CARMEL, Ind. – Mainstreet, the nation’s largest developer of transitional care properties, has added nine new hires to its award-wining team.   

Andrew Bernethy has joined Mainstreet as an IT support specialist. Most recently, he worked at Bell Techlogix as a senior service desk analyst. Prior to Bell Techlogix, Andrew served as an audio visual sales associate with Fry’s Electronics. He is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree from WGU.

Daphne Clark is Mainstreet’s new vice president of strategy and product development – Mainstreet Health. She has a diverse background in consulting with more than 25 years of experience. Prior to joining Mainstreet, Daphne was founder and president of Uncommon Connections, where she partnered with corporate, government, non-profit and startup leaders to provide strategic leadership and operational guidance to meet organization objectives. Her career experience includes a tenure at Wellpoint, where she served in various roles, including chief of staff to the CEO, staff vice president of legal and external affairs, staff vice president of corporate strategic investments and director of corporate program office. Daphne earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Grove City College and received a master’s of public administration from Ball State University. 

Kimberly Eaton has joined Mainstreet as a paralegal. She comes to Mainstreet from Advantage Health Solutions, where she served as a corporate legal assistant. Kimberly has an associate’s degree from Ivy Tech in paralegal studies. She volunteers with various organizations, including Riley Hospital for Children and a bereavement group through a local hospice.

Joyce Fritz has joined Mainstreet as the new vice president of operations in Texas for Mainstreet Health. With an extensive background in health care, she most recently served as administrator for Remington Medical Resort San Antonio. Prior to her administrator role with Remington Medical Resort San Antonio, Joyce served as a key player in the development of TRISUN Healthcare and was strategically involved in the conception and development of Remington Medical Resorts in Texas. She holds a BS, MS and PhD from Texas A&M University. Joyce is heavily involved in community organizations, which include YMCA of Greater Williamson County, Whitlow Task Force Benefiting Capital IDEA and Seton Williamson Women’s Development Board. 

Mark Fritz is Mainstreet’s new president of operations in Texas and Arizona for Mainstreet Health. He has more than 25 years of transitional care experience, including cofounder of Harden Healthcare, CEO and vice chairman of TRISUN Healthcare and founder of Remington Medical Resorts. Mark has served on many nonprofit boards, including Hope Alliance, Round Rock Community Foundation and chairman of the Round Rock Christian Academy. Mark and his wife met in kindergarten and have been married for 27 years.

Julie Hutchison has joined Mainstreet as an accounting manager. Most recently, she worked at Milhaus as a senior staff accountant. Prior to that role at Milhaus, she served as staff, senior staff and manager at Crowe Horwath. Julie has a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Ball State University. She is a certified public accountant and is a board member for the Asian American Alliance, Inc. 

Drew McCuiston is Mainstreet’s new senior associate – investments. His previous experience includes time at IU Health as director of business development and manager of financial planning and analysis, and Indiana Office of Management & Budget in multiple roles. Drew holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Indiana University. 

Linda Slipher is Mainstreet’s newest administrative assistant. She comes to Mainstreet from St. Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital in Indianapolis where she served as executive assistant to the CEO, COO and CFO. Linda has an associate degree in business administration. She attends Grace Community Church where she also volunteers.

Darryl Wellinghoff has joined Mainstreet as the new senior vice president of business development. Prior to joining Mainstreet, he was the senior vice president of The Medicines Company (MDCO), where he was responsible for delivering solutions to U.S. hospitals and health care systems across three pathways of care and led a U.S. based commercial team through five simultaneous product launches. Darryl earned his bachelor’s degree from Florida State University. 

Mainstreet is the industry’s leader in the delivery and experience of best-in-class health care properties. 

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