Here’s where (and how) we’re open to serve you.

We know it’s confusing to try to figure out how to get medical care these days. Not only has the virus cancelled schools and milestone celebrations, it’s also made it difficult to figure out what’s open and what’s not for your regular doctor’s appointments, tests, and what to expect in our emergency room.

Keeping that in mind, we created the list below, which we’ll update regularly:


  • Immediate Care
    • Greenfield Immediate Care is open and available to see all non-respiratory patients.
    • Gateway Immediate Care remains closed.
  • Counseling
    • Seeing all patients virtually.
  • Endocrinology
    • Seeing most patients virtually.
  • Infectious Disease, Rheumatology, and Cardiothoracic Surgery (HIM-Greenfield)
    • Seeing new patients in the office.
    • Seeing follow-ups virtually.
  • Neurology
    • Seeing patients virtually.
    • Seeing select patients for Botox injections.
    • Performing some EMGs on a case-by-case basis.
  • Plastic Surgery
    • Seeing patients in-person as needed.
    • Scheduling some surgeries.
    • Seeing patients virtually.
  • Primary Care
    • Expanding to more in-person visits.
    • Also utilizing virtual visits.
  • Ortho/Foot & Ankle
    • Seeing all referrals.
    • Scheduling some surgeries.
    • Seeing some patients virtually.
  • OB/GYN
    • Seeing obstetrics and acute patients.
    • Seeing patients for preventive visits.
    • Seeing a few patients virtually.
  • General Surgery
    • Seeing new and established referrals.
    • Seeing urgent patients.
    • Heartburn clinic will resume seeing patients the first week of June.


  • Staggering imaging appointment times (to avoid having patients in the waiting room).
  • COVID patients and suspected COVID patients are receiving chest X-rays at our triage clinic. Chest ultrasounds, CT scans, and X-rays (other than chest X-rays) are being performed at the hospital. Please work with your healthcare provider to schedule these.
  • Diagnostic imaging exams are occurring at our McCordsville, Parkway, Gateway, and New Palestine locations.
  • Nuclear Medicine is open and scheduling appointments at the hospital.
  • Mammography screenings are being performed at our McCordsville, Parkway, Gateway, and New Palestine locations.
  • The James T. Anderson, M.D., Center for Women’s Health scheduling diagnostic mammograms, breast ultrasounds, stereotactic breast biopsies, and breast localizations (for surgery).
  • Routine follow-up exams for oncology patients are being scheduled at our McCordsville, Parkway, Gateway, and New Palestine locations.
  • Radiation therapy for oncology patients is being completed at the hospital.
  • PET scans are taking place on Thursdays at the hospital.

We hope this list of what’s open and what’s not helps answer your questions about where to go for the care you need. But if you have more questions, please contact us at 317-462-5544. And, remember, we’re all in this together!