Family Medicine Residency faculty
E. Diana Burtea, MD, FAAFP
Dr. Burtea was raised in the suburbs of Chicago. She attended Northwestern University for both her undergraduate and medical training and was part of the honors program in medical education there. She completed her residency training in family medicine at St. Luke's Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Prior to joining Community Health Network, Dr. Burtea was in private practice in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. She completed the Primary Care Faculty Development Program at the University of Wisconsin and the National Institute of Program Director Development Fellowship and serves on the Association of Family Medicine Residency Director’s Education Committee.
Dr. Burtea, her husband, Jim, and their daughters, Cassie and Stephanie, reside in Carmel. She enjoys being a cheer mom for her two daughters, serving as their Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout Leaders, and going to Colts games – even without Peyton!
Tricia Hern, MD
Medical director of Family Medicine Center
Dr. Hern was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, and earned her B.S. in Biochemistry from Indiana University. She completed medical school at Northwestern University in Chicago and her family medicine residency at University of North Carolina Hospital in Chapel Hill. Following residency, she returned to Chicago and spent seven years as a faculty member of the MacNeal Family Medicine Residency Program in Berwyn, Illinois. During her time at MacNeal, Dr. Hern served as family medicine clerkship director for the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine for five years, and was associate director of the MacNeal's residency for two years. In 2008, she completed the Primary Care Faculty Development Fellowship at Michigan State University. Shortly thereafter, she joined the faculty at Community as associate director. Dr. Hern leads the curricular elements of the residency and is director for the adult inpatient service. In 2011, she became medical director of the Family Medicine Center (FMC) and is actively involved in the patient-centered medical home transformation in the residency curriculum and in the FMC.
Dr. Hern is the mother of boy-girl twins and resides in Zionsville.
Sagi Mathew, MD
Medical director of Shadeland Family Care Center
Dr. Mathew completed his family medicine residency at Southern Illinois University in Springfield, followed by a fellowship in maternal-child health at PCC/West Suburban Hospital in Oak Park, Illinois. He then moved to Indiana as an assistant professor of clinical family medicine at the IU/Methodist Family Medicine Residency program, a position he held for six years. While there, in 2009, Dr. Mathew developed the Family Medicine Centered Maternity Care Fellowship at IU/Methodist. In 2010, he completed additional professional development through a Faculty Development Fellowship at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Dr. Mathew's additional interests include international health and mission trips, fishing and team sports.
Sarah Curry, MD
Dr. Curry was raised in the rural community of Covington, Indiana. She received her bachelor's degree in biology from Indiana University and her medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. She completed her intern year in family medicine at the University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine in Madison, Wisconsin, and then came home to Community Health Network to finish her second and third years of family medicine residency training. During her third year of residency, Dr. Curry served as a chief resident and recently graduated from Community's Family Medicine Residency in July 2008. She is excited to serve the program and help guide residents to recognize their full potential as she did herself at Community.
Dr. Curry and her husband, Travis, enjoy traveling, hiking and camping. She also enjoys gardening tomatoes, peppers and beans out of her front flower bed.
Susan Helsel, MD
Dr. Helsel was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. She received her undergraduate degree in biology from the University of South Carolina and received her medical degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Columbia, South Carolina. She attended the University of Virginia for two years in psychiatry residency.
Dr. Helsel completed her family medicine residency at Community Health Network in Indianapolis where she and her husband, Michael, currently reside.
Mark Lisby, MD
Mark D. Lisby, MD, is an assistant director of the Community Health Network Family Medicine Residency Program in Indianapolis, Indiana. He also serves as director of medical education at Community Hospital East and is chair of the Graduate Medical Education Committee.
Born at Community Hospital East, Dr. Lisby grew up in Noblesville, Indiana. He graduated from Wabash College in 1984, completed his medical school training at Indiana University in 1989, and completed his residency training in family medicine at St. Vincent Hospital (Indianapolis) in 1992. He left private practice in 2001 to join the faculty at Community, and in 2004 completed a Faculty Development Fellowship at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Dr. Lisby’s clinical interests include the full spectrum of primary care, including obstetrics and office-based procedures. His educational interests include process improvement, information technology and practice management. He is currently involved in the development and implementation of a fully-integrated electronic health record for Community Health Network.
He lives with his wife and their three sons in the suburbs of Indianapolis, where they are all involved with their local church and a variety of youth sports.
Rachel Shockley, DO
Dr. Shockley was born and raised near Brazil, Indiana. She received her undergraduate degree in chemistry from DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. She received her medical education from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri. She completed her family medicine residency at Community Health Network in Indianapolis.
