The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) has hired two key leaders who will oversee the design, construction and operations of the new Indiana Neuro-Diagnostic Institute and Advanced Treatment Center. Dr. Jerry Sheward will serve as chief medical officer. Dr. Sheward spent 25 years working for Aspire Indiana Inc. Joshua Scism has been hired as chief operations officer. He currently serves as senior project manager for FSSA. The institute is scheduled to begin serving patients in 2018. The new 159-bed institute is projected to have the capacity to treat 1,500 patients each year on the campus of Community East Hospital in Indianapolis.

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