Ann Arno DO
Ann Arno, D.O., is passionate about the primary medical care, as well as preventive care and wellness, she offers her patients. She has been very active in health and wellness programs and initiatives throughout the community.
She is board-certified in family medicine, with an interest in bioidentical hormone replacement and functional medicine. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for women is used to balance a woman’s individual body and hormone levels, whereby the mind and body aspects of menopause are explored, with solutions offered.
Dr. Arno obtained her medical degree from the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Des Moines University in Iowa, and completed a family practice residency at Community Hospital in Indianapolis.
Joe Banks, DO
Cindy Brown DO
Dr. Brown is a board-certified family practice physician. She received her medical degree from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan. Dr. Brown completed her internship at Community Westview Hospital. Dr. Brown is a member of Community Westview Hospital’s board of directors.
Joshua Dawalt DO
As a native Hoosier, Dr. Joshua Dawalt became interested in medicine after his involvement in a medical missions trip to Haiti while in college. Through his experiences in Haiti, he formed a belief in the strong connection between the body, mind, and spirit; thus, encouraging his patients to lead balanced lives. He also learned that it is the “quality of our lives that matters more than the quantity”. Dr. Dawalt cares for patients of all ages and welcomes new patients to join his medical home.
Dr. Joshua Dawalt completed a Family Medicine residency at Community Westview Hospital. He is a graduate of Indiana University and Midwestern University-Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. Currently, he is chairman of Family Medicine at Community Westview Hospital, and is actively involved in residency training for future Family Medicine physicians. His passion is in prevention and wellness along with diabetes and cardiovascular long term management. Along with this is his special interests in acute medicare care, sports/joint injuries, procedural advances and physical rehabilitation medicine. Dr. Dawalt enjoys softball, golf and working out with a personal trainer to stay healthy, practicing what he preaches.
Sara Diaz DO
Sara Diaz, D.O. is a family practice physician with a special focus on women’s health and integrative medicine. She is originally from Indianapolis and received her undergraduate degree at Indiana University in Bloomington. She obtained her medical degree at Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Iowa, and completed her residency training in Denver, Colorado.
Dr. Diaz believes that optimal health results when all aspects of mind, body, and spirit are balanced, which is achieved through preventive medicine and healthy lifestyles. She has a special interest in providing holistic care for women.
She also specializes in and offers her patients osteopathic manipulative treatment (O.M.T.), acupuncture and functional medicine (an integrative approach to chronic disease management that emphasizes digestive health, hormone balance, and lifestyle modification to promote wellness).
“I enjoy supporting my patients in their journey towards better health and vitality,” said Dr. Diaz.
Larissa Dimitrov MD
Jason Everman DO
Dr. Everman is a life-long Indiana native who graduated from Midwestern University, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, in Downers Grove, Illinois, after receiving his undergraduate degree in general health sciences at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.
While completing his family medicine residency in Indianapolis at St. Vincent Hospital, he completed an 18-month research project examining osteopathic awareness. He was selected to present this research project at both the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians’ annual national conference and the Indiana Academy of Family Physicians annual resident research day, and was honored with the second place award. He plans to continue to conduct research in osteopathic medicine and promote awareness of the osteopathic medical philosophy and treatment.
Dr. Everman is currently caring for families on the west side of Indianapolis at Rockville Plaza Family Practice for Westview Hospital. He focuses on providing primary care, health promotion and disease prevention, as well as osteopathic manipulative treatment. He enjoys family medicine because of the opportunity to build healthy and healing relationships with patients of all ages.
“I enjoy working in a close partnership with patients to utilize the osteopathic approach to their individual healthcare to promote a healthy lifestyle and healing environment,” stated Dr. Everman.
Ronald Gemma DO
Dr. Gemma is a board-certified family practice physician. He received his undergraduate degree from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. He then went on to receive his medical degree from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in Chicago, Illinois, where he also completed his internship.
Dr. Gemma and his wife have lived on the Westside of Indianapolis since 1978, while raising their three children. During this time, he has been a member of the Westview Hospital medical staff and has served as chief of the medical staff. He also served on the hospital’s board of directors for 10 years.
Dr. Gemma’s philosophy of patient care is that, “Many of my patients have been with me for more than 30 years and I now see their children and grandchildren. I appreciate their trust and believe that all my patients should receive compassionate, attentive care. As their physician, it is important for me to be a true partner in their care for a lifetime of wellness.”
Susan Holec-Iwasko DO
Dr. Holec-Iwasko is a board-certified family practice physician who obtained her medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her residency training at Bicounty and Detroit Osteopathic Hospitals in Detroit, MI. Dr. Holec-Iwasko looks at the total person during office visits. Her office also offers yoga, meditation, nutrition, healing touch and therapy classes.
Eugene Justus DO
Eugene Justus, D.O. is a board-certified family practice physician. He graduated from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa. He completed his internship at Community Westview Hospital. He completed his residency at Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska.
