Immediate Care

Hancock Immediate Care is an outpatient care clinic. Patients 4 months of age and older can be seen by a nurse practitioner. Conditions treated include:

  • muscle sprains
  • ear and throat infections
  • bronchitis
  • colds and flu

What is a nurse practitioner?

Nurse practitioners (NP) are registered nurses with advanced education and clinical training. They work in collaboration with a physician and are qualified and licensed to:

  • Obtain medical histories and perform physical exams
  • Diagnose and treat common health problems
  • Order lab work and X-rays and provide treatment based on findings
  • Write prescriptions


We know your time is valuable!  Hancock Regional Hospital strives for Immediate Care patients to be seen and treated in a timely manner. X-ray facilities are available on site.


Immediate Care visit is billed as an outpatient  visit with the nurse practitioner as the provider. There may be additional charges incurred in X-rays, lab tests, or if supplies are needed. It is not considered an emergency room visit.

Immediate Care visits are accepted for reimbursement by several insurance plans. Please check your individual plan if you have any concerns.


Hancock Regional Center of Health
124 W. Muskegon Dr. (Just West of SR9 and Ameriana Bank)
Greenfield, IN
(317) 468.HELP (4357)


9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., 7 days a week.

If your illness or injury is potentially life-threatening, please call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Department.