Ashley Reinert

Medical School: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

I hail from Cincinnati, home of the first major league baseball team (first called the Cincinanati Red Stockings!).  Outside of work I like to ice skate and hike.  I'm interested in MAT for addiction, global health, obstetrics and quality improvement.

Justin Rice

Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

I am from Huntertown, IN (anyone know where that is?).   I love working out, hiking and golfing, and play rec softball on Sundays.  I am interested in quality improvement, sports medicine and wellness.

Kelsey Shoemaker

Medical School: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic


I am from Crown Point, IN. My husband and I have a 4 year old lab and 3 cats!  I like to rock climb, hike and kayak.  I am interested in hospital medicine, teaching, wellness, and women's health.  

Evan Singleton

Medical School: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
I am from Mount Vernon, KY, a small town south of Lexington.  I recently married Carolyn, an IM resident at IU.  I'm interested in MAT for addiction, geriatrics, hospital medicine, research, and teaching.

Malachi Barnett

Medical School:  St. Louis University School of Medicine

I was born in Connecticut but moved to Florida after high school. There, I studied biochemistry at Florida Institute of Technology and worked as a medical scribe in the ED.  As much as I enjoy the practice of medicine, my love for the field comes from my love for people. My various medical interests include procedures, OB/Gyn, and psychiatry, among others. I hope to take these skills along with Christian joy and compassion to underserved populations around the world. Otherwise, while I enjoy any opportunity for manual labor, automotive mechanics is my favorite hobby outside the clinic.

Alex Clarke

Medical School: Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine
I grew up in the Midwest, surrounded by a strong sense of community. My life took a transformative turn when I served as a missionary in Chile, where I developed a deep connection with the Spanish-speaking community and discovered my passion for helping others. My educational journey led me to Brigham Young University, where I expanded my knowledge and skills. Driven by a genuine calling to make a difference in healthcare, I pursued medical school at ACOM. I love performing procedures, and helping my patients to feel better. Alongside my professional pursuits, I find immense joy in my role as a devoted spouse and proud parent of three amazing children. With a heart full of empathy and a drive to serve, I strive to make a positive impact in the lives of those around me.

Lane Driskill

Medical School: University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
I grew up in the Oklahoma City area for most of my life and completed my undergraduate at Oklahoma State University in Biochemistry. After that I did a year of research at the Stephenson Cancer Center in OKC before attending the University of Oklahoma for medical school. I fell in love with family medicine during my third-year rotations and I have strong interests in sports medicine, in-office procedures, and preventative medicine. St. Vincent really drew me in during my interactions with the staff, residents and faculty during my interview and I am incredibly excited to experience Indianapolis during my time here!

During my free time, you can catch me either watching, playing or at a sports game (can’t wait to finally go to an NFL game!), playing video games or watching movies/TV shows with my girlfriend, who is also a family medicine resident in Indianapolis! 

Zachary Erickson

Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

am from a small town called Russiaville, Indiana. I completed my undergrad at Purdue University and medical school at IU in Indianapolis. I'm very happy to be at St. Vincent for residency. Family medicine excites me due to its breadth and variety. I am passionate about preventative medicine, general primary care, and procedures. Outside of medicine, I love to spend my time playing games (board and video), cooking, and watching movies, often with my wife and our cat.

Ben Leeds

Medical School: Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine

I have been a Hoosier since birth -- from Greenwood Indiana. I completed my undergraduate training at IUPUI with a bachelors in Neuroscience.  I have been interested in medicine since a young age and have wanted to work with a wide range of patients. I discovered my love for family medicine early on in my medical school career and have become increasingly fond of hospitalist medicine.  I find the acuity of the patients and variety of pathology refreshing and exciting. In my free time, I enjoy weightlifting, outdoor activities, and playing a multitude of recreational sports.

Alysha Scheeler

Medical School: Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine

I grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and completed my undergrad at the University of Utah in Health Promotion and Education. I moved to Indianapolis and had the opportunity to obtain a master’s degree in biomedical science before attending Marian University for medical school. I am interested in full spectrum family medicine with a particular interest in rural medicine. In my free time I enjoy playing sand volleyball, golfing, horseback riding, crocheting and crafting.

Katelyn Smiley

Medical School: Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine

I am a Hoosier native, born and raised in Fishers, Indiana. Outside of work I find joy in cooking, group fitness, being outdoors, big dogs, euchre, and time spent with friends and family.  My professional passions include preventative medicine, holistic care, patient education, and teaching.

Adam Voss

Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

I was born in Muncie, IN and moved to Providence, RI for undergrad at Brown University. I returned to Muncie for my Masters in exercise physiology at Ball State University’s Human Performance Lab. After my Masters, I moved to Davis, California where my wife was completing her PhD before returning to Indiana for medical school. I was thrilled to stay in Indianapolis for my residency with St. Vincent where I felt a strong connection to the staff and residents. 