Dr. Justus serves as a faculty member for Community Westview Hospital’s Family Practice Residency Program. He has a special interest in caring for individuals with autism spectrum disorders.
Terry Mandel DO
Dr. Mandel is a board-certified family practice physician. He received his medical degree from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his internship and residency training at Riverside Hospital in Michigan.
Kenneth Maynard DO
Dr. Maynard received his undergraduate degree from Butler University in Indianapolis. He obtained his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his residency in family medicine at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Maynard also provides primary care for the entire family, along with education on disease prevention and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Maynard has also obtained specialized training in sports medicine and provide sports injury prevention education.
Millicent Moye MD
Dr. Moye, M.D., is a native of Indianapolis. She graduated from North Central High School and went to Indiana University in Bloomington, for undergraduate training, and earned her doctor of medicine (M.D.) degree from the University of Cincinnati. She is board certified through the American Board of Family Medicine.
Dr. Moye is currently practicing at Glendale Family Medicine in Indianapolis, an affiliate of Westview Primary Care Centers. Previously, she was chief executive officer and a practicing physician of Family Medicine of Indiana in Carmel, Indiana. She provides quality family medical care from child care to senior care.
When not practicing medicine, Dr. Moye enjoys staying involved with the Mustang Club of Indianapolis, which she is a past president of the club. This is a local organization of Mustang enthusiasts who join together for community outreach activities, as well as events to celebrate America’s favorite Pony Car.
Dr. Moye’s philosophy of family health care is, “to provide complete, quality health care for the entire family, and the community, while helping individuals lead a happier, healthier lifes.”
William Scott Nall DO
William Scott Nall, D.O. is board certified in family medicine and neuromusculoskeletal medicine. He obtained his bachelor’s degree from Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky, with a major in religion and a minor in chemistry. He was awarded the Harper Gatton Medallion of Leadership and Ethics upon graduation. He then worked as a quality control technician in a syrup plant for a year before being accepted into Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine (now known as the University of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine), in Pikeville, Kentucky.
After medical school, Dr. Nall (and his wife, Candace) moved to Indianapolis to complete his residency in osteopathic family medicine at Community Westview Hospital, where he was chief resident. Upon completing his family practice residency, he was accepted into Eastern Maine Medical Center’s Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Fellowship Program in Bangor, Maine.
Dr. Nall has received extensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of the musculoskeletal system (nutritional, hormonal, structural, and medical). In the care of his patients, Dr. Nall employs the most cutting edge medical treatments along with osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) and integrative medical approaches, such as bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), which helps patients improve function. As a family physician, he also treats many common medical disorders such as diabetes and hypertension.
“in partnership with my patients, I not only treatment their symptoms and illnesses but I want to help them achieve a life-time of health and wellness,” said Dr. Nall.
Luke Nelligan DO
Luke Nelligan D.O. graduated from Ursinus College in 1985 with a B.S. in Biology. After teaching science in prep school and Villanova University, as a graduate student, Dr. Nelligan attended the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine from 1987 to 1991. He interned at the Hospital of PCOM, where he was a chief intern. He completed his residency at Graduate City Avenue Hospital, and became Board Certified in 1994. After two years of working for Ancilla Healthcare in Mishawaka, Dr. Nelligan ran Speedway Family Physicians from 1996 to1999, teaching residents and students.
Dr. Nelligan is active in the Indiana Osteopathic Association, where he has served as President, Vice President, Secretary, and Chairman of the Legislative Committee. Dr. Nelligan received the Kinsinger Award and the Outstanding Young D.O Award from the IOA.
James Nichols DO
Gregory Oliver DO
Dr. Oliver is a board-certified family practice physician. He is a graduate of Indiana University and the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University.
Stephanie Overmars DO
Dr. Overmars is a board certified osteopathic medicine and family practice physician. She attended Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan, where she earned a degree in Lyman Briggs Physiology and Honors Psychology in 2004. In 2008, she completed her medical training at Michigan State University College of Osteopatic Medicine, and later obtained her certification in Medical Acupuncture for Physicians from Helms Medical Institute. She also served as co-chief resident during her last two years of family practice residency at Westview Hospital.
Over the past year, she has researched vitamin D deficiency in the Indianapolis communities. She presented her research at the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians’ National Convention this past spring. She has strong interests in complementary and alternative medicine and was a speaker on this topic at the Indiana Osteopathic Association’s Annual Winter Update. She has also been published in the Indiana Osteopathic Association’s Hoosier D.O. magazine.
“I believe in a holistic approach to caring for my patients, which means I routinely evaluate my patient’s physiological, psychological and social health and well-being,” said Dr. Overmars. “I am loyal to the osteopathic philosophy of care, and I am passionate about outreach initiatives that improve the health and wellness of our community.”
