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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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IU Health Expands Network of On-site Clinics with Opening in Frankfort

July 1, 2019 — Indiana University Health expanded its statewide network of on-site employer clinics under a new contract with the City of Frankfort and Clinton County. Under the new relationship with IU Health, employees and their covered family members receive a range of health services at no out-of-pocket cost.

“IU Health Business Solutions is honored to provide health care and partner with the City of Frankfort and Clinton County to enhance the well-being of their employees and families,” said Dr. Geraldine Darroca, medical director of Business Solutions at IU Health.

Services offered at the clinic include treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, diagnostic screenings, routine health screenings and women’s and men’s health exams. Individual and group health coaching programs also are offered.

Jack Dodd, Human Resources Director for the City of Frankfort, welcomes the clinic saying, “This partnership with IU Health, Clinton County and Frankfort Municipal Utilities reflects our commitment to our employees and our community. A healthy workforce is vital to the success of each department in our city. We believe the Associates Health Center is a tremendous benefit that will provide excellent care for our staff and their families in a convenient location and welcoming atmosphere.”

The clinic will serve nearly 400 employees and their 636 covered dependents and spouses from the City of Frankfort, Frankfort Utilities and Clinton County. The clinic is located at 1632 West Ind. 28 in Frankfort.

About IU Health Business Solutions

IU Health Business Solutions offers a range of customizable solutions for employers of all sizes, from on-site clinics, near-site clinics and occupational health to using existing IU Health urgent care centers. IU Health Business Solutions utilizes population health data to track key health and lifestyle indicators to monitor progress and drive meaningful health improvement.