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SHO Direct

SHO Direct is a new network design created for Indiana employers. It brings together 10 high-quality, low-cost community health systems that work together to expand  access to care and lower costs for employees and employers.

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Provider Recruitment

Suburban Health Organization (SHO) is a leader in Indiana and Indianapolis area provider recruitment and offers physician practice opportunities in systems in suburban and rural locations.


Continuing Education

Suburban Health Organization is accredited by the Indiana State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education to physicians.  Additional programs available for nurses.

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Population Health

Suburban Health Organization works to position its hospital members and the patients they serve for success under risk-based reimbursement models while improving the health of our communities.

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Expense Reduction

SHO hospitals work together to reduce operating expenses by leveraging economies of scale through shared service and group purchasing arrangements.

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Clinical Integration

SHO hospitals work together to achieve shared clinical goals through provider education, shared provider opportunities, and accountable care arrangements aimed toward increased quality outcomes and decreasing cost of care.

Suburban Health Organization serves its members by providing a collaborative forum to facilitate desired integrations and outcomes, while allowing care to remain local and preserving deep-rooted ties to hospital communities.

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Suburban Health Organization (SHO) is comprised of thirteen community-based Indiana hospitals working together to improve access to the highest quality healthcare possible. Incorporated in 1994, SHO serves its members by providing a collaborative forum to facilitate desired integrations and outcomes, while allowing care to remain local and preserving deep-rooted ties to hospital communities. For nearly 30 years, this synergetic group has created value by forming shared services, leveraging their combined purchasing power, sharing best practices, and finding innovative solutions to some of healthcare’s biggest challenges. Through partnership, we are ensuring that vital, independent community health systems continue to thrive. Together, we are creating healthier communities.

Our members include Decatur County Memorial Hospital, Goshen Health, Hancock Health, Hendricks Regional Health, Henry Community Health, Johnson Memorial Health, Logansport Memorial Hospital, Major Health Partners, Margaret Mary Health, Marion Health, Riverview Health, Rush Memorial Hospital, and Witham Health Services. Our members regularly collaborate with the following tertiary systems for patient care and community based health initiatives: Ascension St. VincentFranciscan Health, and Indiana University Health.

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Suburban Health Organization Board of Directors names Dr. Craig Wilson, MD, MHSc, FACP, as President and CEO


The Suburban Health Organization Board of Directors has named Dr. Craig Wilson, MD, MHSc, FACP, as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective January 2, 2024.

“We are incredibly proud to announce Dr. Wilson as our next President,” said Board Chairman, Steve Long, MHA, MBA, FACHE. “With SHO’s commitment to deliver the highest quality care within our local communities, I have no doubt that Dr. Wilson is the right leader for this next chapter in our mission, as we continue growing together through clinical integration.”

Dr. Wilson has served as Chief Medical Officer (CMO) since 2014. He will retain his CMO responsibilities while taking on the duties of President and CEO. “Dr. Wilson has contributed to the growth and success of SHO since joining the organization,” said current President, Dave Lippincott. “I have full confidence that he will continue to enhance SHO’s mission and dedication to our hospitals.”

As President, Dr. Wilson will work with other members of SHO’s executive leadership team and hospital CEOs to identify and lead strategic goals, while overseeing all functions of the organization and serving as the liaison to the Board.

"I am humbled and honored by the opportunity to lead an organization that has meant so much to me. Our Suburban Health Organization partner hospitals are collaborating in exciting ways to deliver outstanding care to the communities they serve. I look forward to catalyzing further partnership and integration between them," said Dr. Wilson.

Dr. Wilson is the third President and CEO to serve in this distinguished role, and the first physician to lead the organization that incorporated nearly 30 years ago. He succeeds Dave Lippincott who will retire in January after 21 years with the organization; Lippincott has led SHO as President and CEO since 2013.

Dr. Wilson brings well-rounded insight on healthcare through his executive leadership experience and nearly three decades as a practicing physician, most recently as a Hospitalist and Internal Medicine provider. He began his career in 2001 as a Geriatrician with Ascension St. Vincent. He has held positions of increasing responsibility in medical affairs, including Chief Medical Officer at St. Vincent Fishers from 2013 to 2014 and serving as Executive Director of Hospitalist Services at St. Vincent Health from 2009 to 2013. He was also named Chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine at St. Vincent Indianapolis from 2007 to 2011.

Dr. Wilson graduated from the University of Queensland Medical School in Australia and completed his Internal Medicine residency training at Ascension St. Vincent in Indianapolis and Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at Duke University in North Carolina. In addition, he earned a Masters in Health Sciences through a graduate program co-sponsored by Duke University and National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Wilson and his wife, Maria, reside in Hamilton County and are proud parents to their son, Jace.

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Welcome to Tara McVay, President and CEO of Logansport Memorial Hospital

September 25, 2023

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Welcome to Dr. Michelle Fenoughty, President and CEO of Hendricks Regional Health

August 23, 2023

Please join us in welcoming the new President and CEO of Hendricks Regional Health, Dr. Michelle Fenoughty. With nearly 30 years of experience extending across multiple areas within healthcare, Dr. Fenoughty stands out in more ways than one. This includes the decades she spent as a practicing women’s health physician, as well as her roles…

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Welcome to Dave Hyatt, President and CEO of Riverview Health

July 17, 2023

Please join us in welcoming the new President and CEO of Riverview Health, Dave Hyatt. For more than 15 years, Dave Hyatt has been working in executive roles prior to his time at Riverview. This includes his role as President of Blackford Hospital as well as Vice President of System Rural Strategy at IU Health.…

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