Ella Futter, APRN, is a nurse practitioner certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She has over 15 years of nursing experience including emergency room, endoscopy, orthopedic, urology, OB/GYN, ENT and general surgery procedures. Ella obtained her bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2000 from Indiana University Southeast. Ella went on to complete a master’s degree in 2014 in primary care nursing from Indiana Wesleyan University. Ella was an emergency room and relief charge nurse at Clark Memorial Hospital as well as the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Louisville. She also worked as a perioperative nurse and emergency room nurse for Scott Memorial Hospital. Ella is ACLS, PALS and CPR certified and is an ACLS instructor. Ella was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing in 1999. She also has professional memberships with the Coalition of Advanced Practice Nurses of Indiana and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Ella enjoys hiking and camping with her husband, Matt, and children, Kaytlin, Cole and Kellsie.
Dr. Lohano is a board certified Internist, Endocrinologist and Diabetes & Metabolism Specialist. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at New York Flushing Hospital and Medical Center in 1998, and completed a fellowship program in Endocrinology and Metabolism at the University of Louisville Hospital in 2000. He acted as Diabetes Management Center and ICU Medical Director, as well as Clinical Endocrinologist, at Daviess Community Hospital in Washington, Indiana from 2001 to 2007, and has been with the Floyd Memorial Joslin Diabetes Center Affiliate since 2008. In 2009, Dr. Lohano took the Joslin Center mission to outlying areas, opening offices in New Albany, Corydon and Jeffersonville. Dr. Lohano cares for adult endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism patients, and prefers to treat his patients as partners. He is passionate about helping his patients fully understand their condition and the potential complications and co-morbidities so that they can maximize compliance with their treatment and not only improve the quantity, but also the quality of their life.