IU Health Methodist Leadership
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 Methodist Hospital.
IU Health Methodist Hospital Executives
Ryan Nagy, MD
As president of the adult academic health center (AHC), Dr. Nagy is responsible for determining the strategic vision and priorities for IU Health Methodist and University Hospitals. Since his appointment in 2018, Dr. Nagy has provided oversight for the AHC project and has led successful efforts to enhance the quality of care and overall patient experience.
Dr. Nagy joined the Adult AHC in 2012 as an anesthesiologist. During his tenure at IU Health, he has held a number of leadership roles, including chief of anesthesiology and chief medical officer. He remains a practicing anesthesiologist at University Hospital, which allows him to combine his clinical experience and operational expertise to guide decisions and drive the future of care.
Dr. Nagy earned his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. He holds a master’s degree in business administration and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Indiana University.
Chief Financial Officer
Adam Horst joined the IU Health team in 2013 as vice president and controller. In June of 2016, Adam was appointed as the chief financial officer for the IU Health adult academic health center. In this role, Adam administers, directs and monitors all hospital financial activities, serving as a trusted advisor to ensure the financial sustainability of the $2+ billion organization. He also provides oversight to the AHC project as well as a number of the hospital’s support services.
Prior to joining IU Health, he served as the director of the Office of Management and Budget for the State of Indiana under then-Governor Mitchell E. Daniels. He holds a master’s degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in government and psychology from Dartmouth College.
Parveen Chand, MHA, FACHE
Chief Operating Officer
Parveen Chand, MHA, FACHE, joined IU Health as chief operating officer for IU Health Methodist and University hospitals in August 2016.
An experienced hospital administrator, Chand comes to IU Health from Eskenazi Health, where he served as COO for three years. Prior to that he was COO at Creighton University Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska, a 334-bed teaching hospital for Creighton University, and at St. Mary’s Hospital in Streator, Illinois. He also served as an assistant administrator at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital, St. Peters, Missouri.
Chand earned a degree in biology at St. Louis University and completed graduate studies in health administration at Washington University School of Medicine, also in St. Louis.
Vice President of Human Resources
Ann Bollone is the vice president of human resources. She is responsible for ensuring IU Health Methodist and University Hospitals have the team, processes, and culture to support an environment of excellence and healing. She and her talented team of human resources consultants support over 6,000 healthcare professionals at the adult academic health center.
While in high school, Ann served as a certified nurse assistant, launching a 35-year career in healthcare. Prior to joining IU Health in 2017, she held the position of chief human resources officer at healthcare organizations in Missouri and Arizona and has over 20 years of experience in executive leadership.
She earned a master’s degree in Business Administration from Southern Illinois University and a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Illinois University.
Jason H. Gilbert, PhD MBA RN NEA-BC
Chief Nursing Officer
Jason Gilbert, PhD MBA RN NEA-BC, joined IU Health in 2011 as Director of Nursing Operations at the IU Health adult academic health center in Indianapolis, IN. Named Associate Chief Nursing Officer in 2015, and Chief Nursing Officer in 2018, Gilbert oversees nearly 1,800 nurses at one of the state's biggest and busiest hospital systems. Prior to IU Health, Gilbert spent four years at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.
Gilbert completed his Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Ohio State University in 2011, and received a doctorate in Nursing Science in 2017 from Indiana University School of Nursing.
Mark Luetkemeyer, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Luetkemeyer is the chief medical officer for the adult academic health center, which includes Methodist and University Hospitals. He is responsible for steering clinical policy decision-making and leading a talented team of medical directors and physician leadership to enhance the quality of care, overall patient experience, and continuous quality improvement processes.
Since joining the team at Methodist Hospital in 2007 as a dedicated hospitalist, Dr. Luetkemeyer has progressed into a number of leadership roles. He served as the hospitalist medical director from 2012-2018, director of inpatient medicine from 2017-2018, and as president of the medical staff for the academic health center in 2017.
Dr. Luetkemeyer is a graduate of the Southern Illinois School of Medicine and the Indiana University School of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program. He is board certified in Internal Medicine with Focused Practice in Hospital Medicine.
Jose Azar, MD
Chief Quality Officer
Dr. Azar is the chief quality officer for the adult academic health center, which includes Methodist and University Hospitals. He is responsible for guiding the organization’s efforts to demonstrate the highest quality and safety outcomes and provides oversight to the regulatory and accreditation processes.
Since joining IU Health in 2009 as a Hematology/Oncologist, Dr. Azar has led a variety of efforts focused on continuous quality improvement and enhancing the culture of patient safety. In 2010, he served as the medical director of oncology quality and safety, and in 2014, he progressed into the role of medical director of quality and safety. Dr. Azar remains a practicing Hematologist/Oncologist at the IU Health Simon Cancer Center.
Dr. Azar is a graduate of the American University of Beirut School of Medicine and completed an Internal Medicine Residency Program and Fellowship in Hematology/Oncology at the Indiana University School of Medicine.