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Mercy appoints chief medical officer

Dr. Sadaf Sohrab takes on the local role after 15 years with the health system.

Amy Townsend is succeeding Amy Wutke as president of Cox College this summer.

Guest columnist Nia Howard invites area men to the ballpark to hear from a former MLB player about the importance of mental health care.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, chambers of commerce, health care, marketing and nonprofit.

Elevate Dental Studio – formerly known as Cline Dental Group – will soon occupy a south Springfield building near the intersection of Campbell Avenue and Weaver Road, according to project officials.

Industry leaders share cybersecurity concerns.

Newsmakers in the areas of athletics, banking & finance, chambers of commerce, health care, information technology, marketing, nonprofit and transportation.

Dr. Matthew Stinson to be second leader since its founding in 2003.

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

The Springfield-based health system announces it will transition to Epic for electronic health records.

John Myers succeeds David Argueta, who recently was promoted to a regional role.

Mod On Trend opened in Battlefield Mall; a Springfield drink shop had an ownership change; and Medical spa Hydration Sensation Wellness & Beauty LLC debuted downtown.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

Tara Benson is slated to take on the role at the Springfield nonprofit in May.

Zimmer Midwest Communications completes its first Miracles for Kids Radiothon.

Dr. Matthew Stinson is selected to succeed founding leader Brooks Miller.

Helping people is the foremost purpose in business for Angela Stephens. The idea for Re-Focus the Creative Office was born to help her son, Drake Stephens, who had started struggling in school in fifth grade.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, recognition, recreation/tourism and retail.

A newly formed pediatric partnership from Mercy Springfield Communities is seeking to fill service gaps that health system officials say have existed for years – but the arrangement does not involve partnering with CoxHealth to open a stand-alone pediatric hospital as previously planned.

Read profiles of this year's honorees.

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