Family Medicine Residency Faculty
Meet the program directors, faculty instructors and staff for the Community Hospital East Family Medicine Residency program.
Maurice Henein, MD
Program Director, East Family Medicine Residency
Dr. Henein joined the faculty at Community East Family Medicine to lead the underserved care track of our residency at the Jane Pauley Community Health Center on Shadeland Avenue in 2016. His passions for mentoring, advocacy for medically underserved populations, and global health remain strong. Dr. Henein was named Program Director in January 2017.
Dr. Henein is originally from Maryland. He graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine and then headed to the Midwest to complete his family medicine residency at the University of Cincinnati. He stayed on for a faculty development fellowship focused on underserved care. He moved to Indianapolis and worked for five years at a faith-based inner city FQHC providing inpatient, outpatient and maternity care.
In 2009, Dr. Henein pursued his interest in training residents and taught for six years at a local residency program where he developed and led a global health curriculum that involved local outreach to refugee populations and international medicine electives.
He lives near downtown Indianapolis with his wife and three children. He enjoys playing golf and guitar in his free time.
Jesse Clark, DO
Dr. Clark is from Terre Haute, Indiana. Her undergraduate education was done at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana where she received degrees in both English and biology. She attended medical school at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri. While in Kirksville, she took a year off of medical school to complete a Medical Education Fellowship. She then completed her family medicine residency at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. Her clinical interests include obstetric care in addition to outpatient family medicine. Dr. Clark completed a faculty development fellowship at the University of North Carolina in 2015-2016.
Dr. Clark and her husband, Neil, live in the Irvington neighborhood of Indianapolis with their three dogs. She enjoys scrapbooking, traveling and trying new foods.
Dan Fisher, MD
Medical Director, Family Medicine Center
Dr. Fisher grew up in Lowell, Indiana. He majored in chemistry at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana. He received his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Fisher graduated from our program in 2013 and was a chief resident while in training. He is the medical director of the Family Medicine Center at our 10th Street office. He has a strong interest in improving provider efficiency and communication skills. Dr. Fisher completed a faculty development fellowship at the University of North Carolina in 2014-2015.
In his free time, Dr. Fisher enjoys being with family, traveling and woodworking.
Cynthia Meneghini, MD
Underserved Track Director
Dr. Meneghini is originally from New Jersey. She graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine, then attended residency at MacNeal Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program in Berwyn, Illinois. She also completed a year-long fellowship in women’s health at the same institution. Dr. Meneghini worked in Chicago caring for the underserved, serving as a physician at a local high school health center, and teaching resident physicians and medical students. She then moved to Indianapolis to join the faculty of a large urban residency program. Besides teaching, Dr. Meneghini has spent several years at an FQHC site in Connecticut. There, she saw patients and helped oversee a nurse practitioner residency program.
As the lead for the underserved care track, Dr. Meneghini has a passion for educating our next generation of physicians. She loves patients of all ages, but has a special fondness for women and children. She has special training in the area of contraception, procedures, gynecology, newborn/childhood health and chronic illness.
In her free time, her family is her other passion. She has three amazing kids and a wonderful husband, also a family physician. She loves music, being active and enjoying the outdoors.
Aria Arrizabalaga, MD
Dr. Arrizabalaga is originally from San Francisco. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and then studied medicine at Harvard. She did her residency at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center in Martinez, California. Prior to joining Community Health Network, Dr. Arrizabalaga gained experience in student health at Washington State University, urgent care in Idaho and a community health center in California. She founded the residency’s Global Health elective in Honduras and has a deep interest in health equity and cultural diversity. Clinically, she is passionate about teaching residents and patients, with a focus on chronic disease management including diabetes, asthma and mental health.
She spends as much time as possible outdoors, enjoying cycling, kayaking, hiking and occasional cross-country skiing whenever there is a plausible amount of snow.
