IU Health - Frankfort
IU Health Frankfort Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital committed to meeting the healthcare needs of the residents of Frankfort and Clinton County. IU Health Frankfort Hospital is part of the Indiana University Health System, Indiana’s largest comprehensive health system. This facility has a unique partnership with the Indiana University School of Medicine giving their highly trained physicians access to innovative treatments using the latest research and technology. The facility was built and equipped to handle all types of emergency situations and offers fullservice lab and general radiology services, as well as MRI and diagnostic ultrasound.
Frankfort, Indiana is within the greater Indianapolis area comprised of neighborhoods filled with quality homes and more than 16,400 friendly residents. Known as the “Gem City” for its brightness back in the new electric light era, it was said you could see Frankfort shine from miles away on the prairie due to the new electric lights and its location. The capital of Clinton County and “home of the Hot Dogs,” Frankfort boasts a large industrial Park, employing more than 3,500 people who work at Frito-Lay or Land ‘O Lakes Purina Feeds. The Frankfort Public Library has been nationally recognized as one of the top five libraries in the nation. The school system is excellent as well as the recreational opportunities with Frankfort’s six city parks and Olympicsize swimming pool. The downtown square is home to several small businesses including restaurants, a florist, day spa, furniture store, bank and much more.