In the Community
Indiana University Health North Hospital has been a leading healthcare provider in central Indiana since its opening in December 2005. In addition to providing high-quality, compassionate care, we are proud to be an active, committed and contributing member of the community.
IU Health North Hospital has a strong presence across Indianapolis’ northern suburbs, and supports numerous not-for-profit and government agencies including schools, police and fire departments, and six chambers of commerce. Other community partners include the Carmel Symphony Orchestra, Carmel Farmer’s Market, Trinity Free Clinic, Chaucie’s Place, Aspire Indiana, Inc., the Indiana Women in Need (I.W.I.N.) Foundation, Casting for Recovery, the Gabriel Project, Heart & Soul Clinic, Zionsville Farmer's Market and many others.
In 2014, IU Health North Hospital was proud to become a founding partner of the Partnership for a Healthy Hamilton County in conjunction with Community Health Network, Franciscan St. Francis Health Carmel, and St. Vincent Carmel. This group seeks to improve and maintain the health of all county residents.
IU Health North Hospital team members donate a great deal of time to community organizations through the system-wide "Strength that Cares" volunteer program. Currently, there are more than 200 team members at IU Health North Hospital participating in the program.
IU Health North Hospital is committed to its community and fostering the health of its residents and employees.
Celebrating Diversity - a Touching Tribute
IU Health North Hospital is dedicated to being a contributing member of the community. Today's workforce requires a diverse group of assocaites, and IU Health North Hospital is committed to creating and sustaining a high-performing workforce by fully engaging diverse staff toward a common vision and mission.
IU Health North Hospital celebrates our diversity. Watch our tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.