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Exciting Benefits of Eskenazi Health’s New Facility

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Eskenazi Health Thomas & Arlene Grande Campus, which opens on April 17, offers so many advantages to patients and other community members. Here are just a few reasons you will appreciate this new Eskenazi Health location at 6002 E. 38th St.:

Thoughtfully designed to help you with navigation. Despite its size — 95,000 square feet — the facility is constructed to feel manageable. A kiosk near the front door provides directions and a map; languages include Spanish, English and Haitian Creole.

The second floor houses Eskenazi Health Center Grande, which provides primary care services. You can also find optometry services and an optical shop along with podiatry. Chiropractic services will be available this summer.

The first floor comprises all the other health care services and community offerings in the facility.

Numerous health care options. Physical therapy/rehabilitation services and Sandra Eskenazi Mental Health Center services are available on the first floor. You can access imaging services nearby. Financial counseling for patients is located near the north entry. Other services on the first floor include the Eskenazi Health Oklak Family Pharmacy and Marion County Public Health Department (MCPHD)’s dental care and two services for families: a B.A.B.E. (Beds and Britches, Etc.) store and W.I.C. (Women, Infants and Children) nutrition services.

A pleasant — and convenient — setting. Visitors who want to play a tune can use the grand piano. Lactation rooms are available for nursing mothers. Beautiful artwork contributes to the calm environment. A cafe gives visitors access to meals between appointments, and a grocery store next door to the facility, Indy Fresh Market, makes it easy for visitors to tackle multiple errands at once.

Functional outdoor spaces. A pear and apple tree orchard are planned for the property along with a farm that will be much like The Sky Farm at the downtown Eskenazi Health campus, providing produce for the cafe and teaching kitchen. Walking trails will branch from the center for easy strolls.

Socially conscious construction. The building was constructed to meet the standards of LEED Silver certification; it’s efficient and full of light. Registration desks were crafted by Purposeful Design, a company employing individuals from homeless missions. While plentiful parking is included, the building’s bike racks and location on the IndyGo Purple Line encourage alternate forms of transportation as well.

Community resources. A tech hub and multipurpose room are available for community members. The facility’s wellness area houses a teaching kitchen. This kitchen, which includes a screen projecting a close-up of the cooking, will help patients prepare healthy meals.
Recall that if you are a patient at one of the centers moving to the new building — Eskenazi Health Center Forest Manor or Eskenazi Health Center North Arlington — your appointments on or after April 17 will be at 6002 E. 38th St. If you have questions about the move, please call 317.880.7666.
We look forward to serving you at this brand-new facility!

Broderick Rhyant, M.D., chief physician executive with Eskenazi Health Center Grande

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