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Dr. Brenda Kuhn has been named Chief Quality Officer for Kettering Health Network. She is responsible for providing strategic leadership for and oversight of the network's quality initiatives, and all accreditation, certification and regulatory processes.

Kuhn previously served as the network’s Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President of Patient Care for Soin Medical Center and Greene Memorial Hospital.

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Kuhn graduated from Kettering College with an associate’s degree in nursing. After earning her bachelor’s in nursing from Wright State University, she obtained a master’s degree in community health and nursing education from Wright State and a master’s degree in health care administration from Central Michigan University. She holds a PhD in public administration from the University of Southern California.

Narisimhan joins practice

Bharati Narasimhan has joined the practice of Premier Health Care of Lebanon. Dr. Narasimhan received her medical degree in Calcutta, India. She completed an internship in pediatrics at Evanston St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, Illinois and did a family practice residency at Mayo Family Practice Program in Lacrosse, Wisconsin.

Dr. Narasimhan will be seeing patients at the Premier HealthNet practice, which is located at 990 Belvedere Drive, Suite A.

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Nagasawa joins institute

Glen Nagasawa has joined the Clinical Neuroscience Institute (CNSI). Dr. Nagasawa is a general neurologist. He received his medical degree from the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico and completed a general neurology residency from State University of New York at Buffalo.

The Clinical Neuroscience Institute is a leading comprehensive, multidisciplinary neuroscience program that provides total neurological care for patients and families in southwest Ohio. CNSI offers diagnosis, treatment and care of conditions that affect one’s nervous system, brain and spine. These conditions and treatments include Alzheimer’s, back pain, brain and spine tumors, brain aneurysm, dementia, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, headache, Parkinson’s disease and stroke.

The Clinical Neuroscience Institute is part of Premier Health Specialists and includes locations in Dayton, Centerville, Englewood and Middletown. To schedule an appointment, call toll free 1-844-277-2894.

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O’Neill joins Rotary

Celine O'Neill joined the Dayton Rotary Club on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016. O'Neill is the Executive Director of the Brunner Literacy Center and a resident of Kettering.

Owens name director of Fairborn chamber

The Fairborn Area Chamber of Commerce has named Matt Owen, the former head of the Preble County Chamber, as its new Executive Director effective Monday, Nov. 14, 2016.

Owen has served as Executive Director of the Preble County Chamber of Commerce for the past five years where he played an integral role in strengthening the Preble County Economic Development Partnership and bringing valuable new benefits to local businesses. Most recently he directed the creation of Preble County’s first Leadership Program.

Owen has a vast connection with instrumental organizations throughout southwestern Ohio with board memberships on the Southern Ohio Chamber Alliance, Dayton LEAD, County Corp and the Alliance of Ohio Chambers.

His educational background includes a BS degree from Liberty University and a specialization in electronics with the United States Navy.

Vincent named CNO at Kettering

Dr. Julie Vincent has been named Chief Nursing Officer for Kettering Health Network. She also serves as Vice President of Patient Care at Sycamore Medical Center and Kettering Behavioral Medicine Center.

Vincent received associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing from Southern Adventist University in Tenn. She also earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Southern Adventist University and completed her Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree from the University of Central Florida.

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