Marina Behrad, M.D.
Dr. Behrad, a transplanted Hoosier, was born in Iran. She attended S. Beheshti University of Medical Sciences in Tehran. She practiced there for five years in a private practice setting, after which she moved to the United States. She completed her family medicine residency at Community Health Network in Indianapolis and joined Castleton Family Physicians in August 2008.
Dr. Behrad is board certified and has special interests in geriatrics, women's health, adolescents and preventive medicine. She is a volunteer faculty member at the Indiana University School of Medicine. In addition, she is an active member of the Indiana Academy of Family Physicians' Commission on Education and CME.
Dr. Behard resides in Fishers with her husband. She enjoys swimming, interior design, and traveling with her husband in her spare time.
Robert E. Clutter, M.D.
Dr. Clutter is a life-long Hoosier: Nora Grade School, North Central High School, Indiana University-Bloomington, Indiana University School of Medicine (1974) and residency at Methodist Hospital, where he was born. Dr. Clutter has been in practice in Castleton for more than 30 years. Although his practice encompasses the entire spectrum of family practice, it now focuses more on chronic disease management and health maintenance/prevention, including colonoscopy.
Dr. Clutter has been active in numerous professional organizations, including a post as the past president of the Indiana Academy of Family Physicians. He is currently an associate professor of family medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine and teaches third-year medical students.
In his free time, Dr. Clutter enjoys singing in his church choir, theater and playing golf. He is married with three grown daughters.
Robert B. Turnquist, M.D.
Dr. Turnquist is board certified in family practice. He is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Medicine and completed his residency at Community Hospital. As a resident, Dr. Turnquist received the Resident Teacher Award. He is currently the director of medical education at Community Hospital North.
His areas of interest include treating diabetes and cholesterol with both medicine and diet. He teaches a diet class twice a month in the evening.
Dr. Turnquist has one brother, one sister and four nephews. He enjoys playing tennis and is active in the youth education program at his church.
Abbey Milli, FNP
Abbey is a life-long Hoosier, born and raised in Central Indiana. She graduated from Ball State University with a bachelor's degree in nursing followed by her master's degree with a family nurse practitioner specialization. She is certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Her healthcare areas of interest include asthma, geriatrics, pediatrics and women’s health.
Abbey enjoys playing volleyball, watching sports as well as reading.