Who is looking out for your health?
It’s no secret that many people often go to the doctor at the last minute when something is wrong. Walk-in urgent care clinics are affordable and can help you get better quickly, but who is looking out for your overall health during the rest of the year?
At PrimaryCare Indy, our team of medical professionals has one goal: to help you effectively manage your health issues and stay healthy. If you don’t have a primary care provider looking out for your health, don’t wait any longer. Contact us today and schedule your first appointment!
COVID-19 Testing: Through UrgentCare Indy, we are providing quick and easy COVID-19 (coronavirus) testing for qualified patients. Have questions? Call our Urgent Care front desk at 317-749-0709 for questions or to learn more about our COVID-19 testing through UrgentCare Indy.
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Primary Care: Who, What, & Why...?
Who needs primary care…? In short, everyone can benefit — and often for free if it’s your yearly check-up.* The CDC recommends visiting a primary care provider throughout the year, but the truth is that many Americans do not have one, especially young adults. Without consistent check-ups and medical advice from a trusted provider, it is more likely that health conditions will develop over time for the average patient.What is Primary Care…? Primary Care is focused on helping patients achieve two health goals: (1) To manage existing health conditions; and (2) To prevent new issues from arising. In other words, Primary Care is about helping patients get chronic issues under control and working with them to stay healthy in the long run.
*Many health insurance providers include a free annual primary care visit with their plans. Ask your insurance provider today, or give us a call to find out if you qualify for a free exam!
Experience The Best Care, The Best Way, Each Day.
At PrimaryCare Indy, you can expect the best care, the best way, each and every day. As a division of Pike Medical Consultants, PrimaryCare Indy is proud to retain a medical team of highly qualified individuals who are devoted to serving each of our patients with compassion, devotion, and respect.
Our primary care clinic offers the following services to our patients:
- Blood pressure and cholesterol
- Diabetes management
- Radiology and on-site labs
- Mental health
- Immunizations and vaccinations
- Acute and preventive care
In addition to primary care, we also offer urgent care in a shared clinic space with additional medical providers ready to serve your individual urgent care needs when issues arise outside of office hours. Our primary care patients enjoy the added convenience of a walk-in clinic with hours available seven days a week (except certain holidays).
Scheduling routine doctor’s visits, including your annual physical exam, is important to maintain overall health. Over time, your primary care doctor forms a complete picture of your past and current health to better protect you against future health complications. In between exams, your primary care doctor can also help to diagnose and treat minor illnesses and injuries.
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Though you should always try to set up an appointment with your primary care doctor before using an urgent care clinic, choose urgent care for non-emergency conditions that arise when your primary care doctor is not available, such as:
- Upper respiratory problems, such as sore throat, earache or sinus symptoms
- Non-life threatening allergic reactions
- Minor skin infections and rashes
- Minor burns
- Insect bites, minor animal or human bites
- Urinary tract infections
- Minor cuts, contusions or abrasions
Always choose emergency care when you are faced with a severe, life-threatening condition. Dial 9-1-1 or visit your ER right away if you or someone around you is experiencing any of the following emergency symptoms or conditions:
- Chest pains or symptoms of heart attack or stroke
- Loss of consciousness
- Abdominal pain
- Head injury or pain
- Choking or difficulty breathing
- Open fractures, severe cuts, burns or uncontrollable bleeding
- Fever in elderly individuals or young children