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April 27, 2013

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Carrell receives wound care certification

ANDERSON — Drew Carrel, M.D., has received certification as a wound care specialist after recently completing a rigorous course of study in the most up-to-date and evidence-based wound care.

In addition to his orthopedic surgical practice, Dr. Carrel has joined the Wound Center at St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital as it medical director. A graduate of Indiana University School of Medicine, Dr. Carrel completed his internship at Marion County General Hospital in Indianapolis and his residency at Mount Carmel Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.

“Dr. Carrel has dealt with the surgical care of wounds for many years,” said Joni Breeden, director of Rehabilitation at St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital. “As the medical director of The Wound Center, he is available to follow patients who don’t have their own primary care provider. He also facilitates referrals to other specialists, such as bringing in peripheral vascular specialists when there are circulation issues.”

Centaur launches advertising agency

ANDERSON — Following its purchase of Indiana Grand Casino and Downs in Shelbyville, Hoosier Park Racing and Casino’s parent company, Centaur Gaming, LLC, has launched a new advertising agency. Creative and Advertising Agency will serve both properties and will be based out of Anderson, Indiana.

Centaur has pulled resources from both casinos to build its advertising team: agency account manager for Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, Christal Johnson-Stovall: agency managing director, Kiersten Flint; agency account manager for Indiana Grand Casino and Downs, Brian MacAslan; agency multimedia production specialist, researcher and copywriter, Alicia Hanger; and agency creative director, Lynzi Scharton.

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