Community Health Network’s MedCheck walk-in clinics put high-quality, convenient medical care right in your community. At any of our seven MedCheck locations in Central Indiana, you’ll see doctors with experience and training in family medicine, including pediatrics and adult medicine. You’ll talk to registered nurses with advanced training.
What’s more, you’ll find that these professionals are available when you need them—including evenings and weekends. They take the time to get to know your family, and work hard to get you back to your life, on your schedule.
Whether you’re dealing with a fever, cold or cough, or experiencing headaches, vomiting and diarrhea or a broken bone, MedCheck can help when your doctor is not available, or if you don’t have a personal or family physician. If you need, we have lab, x-ray and minor surgical capabilities on site. We also can do your sports physicals, asthma treatments and other urgent and routine care. We’ll even check your blood pressure for free, anytime.
So the next time you need convenient but quality walk-in medical care, try MedCheck. A MedCheck likely sits just minutes from your home, ready to provide services to your whole family.
MedCheck's change to walk-in clinics; Community Health Network reduces fees to better serve patient needs
In these economic times where cutting back is part of planning the household budget, Community Health Network is working to keep urgent and routine health care costs to a minimum. That is why Community’s MedCheck urgent care clinics are now walk-in clinics. The new model maintains all of the services patients are used to receiving at an urgent care facility, but now at a reduced price. As a walk-in care facility, the visit fee is reduced from that of an urgent care co-pay, which is typically in-between the cost of a visit to a physician’s office and an emergency room visit, to that of a physician office co-pay.
“Patients still receive the same excellent care but only pay for the physician office visit co-pay, rather than an urgent care fee, which is typically more,” says Linda Erwin, MedCheck clinical director. MedCheck is a participating provider in many insurance plans. Cash, check and credit cards are also accepted and fees are the same as those of a physician office visit.
FAQ - Walk-in care vs. urgent care