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Written by Emma Avila, email@example.com, writer for IU Health’s Indianapolis Suburban Region
IU Health's investment in the Fishers community includes stand-alone outpatient physician office developments, in addition to the expansion of IU Health Saxony.
IU Health team members recently hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of the new primary care suite on USA Parkway in Fishers.
This space combines multiple existing primary care practices into one centralized location, right off I-69, between 106th and 116th streets. As of September, there will be seven physicians, two physician assistants, one pharmacist and one psychologist in the office.
Dr. LeeAnne Nazer, a family medicine physician, said her patients have had a positive reaction to the new space.
“We’re the same providers they’ve had. It’s just a little different setting. It’s the same staff they’ve seen before, so that familiarity is still there,” she said. “This community is growing so fast, and this is absolutely a need. We’ve added two new physicians here. There are plans to add more in the future, so we have lots of opportunity to see the growing population.”
This space is part of IU Health’s $300 million investment in Fishers, which includes a significant expansion of the IU Health Saxony Hospital campus and services, and the addition of offsite, outpatient access to primary care and specialists to more holistically meet the needs of one of Indiana’s fastest-growing communities.
“A key piece of being able to grow our presence here is primary care. We really feel honored to be able to invest in the Fishers community like this, and in our team,” said Chad Dilley, chief operating officer of IU Health Saxony—soon to be IU Health Fishers. “The set-up of this facility was designed by the frontline team members. When you’re able to see a vision come to reality, it’s just a special time. Such care and thoughtfulness have gone into making sure the patients are taken care of in the community.”
The address for the office is 11100 USA Parkway in Fishers. While more permanent signage is being created, there are temporary signs to guide patients to the correct building.