The staff of Franciscan WorkingWell/Chamber Clinic – from left to right: Tosha Hirt, Donna Morrison, Sandy Hutchison and Dr. Eric Levine. The WorkingWell/Chamber Clinic office is located in the Sugar Creek Medical Center, 1704 Lafayette Road, Suite 1 on the campus of Franciscan Health Crawfordsville.
The staff of Franciscan WorkingWell/Chamber Clinic – from left to right: Tosha Hirt, Donna Morrison, Sandy Hutchison and Dr. Eric Levine. The WorkingWell/Chamber Clinic office is located in the Sugar Creek Medical Center, 1704 Lafayette Road, Suite 1 on the campus of Franciscan Health Crawfordsville.
In April 2018, Franciscan Health Crawfordsville launched WorkingWell, an occupational health clinic. WorkingWell is a successful occupational health clinic program sponsored by Franciscan Health with locations throughout Indiana and Illinois.
The clinic recently expanded its services becoming the site also of the Crawfordsville/Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Clinic, which will provide health services to chamber members.
The clinic is located in the Sugar Creek Medical Building at 1704 Lafayette Road, Suite 1 in Crawfordsville. Their hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The clinic currently employs four staff members – two nurse practitioners, a certified medical assistant and a physician who specializes in occupational health. Dr. Daniel Wikse will be joining the group this summer as the medical director of employer clinics. Additional support staff will be joining the clinic as well.

Sandy Hutchison
Sandy Hutchison, ANP-BC, received her master’s degree in nursing administration and post master’s degree in adult health from Indiana University School of Nursing. Most recently she worked for Franciscan Physician Network Northside Family Medicine.
Sandy is originally from Vevay, Ind. She has called Crawfordsville home since 1991. Her husband, Larry, is a fifth grade teacher at Hoover Elementary School in Crawfordsville. “He really loves teaching,” says Sandy.
Sandy has been a nurse since 1974. She went into nursing thanks to her aunt, Jane, who worked as a registered nurse. “She was an inspiration to me. She gave me a lot of encouragement.”
After graduating with an associate’s degree in nursing from Vincennes University, she started her nursing career at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Sandy has nursing experience in medical/surgical, home health, as well as emergency room and occupational health.
“I love taking care of people,” says Sandy. “I enjoy working in the clinic setting, helping injured people, teaching patients about treatment options.
She also loves the variety that she sees. “Anything that you can injure on the job, we see and work to treat. With a lot of injuries, you can see some pain. We as providers work with patients to provide treatments that do not involve prescription medications whenever possible. We will provide over-the-counter medications, exercises, stretches and teaching, as well as physical or occupational therapy, if needed.”
“My main hobby is being a grandma,” she says. Her two sons and daughters-in-law have eight children and reside in Crawfordsville and Zionsville. When she is not with her grandchildren, she can be found sewing, reading and going to the gym. She attends Woodland Heights Christian Church.
Working in the place she has called home since 1991 is very satisfying. “I see people I haven’t seen in years. It makes me feel like I am home.”

Tosha Hirt
Tosha Hirt, CMA, is the person you will see first at WorkingWell. And it’s mainly because she is in the front office welcoming everyone and getting their paperwork started.
Tosha has been a certified medical assistant since completing her CMA studies from Harrison College in June 2015. As a certified medical assistant, she supports the providers and completes non-provider required patient care activities. Her duties include obtaining vital signs, drug screenings, checking patients in and out, collecting specimens, administering vaccinations, billing and getting the patients ready for the nurse practitioner or physician.
One of the highlights of her career is being involved with the new WorkingWell program from the start. “It has been exciting to be involved with this office from the start, helping it get established,” says Tosha. “It’s also neat to establish relationships with all of the different companies.”
As part of visiting companies and talking about occupational health needs, the company will take the WorkingWell staff on a tour of their facility. “It’s great to see what companies do behind the scenes. Most people don’t realize everything that is made in this area.”
When she is not making sure the WorkingWell office is running smoothly, Tosha can be found spending time with her husband, Vince, and their three children. She is active member of her church, Rock Point Church, and loves photography.

Dr. Eric Levine
Eric Levine, M.D., MSPH, Ph.D., is the medical director of the Crawfordsville WorkingWell site.
Dr. Levine is board-certified in occupational medicine and has been with Franciscan Health since 1994.
Dr. Levine is a graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C. In addition, he earned a doctorate in organic chemistry from the University of South Carolina and has a master’s degree in public health from the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Ky. Dr. Levine has a certificate in travel health from the International Society of Travel Medicine.
“Most of the patients are worried about injury and hoping that it is not permanent. With our treatments, we work with the patient to get them back as fast as possible – even to restricted duty – so they can continue to support their families,” says Dr. Levine.
“My philosophy of care is simple: medicine should be applied to help people function,” he says.
“I enjoy working in Crawfordsville,” says Dr. Levine. “The companies are appreciative of the services we offer.”
One of the toughest things that he faces on a daily basis is explaining the big picture of how occupational health can help improve the workforce. With his background, Dr. Levine can often be found working with the patient to explore not just the injury, but what can be done to prevent others from being injured or how to improve a process.
When he is not working with patients, Dr. Levine can be found on the move. He is always working in his yard, practicing yoga, walking with friends or participating in tae kwon do. “Everything I do I try to get some exercise.”

Donna Morrison
Donna Morrison, FNP-C, is the newest member of the Franciscan Health WorkingWell family. Donna started with Franciscan Health in April after completing her master’s degree program in nursing from Kennesaw State University in Georgia in December.
Donna is originally from Florida. Her husband, Chip, is originally from Battle Ground, Ind. and they moved back to be closer to family.
Donna received her nursing degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville. She has worked at Shands Hospital at the University of Florida in a variety of roles, as well as a staff nurse at a variety of outpatient office and physician practice settings.
She specialized in family medicine at her nurse practitioner program at Kennesaw State. During that experience, she worked in urgent care, women’s health, pediatrics, family medicine and hand surgery areas. “This was a calling and it was great to get that background in occupational health.”
She is excited to be in Crawfordsville and to learn about the numerous other services that the hospital provides to help patients recover from an injury. “Here at the WorkingWell office we focus on the immediate injury,” says Donna. “If they have other health issues that impact their treatment, we will get a referral to another physician to address those issues.”
When she is not working, Donna can be found spending time with her husband and their two children Isaac and Eva, working on nature photography or her latest woodworking project.
For more information on the services offered by Franciscan WorkingWell, please call (765) 362-6374 or visit FranciscanHealth.org/WorkingWell.
Sidebar
Franciscan WorkingWell provides occupational health services for businesses and industries of all sizes. Services provided by Franciscan WorkingWell in Crawfordsville include:
• Walk-in injury care
• Drug and alcohol screening (DOT and Non-DOT)
• Injury treatment
• Injury prevention programs
• Fitness for duty evaluations
• Medical clearance evaluations
• Independent medical exams
• Disability determination exams
• Medical review officer services
• Vaccinations and immunizations
• Tuberculosis testing
• Health and Injury Prevention Program (HIPP)
• Health risk assessments
• Audiometric screenings
• Quantitative fit testing of respirators
• Wellness screenings
• CPR and first-aid training
• Immigration physicals
For more information on the services offered by Franciscan WorkingWell, please call (765) 362-6374 or visit FranciscanHealth.org/WorkingWell.