The nurse practitioners and staff at the Riverview Health Community Clinic provide primary medical care for people of all ages. Our staff—supervised by a board certified family physician—is trained to care for your entire family, from newborns to seniors.
Our nurse practitioners and staff work to establish a relationship with all patients in order to provide the best care possible. From routine health physicals to more pressing medical concerns, our staff is here to care for you and to answer your questions along the way.
In addition to primary medical care, prenatal care and education is available for non-high risk expectant mothers until 28 weeks gestation, when the mother is referred to a Riverview Health obstetrician for the duration of the pregnancy and delivery.
In addition, a podiatrist is available on a monthly basis to provide foot care, including the treatment of infections, foot pain or bone abnormalities.
For those who are managing a diabetic condition, we offer a certified diabetes educator who can provide guidance on living with diabetes, managing medication and more.
Patients wishing to receive medical care at the Riverview Health Community Clinic must meet the following eligibility guidelines:
Patients who do not have insurance are billed for services on a sliding fee scale according to their level of income. Riverview Health Community Clinic staff will work with you to complete the necessary paperwork prior to receiving medical care. Pre-payment is due at the time of check-in.
601 Westfield Rd., Building A
Noblesville, IN 46062
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday:
8 am to 4:30 pm
Wednesday: 4 pm to 9 pm