Indiana University Health Arnett is committed to providing expert care and service for your whole family close to home. Our new West Lafayette Medical Office is conveniently located at 253 Sagamore Parkway West (US 52).

With nationally recognized expertise unlike any other system in the state, we provide coordinated care between your primary care physician and our highly skilled specialists. That means no matter what your medical condition, there will always be seamless communication between your medical teams. Our partnership with the Indiana University School of Medicine also allows us to offer faster access to the latest innovations and treatment options. From newborns to seniors, we have the strength to help patients live healthier lives.

Urgent Care

Indiana University Health Arnett Urgent Care at West Lafayette has extended hours, 7 am – 9 pm every day and 8 am – 8 pm on holidays. No appointment is necessary. Call-ahead appointments are available by calling 765.448.8100.

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253 Sagamore Parkway West
West Lafayette, IN 47906

Phone 765.448.8100

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Patient-Centered Medical Home

The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has recognized our West Lafayette Physicians Practice (Internal Medicine, Pediatrics) as a Level Two recognized Patient-Centered Medical Home Practice.

A “Medical Home” is defined as a medical office where a team of healthcare professionals, led by your personal physician, work together to make sure your health is overseen before, during and after your visit. This program is designed to be more proactive than the traditional primary care practice setting and improve patient care. The focus is on keeping you well.


Indiana University Health Arnett Internal Medicine has received recognition from the Diabetes Recognition Program of the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for providing quality care to our patients with diabetes.

The Diabetes Recognition Program acknowledges healthcare professionals who provide excellent care to their patients and use evidence-based practices. The NCQA bases the designation on eye exams, blood pressure tests, nutrition therapy and patient satisfaction. When people with diabetes receive quality care as outlined in this program, they are less likely to suffer complications such as heart attacks, stroke, blindness, kidney disease and amputations.

This recognition shows that IU Health Arnett Internal Medicine is dedicated to providing the highest-level diabetes care.