Community network names neuroscience VP




Myron D. Lewis, has been named vice president of neuroscience services at Community Health Network. He will oversee the health system’s patient-centered neuroscience programs and operations. He begins his role on Aug. 12.

Lewis has 19 years of executive planning and business development experience in health care systems in Indiana and Michigan. Most recently, he served on the executive team for Indiana University Health Saxony Hospital. He has spoken nationally on the development and growth of neuroscience service lines, and in 2009 he was appointed to the Indiana Stroke Prevention Task Force by Gov. Mitch Daniels. He is also a past president of the Indiana Hospital Association Acute Rehabilitation Task Force.

Lewis completed his bachelor’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology at Michigan State University and his master’s degree in clinical social work at Western Michigan University. He completed his master of business administration degree at Indiana Wesleyan University. Lewis is a fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives and a licensed project management professional.

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