IU Health Saxony Hospital Appoints COO, CMO

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Soula Banich and Larry Stevens Soula Banich and Larry Stevens

Indiana University Health Saxony Hospital has named Soula Banich chief operating officer and Larry Stevens chief medical officer.

Banich most recently served as director of allied health and cardiovascular services at IU Health North and Saxony hospitals. She has been with IU Health for more than 10 years, and before coming to IU Health North and Saxony hospitals, she served as deployment leader and project manager at Riley Hospital for Children, and before that as director of operations for nutrition services at IU Health Methodist Hospital. Banich holds a master’s degree in health administration from IUPUI. 

Stevens is a general surgeon with a sub-specialty in advanced minimally invasive surgery, and in addition to his role as chief medical officer, he will serve as medical director of general surgery services development for IU Health Saxony and Tipton hospitals. Stevens has previously served as president of the IU Health North Hospital medical staff and as member of the IU Health North board. Most recently, he served as medical director of perioperative services at IU Health Methodist Hospital, service line leader for general surgery, and as medical director of quality for IU Health Physicians. Stevens is currently a member of the IU Health board of directors.

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