Executive Team

Jonathan Nalli

Jonathan S. Nalli

Chief Executive Officer, St. Vincent, Indiana

Senior Vice President, Ascension Health/Indiana Ministry Market Executive  

JONATHAN NALLI serves as Chief Executive Officer of St. Vincent, Indiana and Senior Vice President, Ascension Health/Indiana Ministry Market Executive.  St. Vincent is a 20-hospital system and one of the largest employers that serves central and southern Indiana.  Founded by the Daughters of Charity in 1881, the St. Vincent Health System is comprised of quaternary facilities, tertiary and critical access hospitals, specialty centers and a multi-specialty physician group. St. Vincent is a member of Ascension, the nation’s largest Catholic and not-for-profit health system, and a leader in medical excellence.

St. Vincent delivers high quality care in service areas such as cardiovascular, women’s health, pediatrics, neurosciences, cancer care, orthopedics, bariatrics and trauma.     St. Vincent is also the second largest teaching system in the state, training more than 170 residents and fellows annually. In 2015 St. Vincent was named one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems by Truven Health Analytics™, a provider of data-driven analytics and solutions aimed at improving the cost and quality of healthcare.

Mr. Nalli came to St. Vincent in 2014, after a 15-year career with Community Health Systems (CHS) where he served as an executive of multiple markets within the national health system.   Prior to joining St. Vincent, he served as CEO of a region in northwest Indiana, where he focused on the growth and development of a comprehensive physician network, and oversaw the development of new sites as well as significant capital construction and renovation projects.

Mr. Nalli was named to the Times of Northwest Indiana “20 Under 40” list in 2008. In 2014, he was honored as an “Up & Comer” by Modern Healthcare – the leader in healthcare business news, research and data. Honorees are recognized as the industry’s rising stars who have made significant contributions in the areas of healthcare administration, management or policy.  In addition, he was inducted into the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Hall of Fame.

Mr. Nalli graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelors of Health Sciences in Health Administration and earned his MBA from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  He currently serves on the following boards:

  • Advantage Health Solutions, Inc. (Board Member)
  • Drexel University (College of Medicine Advisory  Board Member)
  • Indiana Hospital Association  (Board Member)
  • Indiana Health Information Exchange (Board Member)
  • Indiana Chamber (Board Member)
  • Indianapolis Coalition for Patient Safety (Board Member)
  • Little Sisters of the Poor (Advisory Board Member)
  • Marian University (Board Member)
  • Suburban Health Organization (Board Member)
  • University of Kentucky (MHA Board of Advisors)
  • United Way of Central Indiana (Board Member)

He and his wife, Cathleen, reside in Zionsville with their three children, Jonathan, Delaney and Hadley.

Cheryl Harmon

Cheryl Harmon

System Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

St.Vincent Health

Harmon is an experienced healthcare operations and financial strategist who is skilled in financial management with an emphasis on revenue enhancement and business growth. Prior to joining St.Vincent in 2015, Harmon served as the Chief Financial Officer of Porter Health Care System, Valparaiso, Indiana, since 2006. During her time at Porter, Harmon helped significantly boost revenues through program growth, multiple acquisitions and partnerships, contract negotiations and improved revenue capture; reformed leadership culture to focus on growth, efficiency, and data driven decision making; secured more than 100 physician owners; and oversaw the successful completion of numerous clinical and financial system conversions. Harmon has spent her entire career in serving healthcare systems across the country including Wisconsin, Nevada and Illinois. Prior to joining Porter, Cheryl was Senior Vice President of the Central Illinois Region of Provena Health System, Mokena, Ill. Harmon earned her Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management from the University of Wisconsin and her Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin. She also earned designation as a Fellow of the Healthcare Financial Management Association. She is committed to community service, having served on the Valparaiso Parks Foundation and United Way of Porter County boards, and is a member of Kiwanis International. She is also active in the Indiana Hospital Association Council on Information Management and has been a member of the American Hospital Association, Operations/Audit Committee. Harmon is married and has three grown children living in Wisconsin and Oklahoma.

Mike Mullins

Mike Mullins

System Vice President & Ministry Operating Executive

St.Vincent Health

Mike Mullins serves as system vice president, ministry operating executive, supporting St.Vincent hospital presidents by ensuring direct alignment and engagement with systemic strategic priorities of growth, experience, quality and performance.

Prior to coming to St.Vincent, Mullins served as regional vice president of Quorum Health Resources where he provided leadership and operations support for 12 hospitals and strategic business arrangements in Colorado.

Over the past 20 years while working with Quorum Health Resources and associated health systems, Mullins held numerous positions before being named regional vice president. In the role of vice president of operations, Mullins was responsible for supporting and providing strategic counsel to the organization’s hospital chief executive officers. This included assisting with the development of strategic business plans; actively participating and supporting the physician recruitment process for the hospitals; conducting operational due diligence on potential hospital acquisitions; and serving as the principal liaison between the hospital and corporate departments.

