Pete Voss MD, Named Chief Medical Officer for Indiana University Health East Central Region

Dr. Pete Voss is chief medical officer for IU Health East Central Region.Dr. Pete Voss is chief medical officer for IU Health East Central Region.

By: Dawn Brand Fluhler —

Muncie, IN–Dr. Pete Voss has been named chief medical officer for the IU Health East Central Region.

“Dr. Voss has been a valued member of the medical community in East Central Indiana for more than 25 years,” said Jeff Bird MD, president, IU Health East Central Region. “We are fortunate to have his experience and expertise on our leadership team.

Dr. Voss is an obstetrician/gynecologist by training, specializing in minimally invasive surgery including operative laparoscopy, DaVinci robotic surgery, gynecology and high-risk obstetrics. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Brown University and graduated with his MD from Indiana University School of Medicine. He has been on medical staff at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital since 1991.

“Pete has served in various physician leadership roles during his time as a physician,” Dr. Bird said. “He has always been a fair and measured voice and it was always clear that the safety and well-being of his patients were his top priority.”

Dr. Voss is board certified by the American Board of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and a member of the American Association of Gynecological Laparoscopists, American Medical Association, Indiana State Medical Association, Delaware-Blackford County Medical Society and International Society of Bone Densitometry.


About Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital

IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital serves as a tertiary referral center and teaching hospital for East Central Indiana and part of Indiana University Health. IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission and maintains 1.2 million square feet of facilities. More than 17,700 patients are admitted every year and more than 300,000 outpatient procedures are completed annually. Dr. Jeff Bird is President. Learn more at