IU Health Breaks Ground in McCordsville

IU Health Breaks Ground in McCordsville

Indiana University Health has broken ground on a new location in McCordsville, an outpatient physician office development that will offer primary care, OB/GYN and cardiovascular services.

Complete with 25 exam rooms and three procedure rooms, the outpatient suite will open to patients in fall 2024 with five physicians and two advanced practice providers specializing in primary care, at least one OB/GYN on-site daily, and a cardiologist on a weekly basis to start.

“In looking at where our IU Health patients come from today and through our research, we’ve found that patients would like to receive their healthcare closer to home but are traveling elsewhere because current service offerings aren’t diverse enough,” said Chad Dilley, chief operating officer at IU Health Saxony Hospital.

The opening of this outpatient office development is part of IU Health’s Fishers Community Impact Project, a $300 million investment 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 what has become one of the fastest growing areas in the state—Fishers and the northeast suburbs of Indianapolis.

“As we look at community growth rates, new commercial and housing developments and patient origin, we know that McCordsville is the next best place for us to plant IU Health care close to home,” Dilley continued. “This extension of IU Health primary and specialty care will be supported by the expanded scope of services provided at IU Health Saxony—soon to be IU Health Fishers, by the end of 2025.”

The outpatient suite, opening in fall 2024, is located at 5986 Main St., McCordsville.

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