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July 13, 2013

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ANDERSON -- The Madison County Community Health Center has announced the addition of Dr. Sadia Abbasi, M.D. Pediatrician and Nancy Rodecap, APN, Adult Nurse Practitioner as of July 1.

Dr. Sadia AbbasiDr. Abbasi joins the Health Center filling a much needed gap in the medical care of children in the Community.

Dr. Abbasi is a graduate of the Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan and completed her Pediatric Residency at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Harlem Hospital Center in New York.

She is the recipient of the Silver Medal and Merit Scholarship in secondary Education. She has served as the Senior Medical Officer and Child Specialist in Pakistan for 5 years before coming to the United States.

Dr. Abbasi is married to Aasim Noveer. They reside in Fishers with their two children, daughter Shiza and son, Bilal.

She is professionally affiliated by the American Academy of Pediatrics, and is board eligible.

Nancy RodecapRodecap received her Adult Nurse Practitioner degree from Ball State University. Prior to receiving her Nurse Practitioner degree and joining the Health Center, Nancy worked as the Director of Nursing for Individual Support Home Health in Middletown. She also serves as Adjunct Nursing Instructor for Ivy Tech and has previously worked as a staff nurse for St. John’s Health System and school nurse for the Daleville Community Schools.

She is married to Jeremy Rodecap. They reside in Middletown with their three children, Nicholas, Jordan, and Andrew.

Rodecap is certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.

For more information call 641-7499 or 552-0841.

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