Board of Directors

Composed of physicians and industry leaders from throughout the region, our Board represents many of our various stakeholders. Through regular meetings and community engagements, the members provide invaluable assistance in developing our goals and our vision.

Jeff Costello, MBA

Chief Financial Officer

Beacon Health System

Jeffrey P. Costello is the Chief Financial Officer of Beacon Health System.   Mr. Costello earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame and a master’s degree in business administration from Indiana University.

Sarah Ann Fite

Director of Strategic Development

Allied Physicians of Michiana

Sarah Fite works within one of the nation’s most challenged industries, healthcare. Currently Sarah works as the Director of Strategic Development for Allied Physicians of Michiana. Her role includes facilitating the organization’s strategic plan, payer contracting, quality programs, best practice facilitation and other miscellaneous projects. Previously Sarah worked for HealthLinc, a network of community health centers and was responsible for executing the organization’s strategic plan, marketing and grant management. Prior to HealthLinc Sarah worked for one of Michiana’s largest employers, Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center. Among Sarah’s multiple positions at the organization she was instrumental in the development of Saint Joseph’s $355 Million dollar Mishawaka facility, managing over $6.5 million dollars worth of products and infrastructure. Her role included anything from vendor and bid selections, architectural design and product analysis, contract reviews and implementation and move planning. Combined these roles account for nearly 15 years of health administration experience.

Sarah completed her Bachelors of Science in Biology at Saint Mary’s College in 2002. She worked as a crisis pregnancy counselor at the Women’s Care Center prior to entering and completing a Masters of Health Administration at The Ohio State University in 2005. After graduation, Sarah completed a Fellowship program in Health Administration with Trinity Health, leading to her position and experience at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center. In 2009 Sarah participated and graduated from the South Bend/Mishawaka Leadership Program. Aside from her professional life, Sarah has volunteered on several local committees including the Youth Services Bureau board. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys spending time outdoors, especially at local wineries, and loves and adores having quality time with her husband and two young children.

Derrick M. Forchetti, M.D.

Chief Medical Information Officer

The Medical Foundation

Dr. Derrick Forchetti is an alumnus of Indiana University Medical School in Indianapolis, where he received his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1997. He completed a residency in Pathology at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana where he was board certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology in July 2002. Dr. Forchetti joined The Medical Foundation in 2002.

Mark Fox, MD, PhD, MPH

Associate Dean and Center Director; Deputy Health Officer for St. Joseph County

IU School of Medicine

Mark D. Fox Is the Associate Dean and Director of the Indiana University School of Medicine – South Bend, where he is also a Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics. Dr. Fox also holds appointments as a Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame and as Adjunct Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI.

A physician and ethicist, Dr. Fox earned his MD/PhD (Religion, Ethics, and Society) at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Fox completed residency training in the combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics residency program at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in New York. Following residency, Dr. Fox completed fellowship training in cardiovascular epidemiology and preventive cardiology and also earned his Master of Public Health at the University of Rochester.

Dr. Fox has a long-standing interest in health care for vulnerable populations. While in Tulsa, he established the Heart Improvement Project, a comprehensive cardiovascular risk reduction program serving uninsured patients with increased cardiovascular risk. In addition, he developed the Street Outreach Clinic, in conjunction with Youth Services of Tulsa, serving sheltered and homeless youth.
Dr. Fox previously held the Julian Rothbaum Chair in Community Health Research at the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine in Tulsa, where he was the Associate Dean for Community Health and Research Development.

Mark Kricheff, MD, MPH

Medical Director | Emergency Physician

MHIN | St. Joseph Regional Medical Center

Dr. Kricheff has been practicing emergency medicine full-time since 1994 and clinical informatics part-time since 1998.  Dr. Kricheff received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Film and Television from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a minor in computer science. He then completed a post-bachelor’s pre-med program at Hunter College-City University of New York. His M.D. degree was received from SUNY Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, New York. He completed his residency in emergency medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia in 1997 and became Board Certified in Emergency Medicine (ABEM) and a Fellow of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine in 1999. After residency he practiced in the Hollywood-Ft. Lauderdale, Florida area before moving to his wife’s home state of Indiana in 2003.  He received his MPH degree in Public Health Informatics from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2007 at which time he joined the clinical advisory team at the Michiana Health Information Network (MHIN). He was one of two Medical Directors of Clinical Informatics at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center (South Bend-Mishawaka, IN) during the enterprise-wide implementation of CPOE from 2007 to 2009. In 2011 Dr. Kricheff became medical director for MHIN.  In 2015 he became the  first local physician to achieve Board Certification in Clinical Informatics (ABPM). He is a member of the St. Joseph County Board of Health and is Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine and a Quality Healthcare Systems instructor at Indiana University School of Medicine.

Kelly Macken-Marble


South Bend Clinic

Kelly Macken-Marble is the CEO of The South Bend Clinic and ACO Executive for Michiana Accountable Care, LLC. Most recently, she served as the Vice President of Ambulatory Care, Population Health, and Virtual Care at CentraCare Health. She previously served as President of Population Health and Ambulatory Services at North Memorial Health Care, Vice President of Population Health and Ambulatory Services at HealthEast Care System, and Director of Clinic Operations at St. Luke’s in Duluth, Minnesota. Kelly is originally from Kalamazoo, Michigan where she started her career.