Dr. Shockley and her husband, Randy, reside in Carmel. Her hobbies include gardening, traveling, reading and playing the piano.
Aria Arrizabalaga, MD
Family medicine faculty
Dr. Arrizabalaga grew up in the San Francisco Bay area, and then moved to the east coast to attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she studied mechanical engineering. She stayed in Boston for her medical education at Harvard and then moved back to the west coast for her residency at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center in Martinez, California. Prior to joining Community Health Network, Dr. Arrizabalaga spent six years in student health at Washington State University. Her areas of interest include adolescent medicine, asthma and mental health.
She lives in Zionsville with her husband and two children, and enjoys cycling and photography.
Abby Beall, MD, FACOG
Shadeland Family Care Center
Dr. Beall grew up on the east side of Indianapolis. She received her undergraduate degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio and her medical degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. She completed her internship and residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Reading Hospital and Medical Center in Reading, Pennsylvania. Dr. Beall started working with the residency program in 2006 and became full-time faculty in 2010. She speaks limited Spanish.
Dr. Beall is very fond of animals, in particular horses, cats, and manta rays. She enjoys horseback riding, snorkeling, and cheering for the Indianapolis Colts. She also enjoys traveling and has visited England, France, Germany, Italy, Egypt, China, and the Caribbean. Dr. Beall’s other love is art. She is especially fond of the Pre-Raphaelite artists and author/illustrator/artist Wesley Dennis.
Michael DaRosa, DO
Sports medicine faculty
Dr. DaRosa was born and raised in Lockport, Illinois. He played soccer and earned his bachelor's degree at Carthage College. He graduated from Des Moines College of Osteopathic Medicine with his wife, Sara Diaz, DO. Together they completed their family medicine residency at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver, Colorado. Dr. DaRosa completed his sports medicine fellowship at Indiana University where he worked with athletes from IUPUI, Purdue and the Indianapolis Colts.
He enjoys taking care of non-surgical musculoskeletal injuries and is passionate about getting patients and athletes of all ages, sizes and levels back to the activities they love. Dr. DaRosa offers a holistic and integrative approach to patients and offers traditional sports medicine treatment modalities as well as osteopathic manipulative therapy (OMT), prolotherapy (regenerative injection therapy) for chronic sprains and strains, and ultrasound guided injections.
In his free time, Dr. DaRosa enjoys spending time and traveling with his wife. He also enjoys soccer, disc golf, singing and playing the guitar.
Rita Devnani, MD
Dr. Devnani was born and raised in Bombay, India. She received both her undergraduate and graduate degree at the University of Bombay in India. She underwent a two-year post-graduate training in pediatrics and received a diploma in child health.
She completed her residency training in pediatrics, passed her written boards in pediatrics to receive her permanent certification, and added a one year fellowship in allergy and immunology at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Since 1987, Dr. Devnani has been a licensed physician and surgeon in the state of Indiana.
Dr. Devnani is married to Dr. Suresh Devnani. The couple has two children and resides in Carmel, Indiana. In the spring of 2007, Drs. Devnani traveled to India to visit family and to volunteer at a medical camp in one of the poorest parts of the city of Mumbai.
Clifton Knight, MD
Chief medical officer, Community Health Network
Dr. Knight was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. He received his undergraduate degree in medical technology from Ball State University. His medical degree is from the Indiana University School of Medicine, and he completed his residency training in family medicine at Community Health Network. He has been a full-time faculty member of the Community family medicine residency program since 1992. Dr. Knight served as program director of the residency from 2001 to 2007. His peers honored him as the Family Medicine Teacher of the Year in 2004.
Prior to joining the faculty of the family medicine Center, Dr. Knight was in private practice in Flora, Indiana. In 1995, he completed a Faculty Development Fellowship at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Dr. Knight is a past president of the Indiana Academy of Family Physicians and is currently active with its foundation board. He has also served on the Commission on Membership and Member Services for the American Academy of Family Physicians. He was part of a delegation to Vietnam, sponsored by Physicians with Heart, to teach about family medicine. He has served on numerous hospital committees, including the Indiana Medicaid Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
Dr. Knight and his wife, Shelly, have three children and reside in McCordsville, Indiana. In his spare time, Dr. Knight enjoys bird watching, golfing, going to the beach and spending time with family and friends.
What I like about our residency: "Our residency focuses on preparing you for your career and life as a family physician. We strive to help you become successful as a physician and as a person."
