Hoosier Health Series: Providing the best care, close to home: get insiders access to new Regional Academic Health Center in Bloomington.

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Join IU Health South Central Region President Brian Shockney, FACHE, HFA for an exclusive preview and virtual tour of IU Health’s latest state-of-the art facility. The Regional Academic Health Center (RAHC) in Bloomington, slated to open this November, will bring the highest level of quality-care to southern Indiana. The 720,000-square-foot medical campus will provide the 470,000 residents across 11 counties with access to a variety of health services including integrated cancer care, cardiovascular care and primary care.

“The RAHC is an investment in our community and will help deliver on our mission of making Indiana a healthier state,” said Shockney. “The support of our donors has helped make this dream become a reality and I am excited to give them a sneak peek of what’s to come this fall.”

The webinar will be interactive and last approximately 60 minutes. Brian will be taking questions from attendees. Hosted by IU Health Director of Philanthropy, South Central Region Diane Buzzell, MA, CFR.

About the Speaker

Brian Shockney

Brian Shockney, President, South Central Region

Brian Shockney serves as President for the South Central Region of IU Health which includes IU Health Bloomington Hospital, IU Health Bedford Hospital, IU Health Paoli Hospital, IU Health Morgan and IU Health Southern Indiana Physicians.

Brian joined IU Health as Chief Operating Officer for IU Health Arnett in 2010. In 2016, he moved to the South Central Region as Chief Operating Officer and in 2018 was promoted to his current role. Prior to joining IU Health, Brian was the President and CEO of Memorial Hospital in Logansport, Indiana.

As President of the South Central Region, Brian’s primary initiatives for 2021 are focused on the opening of the new IU Health Bloomington at the Regional Academic Health Center on IU’s campus, continuing to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, and improving access and equity in healthcare.

Brian and his wife Angie have been married for 30 years and have three adult children – Jacob, Sarah, and Rachel and are enjoying the beautiful Bloomington area as ‘empty nesters.’

Brian currently sits on the Bloomington Economic Development Corporation, the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce Board, Bloomington City Coordinating Council & Parks and Recreation Advisory Task Force, IU Health Foundation Philanthropy Council, and President of the South-Central Indiana Kiwanis. He also is a member of the Indiana Hospital Association’s Workforce Committee, is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, and holds a Health Facilities Administrator license.

Brian currently sits on the Bloomington Economic Development Corporation, the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce Board, Bloomington City Coordinating Council & Parks and Recreation Advisory Task Force, IU Health Foundation Philanthropy Council, and President of the South-Central Indiana Kiwanis. He also is a member of the Indiana Hospital Association’s Workforce Committee, is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, and holds a Health Facilities Administrator license.

Join IU Health South Central Region President Brian Shockney, FACHE, HFA for an exclusive preview and virtual tour of IU Health’s latest state-of-the art facility. The Regional Academic Health Center (RAHC) in Bloomington, slated to open this November, will bring the highest level of quality-care to southern Indiana. The 720,000-square-foot medical campus will provide the 470,000 residents across 11 counties with access to a variety of health services including integrated cancer care, cardiovascular care and primary care.

“The RAHC is an investment in our community and will help deliver on our mission of making Indiana a healthier state,” said Shockney. “The support of our donors has helped make this dream become a reality and I am excited to give them a sneak peek of what’s to come this fall.”

The webinar will be interactive and last approximately 60 minutes. Brian will be taking questions from attendees. Hosted by IU Health Director of Philanthropy, South Central Region Diane Buzzell, MA, CFR.

About the Speaker

Brian Shockney

Brian Shockney, President, South Central Region

Brian Shockney serves as President for the South Central Region of IU Health which includes IU Health Bloomington Hospital, IU Health Bedford Hospital, IU Health Paoli Hospital, IU Health Morgan and IU Health Southern Indiana Physicians.

Brian joined IU Health as Chief Operating Officer for IU Health Arnett in 2010. In 2016, he moved to the South Central Region as Chief Operating Officer and in 2018 was promoted to his current role. Prior to joining IU Health, Brian was the President and CEO of Memorial Hospital in Logansport, Indiana.

As President of the South Central Region, Brian’s primary initiatives for 2021 are focused on the opening of the new IU Health Bloomington at the Regional Academic Health Center on IU’s campus, continuing to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, and improving access and equity in healthcare.

Brian and his wife Angie have been married for 30 years and have three adult children – Jacob, Sarah, and Rachel and are enjoying the beautiful Bloomington area as ‘empty nesters.’

Brian currently sits on the Bloomington Economic Development Corporation, the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce Board, Bloomington City Coordinating Council & Parks and Recreation Advisory Task Force, IU Health Foundation Philanthropy Council, and President of the South-Central Indiana Kiwanis. He also is a member of the Indiana Hospital Association’s Workforce Committee, is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, and holds a Health Facilities Administrator license.

Brian currently sits on the Bloomington Economic Development Corporation, the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce Board, Bloomington City Coordinating Council & Parks and Recreation Advisory Task Force, IU Health Foundation Philanthropy Council, and President of the South-Central Indiana Kiwanis. He also is a member of the Indiana Hospital Association’s Workforce Committee, is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, and holds a Health Facilities Administrator license.