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Hendricks is an independent, nationally recognized, nonprofit health system serving west central Indiana. We offer two acute care hospitals with 166 total beds, six outpatient medical centers and a multi-specialty physician network. We offer an extensive primary care base and flourishing programs in orthopedics, pediatrics, women’s health, cancer services, cardiovascular care, critical care medicine and many more specialized services not usually associated with organizations our size.
At Hendricks, we are strongly positioned as the high-quality, low-cost health care provider in our market. Our vision is to be the indispensable health care partner to all those we serve. We have strategically invested in our facilities, infrastructure and technology, and offer a unified electronic medical record system (Epic) for more integrated care. And now, because of our membership in the Mayo Clinic Care Network, our physicians have access to Mayo Clinic’s latest research, diagnostic and treatment resources, as well as the ability to consult directly with Mayo Clinic experts on complex cases.
Hendricks County is known for its top-ranked schools, amazing healthcare and quality of life. Just minutes from downtown Indianapolis, we are home to many cultural attractions, parks and nature trails. In addition, through our partnerships with over 500 business organizations and 290 local nonprofit groups, Hendricks is a proud sponsor of many of our community’s most beloved events and seasonal traditions.
Our associates appreciate that we have partnered with the Hendricks Regional Health YMCA and Richard A. Carlucci Recreation & Aquatic Center to provide lower cost memberships for our associates and their families – helping everyone stay healthy and active.
Nearby destinations include the Indianapolis Zoo in White River State Park, the world famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Newfields, Mass Ave Arts District, Connor Prairie, Brown County State Park, the famous covered bridges of Parke County and much, much more.