Young Ki Park DO
Dr. Park is a board-certified family practice physician who specializes in Eastern and Western medicine. He earned his medical degree from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa. Dr. Park completed a residency in family practice at St. Elizabeth Hospital Medical Center in Youngstown, Ohio, where he was named Outstanding Resident. He earned his undergraduate degree from Indiana University. Dr. Park was born in Korea and came to the United States at age 12. His father’s work as a certified acupuncturist and herbalist inspired Dr. Park to study medicine.
Michael Pizzato DO
Dr. Pizzato received his undergraduate degree from Butler University in Indianapolis. He obtained his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his residency in family medicine at Riverside Hospital in Trenton, Michigan. Dr. Pizzato also provides primary care for the entire family, along with education on disease prevention and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Pizzato has also obtained specialized training in sports medicine and provide sports injury prevention education.
Sheron Randolph MD
A native of Indianapolis, Sheron Randolph, M.D., received her undergraduate degree from Bennet College in Greensboro, N.C., and her doctor of medicine (M.D.) degree from Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. She completed a three-year residency in family practice at Community Health Network. She is board certified by the American Board of Family Practice.
Dr. Randolph is currently practicing at Guion Family Practice, an affiliate of Community Westview Hospital’s physician network, on West 38th Street and North Guion Road in Indianapolis. She provides high-quality health care for the entire family, from newborns to seniors.
Dr. Randolph enjoys viewing and attending NASCAR races and enjoys many other outdoor activities.
Her philosophy of patient care is “to engage patients in understanding the importance of preventive health that will enable them to live healthier, happier lives.
Lisa Richter DO
Dr. Richter attended Iowa State University where she pursued a degree in Psychology and graduated with Honors in 1995. She then attended the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Des Moines University in Des Moines, Iowa where she graduated in 1999. Dr. Richter left the state of Iowa and completed her Family Medicine residency at Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center in Mount Clemens, Michigan. She served as chief resident during her last year at Mt. Clemens. She is board certified in Family Medicine and is passionate about women’s health, preventative medicine, as well as pediatrics and adolescent medicine.
Dr. Richter has been part of the Community Westview Hospital family since 2002. Since that time she has practiced medicine at Speedway Family Physicians in Speedway, Indiana. She is also the program director for Community Westview Hospital’s Family Medicine Residency. Her current responsibilities offer both the ability to see private patients and teach/mentor future osteopathic physicians. Dr. Richter also serves on Community Westview Hospital’s board of directors.
Dr. Richter is married to husband Steve and they have three daughters and one son; Isabella, Campbell and Elliana and her son, Grayson. Her outside interests include staying fit, eating healthy, reading and actively participating in the Junior League of Indianapolis.
Mark Rollins DO
Dr. Rollins, M.D. is board certified in family medicine and has been in practice for 20 years. He has practiced in underserved inner city and rural communities for much of this time, before joining Westview Primary Care Centers in 2007. He served as an assistant professor and associate program director in the Family Medicine Department at Ohio State University for five years and helped develop an inner city training track for family practice residents. As an international medical graduate, he has obtained unique multi-cultural experience with other students from around the world.
Dr. Rollins is currently doing work for the MDwise Hoosier Alliance, a health care network that participates in MDwise to provide care for members in the Hoosier Healthwise program, Indiana’s health coverage program for low-income families and children. His personal and professional goals have always been dedicated to improving health care for underserved communities in the state of Indiana, and increasing awareness of these efforts among health care professionals.
Dr. Rollins is married with two children in college (one a Navy veteran) and he enjoys spending time with his grandson.
Angela Wagner DO
James Williams, DO, CHCQM, FAIHQ
James M. Williams, D.O., CHCQM, FAIHQ, is the vice president of medical affairs at Community Westview Hospital. Dr. Williams has been instrumental in achieving unprecedented quality improvements related to Community Westview Hospital’s CMS (Centers for Medicare Services) Quality Core Measures. Core measures help hospitals improve the quality of patient care by focusing on the actual results of care.
Dr. Williams is a board-certified family practice physician and graduated from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He received undergraduate and graduate degrees from Indiana University. For more than 33 years, he has been a member of Community Westview Hospital’s medical staff and has practiced medicine at Rockville Plaza Family Practice. He has served as a member of the hospital’s board of directors for more than 25 years. For several years and currently, he serves as the medical director for Suburban Health Organization (SHO), an organization composed of ten central Indiana hospitals working together to promote quality, efficiency and patient access throughout Central Indiana.
From 1980 to 1981, Dr. Williams served as Westview Hospital’s (now Community Westview Hospital) chief of staff. He also served as president of the Indiana Osteopathic Association (IOA) and in 1996 received the J.B. Kinsinger Outstanding Osteopathic Physician Award, IOA’s highest honor for a physician in the state of Indiana. He has also served as a diplomate of the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians, and as a fellow of American Institute of Healthcare Quality.
In October of 2011, Dr. Williams was presented with the Indiana Hospital’s Association’s Award of Merit. The Award of Merit is given to a person other than a hospital CEO for exemplary service to health care.