Welcome New Patients

Affordable, Innovative Care

For Your Health

Welcome to WindRose Health Network, where our mission is to improve your health by providing high-quality, family-oriented, primary and preventive health care services. 

Below are the steps to schedule your first appointment and then prepare for your visit. This includes downloading the forms to fill out and what to expect when you arrive at one of our six health centers

As a Federally Qualified Health Center, WindRose Health accepts all people regardless of ability to pay and helps patients overcome language, economic, cultural and geographical barriers to obtaining health care services for themselves and for their families.

If you have any questions, please contact the health care center where you made your appointment.

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Your Appointment Steps

Step 1: Schedule an Appointment

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Epler Parke 317.534.4660
Hope 812.546.6000
Trafalgar 317.412.9190
Franklin 317.739.4848
County Line 317.884.7820
Edinburgh 812.526.9999

Note: HIP and Medicaid patients must be assigned to a WHN provider to establish care at our office.

Step 3: Arrive 15 Minutes Early to Your Appointment

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For your health and safety, be prepared for the following:

COVID screening

Your temperature will be taken

A new mask will be provided to you

Step 4: Check In With the Front Desk Receptionist

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Provide your identification

Provide your insurance card

Step 6: Meet Your New Primary Care Provider

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Provide your new PCP with all the medications your currently taking

Discuss your health concerns with your PCP

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WindRose Health Network launched in 1996 as a Rural Health Center based in Trafalgar, Indiana. Today, we have five locations from southern Indianapolis to Johnson and Bartholomew counties. 

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COVID-19 Update

Our Health Centers are open to in-person patient visits. For patient convenience and safety, we continue to offer Tele-Health Visits (if appropriate) for chronic health conditions and other medical issues. If you think you may have been exposed to COVID-19 or are having active COVID-19 symptoms, please call for medical advice before coming to your appointment.