Kelly has a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management of Health Services. She is a member of Medical Group Management Association, the Minnesota and Indiana chapters of MGMA, ACHE, and serves a mentor for women leaders.

Lydia Mertz, MD

Health Officer

Elkhart County

Brian Moloney, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Select Health Network

Dr. Brian Moloney Named Select Health Network’s Medical Director

Ernest Hemingway described Paris as a moveable feast. Dr. Brian Moloney would agree with that. If not named Medical Director at Select Health Network, he and his wife, Susie, would have moved to the City of Light, happily exploring the art galleries and restaurants of the 6th arrondissement.

Instead, Dr. Moloney is looking forward to his new role, which follows a long and successful private practice.

Dr. Moloney completed his medical education at Georgetown University in 1976. After his residency at SJRMC in 1979, he was in private practice for 15 years. He continued his career at SJRMC.

His medical interests include patient education and helping clients comply with their treatment plan. Population health management is a recent area of interest.

He grew up in Chicago, the oldest of five children and knew in high school that he wanted to be a physician. But he was not a typical pre-med student, opting to study psychology, English and philosophy.

The blizzard of 78 remains a favorite memory of his residency. He said the residents had to run the hospital as the severe weather prevented attending physicians from making it in to work.

Dr. Moloney and his wife have three children, Megan, Kevin and Colin. Megan attended Indiana University while Kevin and Colin graduated from Purdue University. Both Megan and Kevin received their PhD’s from Georgia Tech. Dr. Moloney and Susie are the proud grandparents of three.

His hobbies include gardening and reading and traveling and his favorite sports team is GU Hoyas Basketball. Dr. Moloney was a founding father of Select Health Network in 1994 and has served on the board of directors and the credentialing committee from the very beginning.

And there’s always Paris… a favorite vacation spot.

Suhayl Nasr, MD

Medical Director

Memorial Epworth Hospital

Suhayl Joseph Nasr, M.D. is psychiatrist and owner of Nasr Psychiatric Services in Michigan City, Indiana. He is also the Chairman of Psychiatry at Memorial Hospital of South Bend and Psychiatry Medical Director of Beacon Health System in South Bend, Elkhart and LaPorte, Indiana. He is Volunteer Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Indiana University in South Bend. He is the college psychiatrist for the University of Notre Dame, St Mary’s and Valparaiso University.

Dr Nasr received his medical degree from the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. He completed his residency at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York including a Consultation-Liaison fellowship in Neurology. Dr Nasr is certified in General and Geriatric Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology where he also served as an examiner for over 20 years. Dr Nasr is the author or co-author of over 90 publications.

Dale Patterson, MD

Director, Family Medicine Residency Program

Beacon Health System

Dr. Patterson received his medical degree from Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine and completed his residency at Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program.

Michelle Peters

Vice President, Community Health and Wellbeing

Saint Joseph Health System

In her role as Vice President of Community Health and Well-Being, Peters leads, develops and oversees the outreach strategies and implementation of policy, system and environmental-change strategies in communities throughout our region. She will use resources and partnerships to focus on those who are poor and vulnerable and address the social factors of health.

Most recently, Peters served as the director of Community Health & Well-Being and director of Outreach Services for SJHS. She began at SJHS in 1983 as a nursing assistant, and later worked as volunteer coordinator/university liaison, service coordinator of Community Outreach and manager of Outreach Services. She has served on several community boards including Oaklawn Foundation, Goodwill Industries of Northern Indiana, Big Brothers Big Sisters St. Joseph County and Penn Harris Madison Education Foundation. She is also a founding member of Dr. Angie’s Dental Health Exchange and St. Joseph County Health Alliance.

Peters graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Indiana University of South Bend. She is currently completing her master’s degree in public affairs with a concentration in healthcare administration from Indiana University South Bend.

Joyce Simpson, MD


The Medical Foundation

Albert Tomchaney, MD, MS, MMM

Chief Medical Officer

Franciscan Alliance

Dr. Albert Thomchaney, Sr. Vice-President and Chief Medical Officer for Franciscan Alliance, focuses his professional work on population health, ACO, physician practice management, clinical outcomes, and quality and safety. He holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science from University of Notre Dame, earned his Doctorate of Medicine from Loyola Stritch School of Medicine, and a Masters of Medical Management from Carnegie Mellon University. He has professional memberships in AAFP, AMA, and AAPL.

Chad Towner, MBA

Chief Executive Officer

Saint Joseph Health System

Mark Warlick

Chief Information Officer

Beacon Health System

As the CIO of Beacon Health System, Mark guides organization-wide policies, troubleshooting, and implementations in information systems, telecommunications, health information management, and clinical engineering. He is a member of HIMSS and CHIME, holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems Management from Bethel College, and earned a Master of Business Administration from Bethel College. His team worked to achieve HIMSS level 6 certification for Memorial Hospital and Elkhart General Hospital.

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