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Important Update About Primary Care Services

Our commitment to providing exceptional care is unwavering. Although the way we deliver care is changing in response to COVID-19, our dedication to the health of you and your family remains the same.

Committed to Your Safety

We have implemented many precautions to protect you from infection while under our care. These safety measures include:

  • Health screenings of each patient and visitor upon arrival
  • Thorough and frequent disinfection of surfaces and materials
  • Rigorous and frequent handwashing
  • Protective protocols with potential COVID-19 patients and those with non-respiratory symptoms
  • Ability for individuals to social distance
  • Continued visitor restrictions
  • Extensive PPE worn by all caregivers

COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

We are working hard on obtaining and optimizing the process of COVID-19 vaccine delivery to our caregivers and patients. Following guidelines from the Indiana Department of Health (IDOH), the vaccine is being prioritized for healthcare workers in long-term care facilities, front line healthcare workers, licensed healthcare workers, and those who handle infectious disease materials and/or who care for patients. These groups will be in the first tier of vaccination.

Any Hoosier age 70 or older is now eligible to schedule a vaccination appointment. To make an appointment, visit https://vaccine.coronavirus.in.gov. Visit our COVID-19 Vaccine Updates page for more details.

Access to Care

Our primary care and pediatric offices are open, and we've made changes to keep both you and our caregivers safe. Watch the video below to see what you can expect.

To schedule an appointment, please call your provider's office. If you need to look up your provider's phone number, you can search for their name in our Find A Doc directory. Your provider will help you schedule an in-person, telephone or video visit.

You can always stay in touch with your doctor through MyChart. Message your doctor, renew prescriptions or check your health records.

If you do not have an established Community primary care provider, you may call 317-621-2727 to be connected to care.

Virtual Primary Care

While it is safe to receive care, we understand that some individuals prefer to stay at home. You can see a provider 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by phone or secure online video through Community Virtual Care, powered by MDLive.

 

Focus on getting the care you need, and we’ll focus on keeping you safe.