Meet the Chiefs

Welcome to the St. Vincent Internal Medicine Residency! As the chief residents for this year, we are excited to work with our outstanding medical students, residents, and faculty. Residency is a challenging time in every physician's training, but it is the launching pad for a successful career in medicine. As chief residents, we aim to continue the tradition at St. Vincent of promoting a supportive and encouraging atmosphere, all while making patient care our priority. We believe that St. Vincent is truly an amazing place to train, and we welcome you to our program!

Joshuah Caccamo, DO

Hey everyone! A little about me is that I was born and raised in Fort Wayne, IN. I went to Indiana University for undergrad, received a Masters in physiology at Indiana University/ Purdue University in Indianapolis, and then I went to medical school at the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine. I am married and we have one dog, Nala, that we rescued while we were in Kentucky. In my free time I enjoy golfing and spending time with friends and family. I have also been known to keep the best lawn in the neighborhood. Professionally, I am applying for fellowship in Cardiology and I enjoy teaching. I wanted to come to St. Vincent for a few reasons. First, we are a large tertiary care center that serves a diverse range of patients that allows for exposure to a wide variety of medical conditions and pathology. More importantly, is the sense of respect and camaraderie within our residency, fostering a welcoming environment focused on patient care, education, and resident well-being. I feel as though our leadership and faculty members truly advocate for us. Lastly, our program has a strong track record of guiding residents toward successful careers in primary care, hospital medicine, and fellowships. Welcome!

Michael Massaro, DO

I've spent the majority of my life in Indiana, originally from Northwest Indiana, aka "The Region". I went to Purdue for undergrad and Marian University for medical school. I didn't really pursue medicine until about half way through college when I thought orthopedic surgery would be cool. Let's just say I'm very happy to be in Internal Medicine! I love St. Vincent's for many reasons but primarily because I really enjoy the people I work with and knew that would be the case from the start. In my future, I'm planning on being a Hospitalist and eventually transition to Primary Care while doing some teaching/academia along the way. I'm recently married to my wife, Carmela, who is working towards a career in medicine herself. We love Indy and everything it has to offer from the coffee shops to the concerts and sports. In our free time, we typically like to cook up new dishes and visit a new coffee shop. 

Meaghan Mobley, DO

I was raised equally in both Connecticut and Pennsylvania, but have lived in Indianapolis for the last 10 years so it is home to me now! Most of my extended family still lives in New England and I am still a New Englander at heart. I completed my undergraduate degree in biology at IUPUI and went to medical school at Marian University here in Indianapolis. My husband Kyle is a social worker, and we have a dog and two cats who keep us entertained. Outside of medicine I love baking, gardening, playing tennis, traveling, and trying out new restaurants with friends! I am pursuing general internal medicine and have special interests in addiction medicine, social determinants of health, and medical education. I chose St Vincent after rotating here during medical school because it is an academic-like program with very diverse/high acuity patients and excellent teaching, while also having the mentorship and camaraderie of a close-knit community program. I knew no matter what I decided to go into, I would be well-prepared for my career after residency and wouldn't have to sacrifice my wellbeing to get there. Ultimately it’s the people that make a place special and St Vincent is certainly a special place to be! 


PGY-4 Clinician Educator Fellow

Adam Kloha, MD

I was born and raised in Michigan and attended Central Michigan University for both undergrad and medical school as a first generation college student. My wife and I met while in undergrad together and she is in her final year of her MD/PhD program at IU. My career goals include being a hospitalist and being involved in medical education with the goal of being a program director, which is what drew me to the Clinical Educator Fellowship. I was a third year chief at St Vincent and I look forward to working with program leadership this year in this new role. In my free time I like to bake, do woodworking, read, and to spoil our dog, June (who we rescued from the Indy Humane Society just prior to starting residency).