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Having a primary care provider is key to good health. By scheduling an annual physical, patients develop a relationship with their provider. This relationship can help the provider to know a patient’s health history and to determine what is normal – or not normal – regarding his or her health. In the event of minor injury (such as a sprain or cut) or acute illness (such as the flu or fever), primary care providers deliver timely and often same-day care, and they can prescribe medication or further treatment. They are also crucial in the management of chronic conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes.

Through a network of primary care facilities located throughout the neighborhoods of Indianapolis and on the hospital main campus, Eskenazi Health Center offers convenient options so that residents can see a primary care provider when they need to or just to maintain good health. Eskenazi Health also provides primary care at Eskenazi Health West 38th Street, an outpatient department of the Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital.

 All Eskenazi Health Center locations provide routine care and can help patients in case of minor illness and injury.

Specialized Primary Care

Pediatricians and pediatric nurses provide urgent care at the Outpatient Care Center for children ranging in age from newborns through age 17.

In addition, specialized primary care is provided to seniors, women and transgender individuals. Eskenazi Health Senior Care, Eskenazi Health Center Primary Care – Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, and Eskenazi Health Center Transgender Health & Wellness Program are all located at the Sandra Eskenazi Outpatient Care Center.

Fee Schedule

Eskenazi Health Center locations have a sliding fee schedule and are open to all regardless of ability to pay. Eskenazi Health Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), which is a reimbursement designation from the Bureau of Primary Health Care and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Open Access Scheduling

After a primary care appointment, patients are given a card indicating the time frame in which their primary care provider would like to see them again. They are asked to call on the day they are able to come in for their next appointment. Patients’ appointment due dates are tracked, and patients are alerted when it is time to be seen again.

“Pre-booked” appointments (up to 30 days in advance) are available for patients who have special needs or must coordinate their care with others. To make either type of appointment, please call 317.880.5555 or your Eskenazi Health Center site.

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Mental health and dental services are provided at select locations. For more information on these services or to find a primary care provider, please call 317.880.8687.

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