Additionally, Mullins served in numerous chief executive officer positions for Community Health Systems, Triad Hospitals and Quorum Health Resources. He led Gateway Health System in Clarksville, Tennessee; Kosciusko Community Hospital in Warsaw, Indiana; and Unimed Medical Center – St. Joseph's Hospital in Minot, North Dakota; and Nevada Regional Medical Center in Nevada, Missouri.

Mike holds a master’s degree in Health Care Administration from Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from University of Texas at El Paso. He is also a Fellow in the American College of Health Care Executives.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Mullins is a captain in the Medical Service Corps, United States Naval Reserves, having served in Operation Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. He currently is the commanding officer of a large Commissioned Reserve Medical Unit for the Navy.

He and his wife, Melissa, have two children, Nicholas and Austin.

Randy Cox

Randy Cox

Chief Information Officer

Ascension Information Services / St.Vincent

Randy Cox serves as chief information officer for St.Vincent Health. Randy has a strong record of success by strategically focusing on patient and provider-centered IT and superior customer service delivery. He has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare IT, and broad electronic health record experience with several industry-leading hospitals and practices.

Randy’s career has allowed him to help increase the quality and competitive advantage of a diverse set of prominent IT-focused healthcare institutions in the Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Nashville, TN, areas. Before joining St. Vincent, Randy served as system vice president and chief information officer at Saint Thomas Health in Nashville. There, he authored and delivered the “One Patient One Chart” strategic roadmap and led Saint Thomas Health’s three acute care hospitals from Level 3 electronic health record maturity to Level 6.

Some notable accomplishments and professional honors include:

  • COMPUTERWORLD Top 100 Organization for IT/Internet (1997, VA)
  • 100 Most Wired Hospital (2003+, VA)
  • Most Wired Most Improved Hospital (2006, Riverview)
  • Meaningful Use Stages 1 and 2 achievement (2012-2014, St. Thomas)

Randy has an MBA in Healthcare Management, and has maintained his certification as a Certified Professional in Health Information Management Systems (CPHIMS) since 2002. Randy and his wife Angela have three daughters, and are members of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church.

Richard I. Fogel, MD, FACC

Richard I. Fogel, MD, FACC

Chief Executive Officer

St.Vincent Medical Group

Dr. Richard Fogel is chief executive officer of St.Vincent Medical Group, a physician-led, multi-specialty practice launched by St.Vincent in July 2010.

Dr. Fogel earned his bachelor’s and medical degrees from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. He completed his internal medicine residency and cardiology fellowship at Boston University Medical Center, Boston. He completed his two-year electrophysiology fellowship at Boston University Medical Center and St.Vincent Indianapolis Hospital.

In 1994, Dr. Fogel joined Northside Cardiology, one of the founding members of The Care Group, a private cardiology and primary care practice in Indianapolis, as a clinical electrophysiologist. He was elected to The Care Group Board of Managers in 1998. He was instrumental in the development and opening of the St.Vincent Heart Center and was elected as its inaugural chairman of the board in 2002. In 2005, he was elected board vice chair and chair of the Finance Committee. In 2008, Dr. Fogel was appointed managing partner and CEO of The Care Group. He held this position until The Care Group was acquired by St.Vincent .

Dr. Fogel continues with a busy clinical practice in cardiac electrophysiology. His special interests include radiofrequency catheter ablation, pacemaker and ICD implantation .

He has been actively involved in the Heart Rhythm Society, the international organization representing physicians who specialize in the management of patients with heart rhythm disorders. From 2008-2011, he served as chairman of the Health Policy Committee and is a board trustee of the Heart Rhythm Society. In 2010, he was elected second vice president of the Society and will be president of the Society in 2014. Dr. Fogel is also secretary of the Indiana Chapter of the American College of Cardiology.

Cindy Adams

Cindy Adams, MSN, PhD, NP

System Chief Nursing Executive

St.Vincent Health

Cindy Adams became System Chief Nursing Executive in 2015, and provides vision and direction for nursing throughout St.Vincent, establishing system-wide nursing goals and integrating a nursing strategic plan that aligns with our local and national quality and performance targets. In addition, she will work collaboratively with nurse leaders to develop structures and processes that track and trend outcomes measures.

Adams comes to St.Vincent after serving as Chief Nursing Officer at Community Health Network since 2011. She has spent the majority of her nursing career at Community Health, beginning as a staff nurse in the cardiac cath lab in 1988. She then worked her way up to assume various nursing leadership roles throughout her time there. Prior to working at Community, Adams was a Nurse Practitioner in the Heart Failure Program at The Care Group Cardiology practice at St.Vincent Indianapolis from 1999-2004.

She received her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Ball State University, her master’s degree in Nursing and her doctorate in Nursing Science from Indiana University.

Adams lives in Shelbyville, Indiana, with her husband, Dr. David Adams, superintendent for Shelby Central Schools. She is also the mother of two adult children and a grandmother of a 2-year-old grandson.

She currently serves on the boards of directors for American Heart Association (Indianapolis Metropolitan Region), the Indiana Center for Nursing and MESH, and is on the Indiana State Department of Health Women’s Advisory Board. She is also active with the Indianapolis Coalition for Patient Safety.