Melody Jordahl-Iafrato, MD
Dr. Jordahl-Iafrato graduated from the University of Arizona College of Medicine. She grew up in rural Arizona and then attended Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. Following medical school, she completed residency at Banner Good Samaritan in Phoenix, Arizona, spending an additional year there while completing a faculty development fellowship and serving as junior faculty. She then moved to rural Arizona, working first on the Hopi Reservation and then in the mountain town of Show Low. After deciding to return to her love of teaching, she spent almost six years working at the University of Arizona College of Medicine at South Campus Family Medicine Residency, serving as faculty and then program director. She has been involved with organized medicine at both the state and national level, most recently serving as chair of the AAFP Commission on Continuing Professional Development. Her professional interests include women’s health and rural health.
She lives in Broad Ripple with her husband and their two dogs, Molly and Laney. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, and learning about the local food scene.
Mark Lisby, MD
Born at Community Hospital East, Dr. Lisby grew up in Noblesville, Indiana. He graduated from Wabash College, completed his medical school training at Indiana University, and completed his residency training in family medicine at St. Vincent Hospital (Indianapolis). After nine years in private practice, he joined the faculty at Community in 2001, 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. He also serves as a co-director for the Network’s Hospital Medicine Fellowship. His educational interests include process improvement, information technology and practice management.
He lives with his wife and their three sons in the suburbs of Indianapolis. His interests include reading, acrylic and watercolor painting, and genealogy.
Sagi Mathew, MD
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.
Holly Wheeler, DO
Dr. Wheeler grew up in Eminence, Indiana - a small town where she graduated with 29 others from high school. She then attended Indiana State University in Terre Haute and received a BA in English and MS in Life Science. She attended medical school at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, PA. Throughout her time there and at ISU as part of the Rural Health Program, she knew family medicine was the place for her. She loved all of her first six rotations as a medical student and realized that family medicine was the best place for her to get to know her patients and get deeply involved in their care and education.
Dr. Wheeler spends time outside of work with her husband and their dog and cat, entertaining friends and family, reading as much fiction as possible, and baking goodies.
Louis Winternheimer, MD
Dr. Winternheimer has a wealth of experience in the realm of underserved and community medicine having served as a full-spectrum family physician at urban health centers and hospitals in Chicago (Lawndale Christian Health Center) and Indianapolis (Raphael Health Center). In 2005, he was awarded the Indiana Academy of Family Physicians "Distinguished Public Service Award." He has extensive experience working with students and residents over his career and brings additional outpatient precepting skills to our team.
He sees patients at the Jane Pauley Community Health Center along with other faculty and residents who are part of our underserved care track. He precepts residents at both outpatient offices.
Casandra Cashman, MD
Women's Health Faculty
Obstetrics Track Director
A native of Kentucky, Dr. Cashman received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Wells College, a women's college in upstate New York. Her doctor of medicine degree was earned at the University of Louisville, and she completed residency with a women's health area of concentration at Halifax Medical Center, a community hospital in Daytona Beach, Florida. She then joined the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at University of Michigan as a women's health fellow, there also serving as a faculty member in the department of family medicine. In Michigan, she was a participant in the faculty development institute and a visiting professor of family medicine to Shizuoka, Japan.
Her clinical interests include contraception, colposcopy, LEEP, miscarriage management, family planning, vulvar disease, maternal-child health, non-operative obstetrics, and reproductive health. Dr. Cashman is also the medical director for the Center of Hope forensic nursing program, serving victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.
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.
Jacklyn Kiefer, DO
Sports Medicine Faculty
Dr. Kiefer is originally from Brazil, Indiana and attended the University of Notre Dame as an undergraduate. She completed medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Her residency training in family medicine was completed at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in South Bend and was followed by a fellowship in primary care sports medicine at ProMedica Toledo Hospital. After completing fellowship, Dr. Kiefer stayed on in Toledo in a combined role at the ProMedica Toledo Hospital Family Medicine Residency - serving as the Osteopathic Program director - and at the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship where she was an associate director. She was a team physician for the University of Toledo (NCAA Division 1) for nine years.
Dr. Kiefer is primarily located at the Community South Osteopathic Family Medicine Residency, but she also oversees a sports medicine clinic at Community East Family Medicine Residency and mentors those residents. In addition, she provides sideline coverage for Indianapolis area high schools and professional teams. Professionally, she enjoys all things sports medicine - including regular use of musculoskeletal ultrasound for diagnostics and injections and osteopathic manipulative treatment.
