Other services include: dietetics counseling, prenatal ultrasounds, respiratory therapy, diabetes education, and Women’s Infants and Children’s Services (WIC) provided by the Marion County Public Health Department.
Eskenazi Health Center Primary Care – Adolescent Program
Recognizing that teens have distinct and diverse needs, Eskenazi Health Center provides comprehensive health services for them – from routine health care to treatment of emergencies and chronic illnesses. Services include care for acne, sports-related injuries, menstrual issues and general illnesses in addition to mental health screenings, smoking cessation programs and immunizations. For more information, please call 317.880.3535.
Marion County Public Health Department Clinic
The Marion County Public Health Department operates an office at Eskenazi Health Center Pecar. Patients can visit the clinic to receive immunizations and other treatments on a walk-in basis.
Eskenazi Health Center Pecarhosts CenteringPregnancy groups for women who are at similar stages in their pregnancies. A physician meets with each group to educate them on pregnancy and what to expect, giving mothers the chance to get to know and interact with other moms in similar stages.
Crooked Creek Food Pantry
St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, in partnership with Eskenazi Health, Dow AgroSciences and Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, runs a food pantry for in-need Hoosiers at Eskenazi Health Center Pecar. Hours of operation are Wednesdays from 3 to 6 p.m., Fridays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2 to 4 p.m., and every second Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. email@example.com or call 317.471.9064 for more information regarding eligibility requirements or to volunteer.
Everything from registration to co-pay collection to blood draws are done in the exam room, maximizing the patient’s time at the health center by conducting all business in one room.