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IU Health Pre-Admission Testing

Important COVID-19 Notice:

To protect you and our team, we are taking careful steps for everyone’s safety. If we do not contact you to reschedule, please plan to arrive for your appointment at your scheduled time.

  • Patients are encouraged to come to the appointment by themselves and will be screened. If the patient does not pass the screening, the appointment could be asked to reschedule their appointment.
  • One adult companion may accompany the patient (e.g. driver, caregiver) and will be screened. If the companion does not pass the screening they will be asked to leave.
  • If the companion is a parent or guardian of a minor child and does not pass the screening, another adult can be screened, or the appointment will be rescheduled.

Here is what you can expect at your in-office appointment for your safety:

  • All office staff and providers will be wearing a mask.
  • All patients and visitors age 2 and older will be required to wear a mask, which we will provide.
  • We follow strict procedures for cleaning surfaces between each patient visit.
  • We have spaced out waiting areas to enable social distancing and set up new ways to limit your time spent in waiting areas.

If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19:

Learn more about the steps we’re taking to keep you safe. Besides in-person visits, we continue to offer Virtual Visits based on your needs. If you have questions or would like to confirm your appointment, please call your provider’s office.

We want to make sure you are prepared for surgery and anesthesia at IU Health. With pre-admission testing, we will perform physicals, diagnostic testing and medical history to screen and optimize medical conditions that may affect your surgical outcome.

Pre-Admission Testing is staffed with a team of medical professionals, including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nurses. Clinic staff also provide education to patients prior to surgery.

Your surgeon will determine if you need to be seen in the PAT Clinic.

Learn more about what to expect with pre-admission testing.