Indiana Health Center at Marion (2 hours and 45 minutes South of Chicago)
Indiana Health Centers (IHC) provides health care services to the medically underserved populations of Indiana. We began in 1977 by providing health care services to the migrant farmworkers of Indiana. Please take some time to review our videos on the home page of our web site located at www.indianahealthonline.org “Doctors on Wheels” is narrative of the plight of the migrant farmworker and the services we have provided to them over the years. It originally aired on PBS.
Indiana Health Centers, Inc. (IHC) is an organization that continuously learns and strives for excellence. Staying customer focused has brought us to many populations, locations, services, and funding sources. IHC serves some of the most vulnerable populations in Indiana, including low income Hoosiers, the homeless, and migrating farm workers. IHC has locations in both urban and rural locations, offering a broad range of services. Some services are also field based as appropriate.
IHC is proud to have funding from the Indiana Bureau of Primary Care since 1977. IHC had been a contracted sponsoring agency for the Indiana WIC Program since 1978. At the request of then Governor Evan Bayh, IHC absorbed and has operated the state-funded Consolidated Outreach Project for farm workers since 1990. And, IHC opened the first state-funded health center in Cass County in 1994.
IHC meets and maintains all the qualifications as both a Medicaid and Medicare provider, and is a preferred provider of some commercial insurance plans. IHC is known by funding sources and colleagues alike as having a strong and effective consumer-driven governing board. For more information on IHC and to view our clinic videos, please visit our web page at:
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