Access to Healthcare
Indiana University Health is committed to providing quality and complete healthcare for Hoosiers. Access to healthcare was a leading community health need identified in all communities served by IU Health across the state. IU Health is focusing on the needs of the underserved to create initiatives and support efforts that:
- Educate community members to understand and navigate the healthcare system
- Increase the availability of low-cost services and provide financial assistance
IU Health provided more than 100,000 patients with more than $143 million in free or reduced-cost care and currently supports a number of clinics to provide free or reduced-cost care to individuals without access to insurance or the ability to pay the full cost of their healthcare.
These clinics include:
IU Student Outreach Clinic
3102 E. 10th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46201
Hope Healthcare Services
107 Park Place Blvd.
Avon, IN 46123
Gennesaret Free Clinics
Various clinic locations available, centered around downtown Indianapolis.
Trinity Free Clinic
1045 W. 146th Street
Carmel, IN 46032
Veggies & Vaccines
Get ready for this year’s flu season! Veggies & Vaccines helps you stay healthy during flu season by providing a free flu vaccine and healthy foods at various locations throughout Indianapolis.
Vaccines are provided at no cost, and no appointments are necessary. This service is provided by Indiana University Health in partnership with the Marion County Public Health Department. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.