Healthy Aging Transition Services (HATS) staff
Azita Chehresa, M.D., Ph.D.
Azita Chehresa, M.D., Ph.D. is a board certified family medicine physician who completed her residency and subsequent fellowship training in the field of clinical geriatrics at Indiana University. Dr. Chehresa comes with several years of experience as a primary care provider for the elderly. Dr. Chehresa also holds a Ph.D. in genetics from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
Dr. Chehresa sees patients at the HATS clinic located at the Hamilton Healthcare Campus. As part of the Touchpoint Senior Living team, Dr. Chehresa attends on patients at Allisonville Meadows, Kindred Transitional Care at Castleton and Westminster Village Assisted Living.
Dr Chehresa is an active member of American Geriatrics Society, American Academy of Family Physicians and Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. She also serves as the treasurer/secretary for the Indiana Medical director Association. She is also involved in research; her areas of special interest include improvement of quality of care to frail elders, the impact of multidisciplinary interventions on transitions of care, geriatric depression and dementia.
In her free time, Dr. Chehresa enjoys spending time with her family, reading, painting and traveling.
Syeda Naqvi, M.D.
Syeda Naqvi, M.D., completed her medical degree at Sind Medical College in Karachi Pakistan and her residency training with the University of Kentucky Family Medicine program in Hazard, Kentucky. While working with the Eastern Kentucky Veterans Center, her interest in the elderly was enhanced, and she then specialized with a fellowship in Geriatrics from the University of Louisville. A highlight of her tenure there was receiving the prestigious Gold Star Employee Award for her sincere efforts and dedication to patients, families and primary care providers.
Dr. Naqvi believes that practicing medicine is all about compassion—serving humanity in the most intimate way possible. Through addressing seniors’ complex medical, physical and psychosocial needs, she works alongside the primary care provider to keep patients active, functional and in their homes as long as possible.
Dr. Naqvi splits her time between seeing patients at the Community Hospital East HATS clinic and attending on patients at Wildwood and Miller East as a part of the Touchpoint Senior Living team.
Having recently moved to Indiana to be closer to her family, Dr. Naqvi resides in Brownsburg. She enjoys spending time with family, including her 12-year-old son, decorating her house and cooking.
Molly Campbell, NP
Molly Campbell is a nurse practitioner for the Touchpoint HATS clinic, a geriatric consult clinic at Community Health Network. She is certified in both adult and geriatrics, and has a special interest in geriatric preventive medicine, dementia care and research, caregiver support, and palliative medicine.
Molly received her bachelor of arts degree in gerontology from Miami University of Ohio and completed both her nursing degrees at Yale University. Before joining Community, Molly worked at Wishard Hospital’s Senior Care programs for two and a half years, providing geriatric primary care and case management.
She and her husband, Dr. Noll Campbell, enjoy spending time with their family and dog. Outside of work, Molly stays active through a variety of sports, especially running and playing golf.
Tracy Davis, MA
Tracy is a medical assistant for Touchpoint HATS. She is a recent graduate of Kaplan University where she received her Associates of Applied Science in Medical Assisting. She has spent over twenty years in customer service and is driven to helping others and decided the medical profession was for her. In her spare time she enjoys reading, scrapbooking and spending time with her family.
Kelly Grabman, practice manager
Kelly began her career in healthcare by taking a medical transcription course in high school, where she learned medical terminology and developed an interest in healthcare billing. She branched out to healthcare management and has been a practice manager for more than 10 years in the areas of family practice, pediatrics and OB-GYN. Kelly is dedicated to assisting any way she can to be sure patients and families receive comprehensive services for better health. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, walking, traveling, spending time with family and friends, and taking her son to karate.
Angela Johnson, RN, BSN
Angela fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming a nurse upon receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Indiana University. Angela brings to Touchpoint/HATS the benefit of her 15 years of varied nursing experience in medical/surgical bedside nursing, home health care and oncology. Angela has always had a passion for working with older adults, and enjoys aiding patients and families in the healthy transition of aging. Angela is a lifelong Hoosier; she lives in Fishers with her husband of 19 years, two children and three rescued dogs. In her spare time, Angela enjoys spending time with her family and friends, volunteering at the Humane Society, and collecting Barbies.
Sarah Milligan, MSW, LCSW
Sarah received her bachelor’s in social work degree at Indiana University with a certificate in case management, followed by completion of a master’s degree in social work at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. Sarah’s educational and work focus has included gerontology, aging, and working with and supporting older adults and their families, with the ultimate goal of promoting healthy aging transitions at any stage in multiple settings in the community and healthcare continuum.
Millicent Pettaway, R.N.
Millicent is a certified dementia care professional with a bachelor of arts degree from St. Mary-of-the-Woods College and a nursing degree from Marian College. Additionally, Millicent is certified in nutritional research from the Public Health Department of the University of Minnesota. Prior to joining the Touchpoint HATS team, Millicent worked for 14 years as the senior research nurse for the Indianapolis Study of Health and Aging, a division of the Psychiatry Department of the Indiana University School of Medicine. Millicent's leisure time is spent with her family, working in arts and crafts, and researching genealogy.
Todd Wagoner, MSW, LSW
Todd is a licensed social worker for the state of Indiana with a bachelor’s (Taylor University) and master’s (IUPUI) degree in social work. Todd joins Touchpoint’s Healthy Aging Transition Services after 22 years of social work experience in the acute hospital environment serving patients and families in the critical care setting as well as physical rehabilitation. Today, Todd looks forward to appling his clinical skills in the geriatric practice setting to help older adults and their families increase their opportunity to work as a healthy unit while linking them with area services to help them thrive.
La'Shawn Williams, MA
La’Shawn is a certified medical assistant who graduated cum laude from Ivy Tech Community College, with an associate of applied science degree. While a student, La’Shawn completed the Medical Assistant Fellowship program offered through Community Health Network. Prior to joining the Touchpoint HATS team, La’Shawn worked for 10 years at Hoosier Village Retirement Center as a dietary aide. In addition to spending time with her family and friends, La’Shawn enjoys helping people spiritually through her ministry work.