Ammon appointed vice president, Practice Operations
Kim Ammon, PT, MHA, has been appointed IU Health Physicians vice president, Practice Operations. Since October 2016, Ammon has served as vice chair, clinical and academic administration, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, serving the academic and research mission for the department within IU School of Medicine.
In her new role, Ammon will work to facilitate organizational improvement and meaningful team member engagement to remove obstacles to patient care delivery. She will report to her predecessor, Brian Kremer, who was named IU Health Physicians chief operating officer in January.
“We are thrilled to add Kim to the IU Health Physicians leadership team. Her expertise, humility and servant leadership will be a powerful catalyst for positive change across all of our clinical departments," says Kremer.
Ammon has been with IU Health Physicians for nearly a decade, overseeing operations for seven sites for the orthopaedic service line and more than 100 team members. She also brings more than two decades of clinical and managerial experience serving in various roles with healthcare organizations in Indiana and surrounding states.
Ammon received her combined bachelor’s and master’s degree in physical therapy from University of Evansville, and a second master’s degree in health administration from IUPUI.