Michael Leins, DO
Family medicine faculty
Dr. Leins was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and grew up in the Overland Park area of Kansas. He received his bachelor of science degree from Rockhurst University and his medical degree from Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed the Community Health Network family medicine residency, serving as resident representative to the Christian Medical and Dental Association in his second year and as chief resident prior to joining the faculty in 2011. With special interest in musculoskeletal medicine, Dr. Leins has partnered with the Community faculty to advance residents' training through co-development of a musculoskeletal curriculum and the osteopathic clinic.
Dr. Leins lives in Broad Ripple with his wife, Dr. Darla Leins, and their Siberian husky, Golden. He enjoys oil painting, skateboarding and yoga.
Nahid Marsden, MD
Shadeland Family Care Center
As a busy mom of two young children, Dr. Marsden understands the needs of today's woman. She is a board-certified OB/GYN who has recently moved to the Indianapolis area. Dr. Marsden received her medical degree from Southern Illinois University and did her OB/GYN residency training at the University of Cincinnati. She has a special interest in adolescent gynecology and obstetrics, but enjoys all aspects of her specialty. Dr. Marsden also speaks Spanish and would love to expand her Latina patient population.
In her spare time, Dr. Marsden enjoys playing with her children, reading and traveling.
Stephanie Nader, MSW
Stephanie is part of the behavioral faculty for the residency program. She grew up in Bloomington, Indiana and received her undergraduate degree in social work from Indiana University in 2002. Stephanie then moved to St. Louis and received her masters in social work from Washington University in December of 2003. Her concentration was in family mental health and after graduation she spent a year working for child protection services in London, England. After returning to the United States, Stephanie went on to work as a home based therapist, working primarily with children and families. She also spent time working as an outpatient therapist at a community mental health center where she worked with individuals, families and groups. She has been with the residency program since July 2007 and enjoys working with the residents and seeing patients in the office.
Stephanie enjoys traveling, going to concerts, going to the theatre and watching the Colts! She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Emily Papineau, Pharm.D., BCPS
Emily Papineau graduated with her doctor of pharmacy degree from Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. She went on to complete a pharmacy practice residency at St. Vincent Hospital and Health Services in Indianapolis and then a specialty residency in primary care at Community Health Network. Dr. Papineau is currently an assistant professor of pharmacy practice for Butler University and is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist. She is also the clinical pharmacy specialist for the Community Group Family Medicine Center, where she works closely with the family medicine residency program, precepts pharmacy clerkship students, and offers a variety of pharmacy services, including a pharmacotherapy clinic.
In her free time, Emily enjoys singing solos in her church choir and trying new recipes at home!
Tina Burch, R.N.
Tina is the program administrator for the Family Medicine Residecy Progam. Born and raised in Indianapolis, she graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor's degree in nursing and has worked at Community since 1985. Her varied background includes floor nursing, management of an inpatient neurology/neurosurgical unit and administration.
Tina lives on the south side of Indianapolis with her children, Carrie, Julia and Patrick.
Laura DuBach, MSW, LSW
Laura was born in Rockford, Illinois, but has spent most of her life in Indianapolis. She attended Indiana University Bloomington and received her undergraduate degree in social work. Laura then moved back to Indianapolis and received her master's in social work from IUPUI. During her concentration year, Laura completed an internship at the residency program and grew to love seeing patients in a health setting and having the opportunity to collaborate with medical professionals. In the summer following her graduation in 2011, Laura became employed as the residency’s full-time social worker and enjoys working as part of a team to ensure that patients receive the best possible care.
Laura enjoys socializing with family and friends, spending time outdoors, and pampering her dogs.
Kenae' Jumper, MSN, APRN-BC
Kenae' was born and raised in Gary, Indiana. She attended Indiana University and graduated in 2001 with a bachelor of science degree in nursing. Kenae' worked for several years as a labor and delivery RN. In 2007, she graduated from IU with a master’s of science as a family nurse practitioner and has been with the residency program since then. She also serves at IU as adjunct faculty in the graduate nurse practitioner program. She has experience and special interest in drug and alcohol addictions and recovery.
In her spare time, Kenae' enjoys spending time with her family and reading.
Scott was born and raised in Kokomo, Indiana. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Indiana Wesleyan University and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in adult and community education from Ball State University. Prior to joining Community Health Network he was a practice manager for a family practice in Wabash, Indiana and also managed a veterinary hospital for 10 years. Scott is currently the manager of the Family Medicine Center and the Shadeland Family Care Center.
Scott still resides in Kokomo and has one son named Ryan. He enjoys basketball, biking and roller coasters.
Desiree was born and raised in Indianapolis. She graduated from IUPUI with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and has been with Community Health Network since 2004 in various positions. Prior to becoming the residency coordinator, she held positions in guest relations and human resources.
Desiree resides in Indianapolis with her husband and son. She enjoys spending time with her family, cooking and sports activities.