My clinical interests include preventative/lifestyle medicine, sports medicine, and 

In my free time, I love being outside with my wife and two black labs. You can catch 
me riding my bike or training for triathlon when time permits. In the winter, I will always try to get in at least one ski trip out West. My wife and I love cooking and traveling to new and exciting places.

Lovekirat "King" Cheema

Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

Bio on its way....

Vineeth Dasari

Medical School: Andhra Medical College

I grew up in the beautiful beach city of Visakhapatnam, India, and being the first doctor in my family fills me with immense joy. I pursued a research position at the University of Miami for a year, where I worked on stenting simulations and AI in cardiac imaging. I’m very excited about this next chapter of my life in Indianapolis. I’m very passionate about global health and am committed to dedicating my efforts to fostering collaborations that narrow healthcare disparities.

Outside of medicine, I enjoy cooking and often say, ‘Fitness is my passion’. I love art and filmography and believe this is how I developed my interest in narrative medicine. Through family medicine, I can see beyond patients' medical conditions and understand their unique stories at all stages of life.

Jake Durbin

Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

I grew up in Fishers, Indiana and went to high school at Hamilton Southeastern where I played baseball. I attended Ball State University for undergraduate training, and I was able to scribe in an emergency department for two years. After being accepted into Indiana University's School of Medicine, I completed the first two years of training in South Bend before coming back to Indianapolis to finish medical school. I enjoy living in central Indiana, and I am extremely grateful to continue living here and to provide top quality patient-care in my hometown. My interests in family medicine are all encompassing but I have a particular interest in lifestyle medicine with a holistic approach. In my free time I enjoy rooting for local sports teams like the Colts and Pacers, going for walks with my parents' golden retrievers, and being outdoors golfing or attending a concert.

John Ray III

Medical School: Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine

I grew up in Bloomington, IN, and I am a Hoosier. I began my undergraduate journey at Abilene Christian University, where I studied Business. From there, I continued my education at the College of Wooster, where I played basketball as a student-athlete. Finally, I earned my B.A. in Exercise Science and Nutrition from Anderson University. Following undergrad, I worked as a physical therapist tech for 2 years at Theraplay Orthopedic and Spine Center before I attended MU-COM for medical school. I am excited to stay in Indy and begin my residency training with Ascension St. Vincent. My professional interests include osteopathic manipulative treatment, lifestyle and preventative medicine, and musculoskeletal procedures. In my free time, I enjoy basketball, working out, yoga, reading, brewing kombucha, learning Tagalog with my wife, playing with my dog, Mushu, and spending quality time with friends and family. I aspire to make a positive difference in the lives of the patients I serve and the greater community I am a part of.

Tate Reuter

Medical school: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and completed undergrad and graduate school at the University of California, Los Angeles where I earned my degrees in Chemistry. I have lived in Cincinnati, Ohio most recently for medical school and this is my first time living in Indianapolis. Further, I am eager and excited to be able to complete my residency training in family medicine here at St. Vincent’s. My interests in family medicine include preventative care, reproductive health, sports medicine, and in-office procedures. Outside the clinic, I enjoy spending my free time by snowboarding, rock climbing, working out in all varieties, playing with my cats, watching and playing baseball, and getting to the beaches when I can.

Gabe Saliba

Medical School: William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine

I grew up in central Indiana, where I attended high school and met my wife. I completed my undergraduate degree at Taylor University, and while in college, I was a part of the men's soccer team. After earning my degree, I worked as a medical scribe for a year. I then moved to Mississippi to attend William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine. I strive to provide the best care possible to my patients, and I am passionate about the diverse areas of healthcare that family medicine offers. When I am not working, I love spending time with my wife, daughter, and cats. I also enjoy playing soccer in my free time. My Christian faith and family motivate me to be the best physician I can be, and I am thrilled to be back in Indiana, serving my home state.

James Walters

Medical School: Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine

I grew up in Indianapolis and have lived in Indiana my whole life. I attended Indiana University for undergrad and MU-COM for medical school. I chose family medicine because I value creating longitudinal relationships with people and helping them live their best lives. I have a strong interest in public health, having worked for the Indiana Department of Health for many years before medical school. Outside of medicine I enjoy spending time with my wife and three kids, training in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, reading, and any outdoor activities I can find.

Azmi Zomot

I was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and completed undergrad and medical school in Illinois at Benedictine University and Midwestern University CCOM. I have visited Indiana a couple times, but I never lived or visited for more than a couple hours; it will be my first time living away from Chicago. I can’t wait to start my residency training at St. Vincent’s in family medicine, working towards practicing sports medicine. Outside of medicine I like to travel, try different foods and play/watch sports. Da Bears!