Lisa Collins, R.N., MSN
CEO, Community Home Health
Since July 1998, Lisa Collins has served in several positions with Community Home Health, most recently as chief clinical and operations officer providing oversight to home care, hospice, home medical equipment and home infusion. Following the retirement of Jessie Westlund in December 2014, Lisa became chief operating officer of Community Home Health, Indiana’s leading home health care provider.
Lisa is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Nursing and obtained a Master of Science in Nursing from Walden University.
A resident of Sheridan, Lisa is married and has five children and 10 grandchildren. Outside of work she enjoys gardening, antiques and fishing.
Dale Theobald, Ph.D., M.D.
Senior medical director, Community Home Health
Senior medical director, Life's Journey: Choice in Care
Director, Symptom Management Group
Director, Community Touchpoint
Dr. Dale Theobald is the senior medical director for Community Home Health and Life’s Journey: Choices in Care. He also serves as the director of the Symptom Management Group and Community Touchpoint. Dr. Theobald is board certified in psychiatry, addictions, and hospice and palliative medicine. He has worked extensively in symptom management and end-of-life care settings, with more than twenty years of experience in caring for patients with terminal illnesses. He also holds a doctorate degree in clinical psychology and has published many articles on symptom assessment and management. His primary research interest is in telemedicine applications to symptom assessment and management in chronically ill populations.
Dr. Theobald oversees all hospice patient care. Whether the patient is an inpatient within Community Health Network, at a private residence, an assisted living resident, or living in a contracted extended care facility, his holistic approach toward patient care helps improve the quality of life for our patients. Dr. Theobald hopes to reduce the barriers to hospice care through strengthening the partnership between hospice staff, patients, their primary care physicians and their caregivers.
Waqas Ghumman, M.D., FACC
Associate medical director, cardiovascular services
As the associate medical director for cardiovascular services, Dr. Ghumman assists staff with the care of heart failure patients in the home. In addition, he works closely with the telehealth home care program, providing education to all staff and assisting with policy development and review.
Dr. Ghumman is an invasive cardiologist specializing in congestive heart failure and cardiac imaging. He received his medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Ghumman later served as associate professor of clinical medicine for the Indiana University School of Medicine, earning the Charles Fisch Teacher of the Year for Cardiology recognition, and twice earning the Board of Trustees Teaching Award. Dr. Ghumman is board certified in internal medicine and cardiology.
He is a member of the American College of Cardiology, American Medical Association, International Society of Heart Lung Transplant and the Heart Failure Society of America.
Thomas Ledyard, M.D.
Associate medical director, hospice
Associate medical director, Life's Journey: Choices in Care
Medical director, community benefit
Dr. Thomas Ledyard is the associate medical director of Life’s Journey: Choices in Care. In this role, Dr. Ledyard supports the inpatient team of Life’s Journey while coordinating care with the patient’s physician throughout the continuum of care. He also assists with Life’s Journey at Home patients. Tom serves as medical director for community nursing and rehabilitation at Rosewalk Village and community benefit at Community Health Network, and is former medical director of the Jane Pauley Community Health Center.
In May 2014, Dr. Ledyard became a fellow of the Charles Warren Fairbanks Center for Medical Ethics at Indiana University Health. The nine-month fellowship trains health care professionals in clinical ethics, including ethics consultation, hospital ethics committee work and ethics research. Dr. Ledyard is Community’s only physician to seek this training and will bring a new perspective to the ethics committee and colleagues facing ethical challenges in patient care.
Tom was raised in a large family in northwest Indiana. He received his bachelor degree at Indiana University and his medical degree at Michigan State University. He completed his residency at Community Hospitals in 1997. The strong influences of his family, education and mentors lead him to the path of working with the underserved in Indianapolis, Kenya and most recently at a community health center in Gary, Indiana. He returned to the residency program after 11 years to share his experiences and to continue to grow with the residents and faculty.
Tom's wife, Robin, is a physician executive at Community Health Network. His daughter, Hannah, is at San Diego State studying theater, and daughter Jessica is a student at University High School.