Cook Unveils Nasal Treatment
Bloomington-based Cook Medical Group Inc. has launched a post-surgical sinus treatment. The company says the technology helps with “difficult-to-heal” nasal conditions.
Choices Names New CEO
An Indianapolis-based organization that coordinates care for youth in the juvenile justice, child welfare, special education and mental health systems has a new leader. Michael Goldberg has been named chief executive officer of Choices Inc. He had been doing consulting work in St. Louis.
Physician Network Names Regional Director
Indianapolis-based Community Physician Network has selected Patricia English to be regional medical director for the south region. She has been with the group since 2011.
IndyGo Reveals Grant Recipients
IndyGo has announced recipients of federal funding for transportation projects serving low-income residents. The public transit provider is the designated recipient responsible for awarding the federal Job Access Reverse Commute and New Freedom grants.
Day Nursery Picks Maple For CEO
One of the oldest early child care providers in the state has a new leader. Ted Maple has been named president and chief executive officer of Indianapolis-based Day Nursery. He had been leading some education efforts at the United Way of Central Indiana.
Executive MBAs Rank Among The Best
Two universities in the state are included on a list ranking the world’s top executive MBAs. The Economist rated the programs from the University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business and Purdue University Krannert School of Management 15th and 30th, respectively.
– Daily News