Daniel R. Hayford, M.D., FAAP
Dr. Daniel R. Hayford was born in Bloomington, Indiana and grew up in Valparaiso, Indiana. He graduated from Valparaiso High School. Dr. Hayford completed a Bachelor of Science in Biology at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. His major coursework consisted of ecology and pre-med courses.
After four years in North Carolina, Dr. Hayford moved to the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia where he earned his medical degree. Dr. Hayford returned to Indiana to complete pediatric residency training at the Indiana University School of Medicine. During his residency, Dr. Hayford served as a primary care pediatrician at the Forest Manor Health Center on the east side of Indianapolis.
In 2008, Dr. Hayford became President of Indianapolis Independent Pediatricians. Serving a socioeconomically and ethically diverse patient group is what Dr. Hayford finds most rewarding about being a pediatrician. Dr. Hayford resides in Indianapolis with his wife, Dr. Nadia Krupp, their two children, Lucy and Thomas, and their dog Buddy.
Shana Zwick, M.D., FAAP
Dr. Shana Zwick was born and raised in Indianapolis and went to earn her B.S. in Biology and Spanish Minor at Indiana University, Bloomington. Dr. Zwick attended IU School of Medicine where her interest in treating children started on her rotations at Riley Hospital. After completing her Intern year at Emory University in Atlanta, she returned to Riley Hospital to complete her residency.
Dr. Zwick joined Indianapolis Independent Pediatricians in 2006 and has been practicing medicine here every since. Her favorite part of her job is watching her patients grow and getting to know their families. She also enjoys going to schools and groups to teach children about health and wellness. Dr. Zwick also volunteers every summer to be the camp doctor at an overnight camp in Zionsville, Indiana.
Dr. Zwick lives in Carmel with her husband Brian, daughters Zoe and Mya, and cat Billy. When not working, you may find Dr. Zwick crafting, working in her small garden, or reading a good book.