Dr. Kiefer lives in downtown Indianapolis in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood. She is excited to have moved closer to family - especially her baby niece. Her passions include international travel, SCUBA diving, fitness, reading fiction and Notre Dame athletics.
Judith Robinson, MD
Dr. Robinson is originally from Chicago and attended the University of Illinois Medical School. She came to Indianapolis for her Ob/Gyn residency training at Methodist Hospital. This was followed by a very busy private practice she started on the northwest side of Indianapolis. Dr. Robinson was in private practice for 19 years, and then was employed by IU Health as an Ob/Gyn hospitalist at Methodist Hospital. During this time, she held various administrative positions including medical director for Methodist Labor and Delivery as well as section chairman for Ob/Gyn at Methodist. Dr. Robinson has always been involved in residency education (both Ob/Gyn and family medicine) and tremendously enjoys teaching. She has been with Community Health Network since November 2013 and absolutely loves it! She says that the ultimate focus on patient care is so reassuring and comforting.
Kasey Windnagel, PsyD, HSPP
Dr. Windnagel is originally from Cleveland, Ohio. She received her bachelor's degree in neuroscience from the University of Virginia before earning her doctorate degree in clinical psychology from the University of Indianapolis. Dr. Windnagel is passionate about integrating behavioral health services in primary care settings and working with undeserved and marginalized populations, particularly individuals who identify as LGBTQ+. Dr. Windnagel completed her psychology internship at the Alaska Family Medicine Residency and her post-doctoral fellowship in Primary Care Mental Health Integration at the VA St. Louis Health Care System.
In her free time, Dr. Windnagel enjoys hiking, cross-stitching and exploring parks with her rescue dog, Gus.
Jennifer Collins, PharmD, BCACP
Dr. Jennifer Collins received her doctorate of pharmacy degree from Butler University. Dr. Collins completed her PGY-1 residency at the Indianapolis VA Medical Center and her PGY-2 Ambulatory Care/Academia residency at the Indianapolis VA and Butler University. She has a strong passion for teaching, patient education and improving patient outcomes and therefore sought out the position of clinical pharmacy specialist at Community South Osteopathic Family Medicine residency program, where she has practiced since 2015. She has a collaborative drug practice agreement at the residency clinic, which allows her to assist the medical residents in managing their patients with chronic disease states. She also provides education and support to the office and medical residents as well as to pharmacy students and residents.
In her spare time, Dr. Collins loves spending time with her husband, family and friends, traveling (especially to Europe), reading, and playing with her two dogs, Cici and Rosie.
Tracy Costello, PharmD, BCPS
Tracy Costello, PharmD, BCPS, graduated from Butler University with a doctor of pharmacy degree in 2008. She completed a PGY1 residency in pharmacy practice, as well as a PGY2 residency in pharmacotherapy, at Community Health Network/Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. She is currently employed by Butler University as an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and is the clinic pharmacy specialist at Community Hospital East with the Inpatient Family Medicine Service. Tracy works closely with the Family Medicine Residency offering a variety of inpatient pharmacy services, precepts pharmacy students and residents, and is the program director for a PGY2 pharmacotherapy residency program.
In her free time, Tracy enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, and cheering on the Butler University men’s basketball team.
JoEllen Redshaw, PharmD, BCACP
Dr. Redshaw is originally from Ada, Ohio and earned her doctor of pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University. She completed pharmacy residency training in a physician group practice in Lima, Ohio. She has worked for Community Health Network since 2001, primarily in inpatient services and then returned to her passion of outpatient care in 2013. She enjoys working closely with office providers, medical residents, pharmacy residents and students. She has a collaborative practice agreement with physicians that allows her to manage chronic disease states. Her special interest is in helping patients with social and economic barriers meet their healthcare goals.
In her spare time, Dr. Redshaw enjoys exercising, spending time with family and cheering for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Jeana was born and raised in Shelbyville, Indiana and attended Indiana State University where she graduated with a bachelor’s of science degree in health promotions. She began working with Community Health Network in 2007, holding various positions, before joining the residency in 2012. Prior to becoming the residency coordinator, she held positions as administrative secretary and patient access specialist.
Jeana still resides in Shelbyville with her husband and two boys. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, outdoor activities, and beach vacations.