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We know that receiving a diagnosis can be confusing or even scary. We want you to know that you’re not alone; the physicians and clinical support team members at Indiana University Health are dedicated to helping you make informed decisions about your healthcare.
Every patient is an important part of their care team, so we offer patient-and family-centered care through individualized care plans. Choose one of the options below to learn more about the services we provide and treatment options available to you.
Asthma, common allergies, allergic reactions and other breathing-related conditions
Services providing comfort and safety before, during and after your surgical procedure, in labor and delivery or with emergency procedures
Manage joint, muscle and connective tissue conditions
Surgical weight loss programs and non-surgical medically supervised weight loss programs
Inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care for a wide range of mental health diagnoses
Inpatient and outpatient care for all types of cancer, including breast, pediatric and gastrointestinal
Comprehensive care, also called intensive care, for severe illness or injury including organ failure, cancer, trauma and respiratory support
Treatment of skin conditions including acne, skin cancers and psoriasis
Conditions of the endocrine system, such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism and thyroid cancer
Treatment of disorders of the head and neck, especially those related to the ears, nose and throat
Emergency department, urgent care centers and trauma center
Screening services, diagnostic procedures and medical and surgical treatments for gastrointestinal and liver diseases
Medical treatments, education, counseling and research all aimed at enhancing the quality of life for older adults
Cardiovascular care, including coronary artery disease and vascular surgery
Treatments that can be done in the comfort of home, including chemotherapy, IV antibiotics, and tube feeding
Patient comfort, pain management and improvement of quality of life for patients with a life-limiting illness
Coordinated care to manage all aspects of your hospital stay
Treatment of non-life threatening injuries and conditions that require immediate attention
International travel related health concerns, HIV care and infections and fevers of unknown origin
Specializing in diagnosing and treating genetic disorders
Kidney related conditions, including kidney disease, hypertension, kidney stones, dialysis and transplant
Treatment of neurological conditions, including stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, brain aneurysms and tumors
Mobile and on-site occupational services that provide high quality medical care to your employees
Treatment of common and uncommon eye conditions and diseases
Treatment of injuries to the musculoskeletal system, including bones, joints, muscles and the spine
Treatments for patients suffering from pain due to conditions such as fibromyalgia or cancer
Inpatient and outpatient laboratory services for a wide range of conditions and diseases
Treatment of a wide range of conditions specifically geared toward children
Physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy
Family medicine, internal medicine and internal medicine-pediatrics
Treatment of lung disorders, including COPD, lung cancer, lung infections and asthma
Radiology imaging services, including X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and CT scan
Sleep testing and treatments for patients with sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea or restless leg syndrome
Intestinal, pancreas, liver, kidney, lung, heart and pediatric transplants
Comprehensive treatments of complex and severe traumatic injuries, pediatric to adult, including critical care transport and injury prevention
Treatment for conditions of the urinary tract, including kidney stones and testicular, bladder and prostate cancers
Women’s health services, including gynecology, maternity and pelvic floor disorders
Treatment of complicated or non-healing wounds, including hyperbaric oxygen therapy and negative pressure therapy
Over 3,500 highly skilled physicians call us home. No matter what our patients face, our specialists have the skill and strength needed, because we’ve seen everything from the most common to the most complex cases.
The IU Health staff makes research-based decisions and stays abreast of the latest innovations. Our flexibility and depth of experience allows our specialists to use the latest, most promising treatments. We’ve partnered with IU School of Medicine to provide our experts access to the latest research and our patients access to the latest treatments.