Indiana University Health Arnett Primary Care physicians are committed to promoting healthy lifestyles and preventive medicine through high-quality, personalized care for patients of all ages. We provide primary care services, including internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics and women’s health, at several convenient locations.
Our team of providers is dedicated to getting and keeping you well. We work with you to develop individualized treatment plans that fit your lifestyle and health status. We offer diagnosis and treatment of many conditions, as well as comprehensive management for chronic illnesses. We also offer preventive care, routine physical exams and other health maintenance services, such as nutritional counseling.
Our pediatricians and family medicine physicians are part of Riley Physicians at Indiana University Health, a collaboration between Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health and a network of Indiana University Health Physicians. Riley Physicians expertly treat your child’s everyday health needs. We provide specialized care for children and share good health habits that will benefit them throughout their lives.
IU Health Arnett Hospital Primary Care physicians provide primary healthcare for the entire family. They offer the following services at Greater Lafayette medical offices and regional medical centers:
- Cancer screenings
- Care for infants, children, teens, adults and seniors
- Dermatological procedures, including mole removal and skin biopsies
- Department of Transportation (DOT) drug and alcohol screenings*
- Sports physicals*
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) physicals*
- Geriatric care, including extended care facility supervised care*
- Men’s health
- Prenatal and obstetric care*
- Preventive care
- Women’s health
- Management of chronic health conditions in adults, such as diabetes, hypertension and high blood cholesterol
*Available at select locations
Indiana University Health Arnett Hospital Primary Care has received recognition from the Diabetes Recognition Program of the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for providing quality care to patients with diabetes. The Diabetes Recognition Program has 10 measures, which cover areas such as HbA1c control, blood pressure control, LDL control, eye examinations, nephropathy assessment, smoking status and cessation advice or treatment. This recognition shows the dedication IU Health Arnett Hospital has to providing the highest level of diabetes care.
View a complete list of our locations.