James Richardson, M.D.
Dr. Richardson is a native of Indianapolis, IN. He graduated from Indiana State University in 1982. He graduated from IU School of Medicine in 1990. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency in 1993. He completed a fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Vanderbilt in 1995. He was an assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine for 7 years before going into private practice. He serves as an Infectious Disease Specialist for Hendricks Regional Health, IU West Hospital, Kendricks Rehab Hospital, Johnson Memorial Hospital and St. Francis Mooresville.
Honors and Awards: Awarded KK Chen Award for excellence in Clinical Pharmacology from IU School of Medicine. Recognized as the 2011 Award winner for Treat People better from Hendricks Regional Health. Named one of Top Doctors of 2011 by Indianapolis Monthly Magazine. Awarded Lifetime Distinguish Service Award from Church of the Nazarene for dedication to missions in the world.
Notables: Practiced missionary medicine on every continent in the world except Antartica. Husband of Melodie Richardson, recovery room nurse. Father of John, Marianne, and Nancy Richardson. Step-father of Jenny and Jessica. Raises Shetland Sheep on his farm in Danville, IN. Plays and is lead singer in a Jazz-Blues band in his free time.