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Community Health Network’s Karen Waninger honored with TechNation Professional of the Year Award

For release on November 02, 2011

Indianapolis, IN---Karen Waninger, director of clinical engineering at Community Health Network, was recently honored with the first annual TechNation Professional of the Year Award. The award from TechNation magazine honors professionals in the biomedical industry. Waninger was presented with the award during the 2011 MD Expo in Orlando, FL, on October 21.

“Karen is an outstanding leader in the biomedical industry, so it is only appropriate that she was chosen as the first recipient of this award,” said Mark Raker, vice president of general services at Community Health Network. “She has a tremendous passion for managing medical device repair service in the safest, most timely and cost-effective manner.”

Waninger is an active member of the Indiana Biomedical Society and currently is coordinator of the January 2012 annual conference. In addition, she is a member of the Technology Management Executive Council for the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI). She has served on numerous other boards and associations throughout her career.

About Community Health Network
Ranked among the nation’s most integrated healthcare systems, Community Health Network is Central Indiana’s leader in access to innovative and compassionate healthcare services, where and when patients need them—in hospitals, in convenient health pavilions and doctor’s offices, in the workplace, at schools, in the home and online. As a non-profit health system with multiple sites of care and affiliates throughout Indiana, Community’s full continuum of care integrates hundreds of physicians, acute care and specialty hospitals, surgery centers, physician offices, home care services, walk-in care centers and employer health services. To put the needs and the convenience of patients first, Community pioneers advanced treatments and world-class health information technologies, with a focus on ease of access to exceptional care.

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Lynda de Widt, Media Relations
Lynda de Widt
Media Relations