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November 2, 2013

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Tincher named new site manager

ELWOOD — Sally Tincher has been named the new site manager for Northern Madison County Community Health Center in Elwood.

A graduate of Elwood Community High School in 2001, Tincher received a degree in health information management from Harrison College in 2005, and CCS medical coding certification from American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) in 2006. She holds memberships with AHIMA, AAPC, ASPCA.

As site manager, she will be responsible for the management of the Elwood Clinic, including supervision, scheduling, planning, budgeting, establishing policies and procedures, and ensuring that the medical staff complies with clinical protocols. Site manager is also responsible for patient care and patient education.

Carter earns sales award

ANDERSON — Bill Carter, of RE/MAX Real Estate Groups-Anderson, recently received the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Sales Award. In 2012, less than 2 percent of all RE/MAX Affiliates earned this prestigious sales award based on career sales production. Carter is broker/owner of the RE/MAX Real Estate office in Anderson, along with offices in Muncie and Carmel.

Carter has been working in the real estate business for more than 33 years and has earned the Certified

Residential Specialist designation from the National Association of Realtors.

Carter’s other achievements include, Past President, Distinguished Service Award recipient and was named the 2006 Realtor of the Year from the Anderson/Madison Association of Realtors.

LifeStream names PR manager

YORKTOWN – Kenneth D. Adkins, president / CEO of LifeStream Services, the local Aging and Disability Resource Center for East Central Indiana, has named Maureen M. Walby as public relations manager. She will be involved in communications, advocacy and development.

Walby, the former long-term care ombudsman for Area 6, comes to LifeStream with more than 15 years of experience working with residents of nursing homes and assisted-living facilities. Walby earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ball State University and currently serves as a pastor for Letts and Westport United Methodist churches. Walby is the 2013 recipient of LifeStream’s Champion Award for service to seniors in east central Indiana.

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