natural health and is board certified as a family nurse practitioner.
She and her husband, Richard, reside in Sheridan.