Touchpoint HATS Team
Meet the HATS Team
Syeda Naqvi, MD
Dr. Naqvi 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.
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.
Georges El Hoyek, MD
Georges El Hoyek, MD, received his doctorate degree from Lebanese University School of Medicine. He completed an internal medicine residency at St. George Medical Center, a family medicine internship/residency at University of North Dakota, and a geriatric fellowship at University of Nevada School of Medicine. He is a certified medical director and most recently served as a hospitalist at Trinity Hospital.
He is a member of AMA, AGS, AMDA, AAFP, and Alpha Omega Alpha. He has a special interest in geriatric syndromes (frailty, fall, gait impairment), dementia/delirium/depression and geriatric acute/post-acute/long term care. He also has an interest in development and implementation of geriatric models of care.
He enjoys skiing, golfing, tennis and travel.
Molly Campbell, RN, MSN, AGPCNP-BC
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.
Anne W. Harless, NP
Anne received both her bachelor of science and masters of science degree in nursing from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in 2011 and 2016 respectively, with a concentration in both adult and geriatric primary care. Prior to joining the Touchpoint team, Anne worked in the Medical and Surgical Intensive Care Units at Community Heart and Vascular Hospital (CHVH) for nine years. Prior to that she worked in the Progressive Care Unit at CHVH for two years.
She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, Golden Key International Honour Society, Coalition of Advanced Nurse Practitioners of Indiana, and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Anne is excited to continue working at Community Health Network in her new role of providing quality and supportive care to the older adult population. She seeks to focus on geriatric preventive medicine, patients with cognitive impairment and/or dementia, caregiver education and support to improve health outcomes for her patients.
Anne lives in Pendleton with her husband and son. She enjoys traveling, reading, movies, swimming and spending time with family.
Katie Bennett, LCSW
Katie is a licensed, clinical social worker. She obtained her master’s degree from Indiana University and has worked for the past decade in the fields of mental health and medical social work. She loves working with this population, and is excited to join the HATS team and serve our patients and their families.
In her spare time, she looks forward to running the Indianapolis Mini-Marathon every year and spending time with her wonderful husband and their rescued pup.
Kelly Hoffman, MSW, LCSW
Kelly is a master’s level social worker who earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Ball State University. She received her masters of social work through Indiana University in 2013. Kelly started her career as a psychiatric social worker at Community Hospital North where she enjoyed working with geriatric patients on the Seasons behavioral care unit. Kelly joined Touchpoint Senior Living in 2015 to expand her career and passion for working with older adults.
Kelly lives in Fishers with her family. She enjoys traveling, walking the dog, music, and spending time with family and friends.
Todd Wagoner, MSW, LSW
Todd is a master’s level clinical social worker with over 25 years of healthcare experience in hospital discharge planning and, most recently, serving as geriatric social worker for the Touchpoint Healthy Aging Transition Services. Todd's primary responsibilities are to facilitate neurocognitive psychological testing for individuals with cognitive impairments, provide clinical counseling to address depression and anxiety in older adults, and address caregiver needs through individual and group counseling.
Todd also serves as adjunct professor for the Department of Social Work at Taylor University (Upland, IN). He speaks regularly to both formal and informal groups on subjects such as dementia, caregiver stress and aging as it relates to mood disorders, while serving on Taylor University’s Department of Social Work Community Advisory Board.
On a personal note, Todd has a voracious appetite for reading and is honored to be given this mission of serving individuals and families who are met by the challenge of experiencing both cognitive and mood disorders during the aging process.
Amanda Worcester, BSW
Amanda Worcester is the Care Coordinator at Touchpoint Healthy Aging Transition Services (HATS). In January of 2017, Amanda joined the Touchpoint team as a social work intern; in May, she became a full-time member. She earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Taylor University, graduating magna cum laude. She is delighted to be a part of an interdisciplinary team focused on providing holistic care to older adults.
Amanda recently relocated to Fishers. Her list of favorite things includes movies, books, blankets, and muffins.
Rachel Mantooth, RN
Rachel is an associate’s level registered nurse who earned her nursing degree through Ivy Technical College in 2000. Rachel began her nursing career at Community Hospital North on Medical/Renal/Oncology as a bedside nurse. In 2007, she joined the inpatient Case Management team at CHN. Nine years later, in 2016, she joined the Touchpoint HATS team.
Rachel and her husband, Dean live in Indianapolis. They enjoy spending time with their dogs and weekends at the lake.
Melissa House, CMA
Melissa is a certified medical assistant who graduated from Harrison College with an associate of applied science degree. She began her career with Community Health Network in 2011 as a patient service representative in a pediatrician's office. Prior to joining the Touchpoint HATS team, Melissa worked in the research department at Community Hospital Anderson as a certified medical assistant/clinical research coordinator.
Melissa resides in Anderson with her husband and three children. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling with her family, working out and attending sporting events.
La'Shawn Williams, CMA
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.
Jeri Wilson, operations supervisor
Jeri has been employed with Community Health Network for almost 20 years. She has held many different roles with the network in family and specialty practice office settings, including front office and office manager positions. She also worked with the Central Billing Office and was a revenue cycle liaison. She joined Touchpoint as the operations supervisor in October of 2016 and is excited to be a part of the Touchpoint team.
Jeri and her husband, Craig, have been married for almost 30 years and live in Anderson; they have two grown children. They are avid baseball fans and enjoy all sports, golfing and vacations at the beach.