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IU School of Medicine faculty named 'Health Care Heroes'

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The Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ) has named four IU School of Medicine faculty members to its annual list of “Health Care Heroes.” 

Top Honoree, Physician
Lawrence Einhorn, MD
Distinguished Professor
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Honoree, Physician
John Christenson, MD
Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
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Top Honoree, Community Achievement in Health Care
Riley Children’s Health
Laura Ruhl, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Rachel Peterson, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
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IBJ’s Health Care Heroes awards program, now in its 22nd year, honors individuals, companies and organizations for their contributions to improving health in central Indiana. Health Care Heroes are chosen from nominations submitted by the public in five categories. A committee of judges from IBJ and the health care industry selects three finalists, including a top honoree in each category.
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