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About Community Hospital South in Indianapolis

History of Community Hospital South

1961

  • Medico Environs, now Community Hospital South, opened for patient care.

1963

  • Medico Environs became University Heights Hospital in 1963.

1982

  • Ground was broken for the new site of University Heights Hospital.

1989

  • University Heights Hospital became Community Hospital South.

1993

  • The family rooms opened at Community South, joining Community Hospital North in offering LDRP (labor, delivery, recovery, postpartum) rooms.

2002

  • Community South expanded its cardiovascular services. The expansion included adding a recovery room, research space and a Healthy Hearts Center.

2007

  • Emergency department expansion opened, featuring a re-designed front entrance and a 19,000-square-foot addition including 16 more private patient rooms, all-private triage rooms and an expanded waiting area.

2008

  • New ER receives certification for "green" design by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System, coordinated by the U.S. Green Building Council.
  • Groundbreaking ceremony held for the Next Evolution of Community Hospital South, a $130 million expansion.

2010

  • Expansion project completed.

2014

  • World-class cancer center scheduled to open on the Community Hospital South campus.

Proud sponsors

  • Indiana Fever
  • Indianapolis Indians
  • Indiana Pacers
  • Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing
  • Indy Eleven
  • Indy Fuel

Health and wellness shopping

  • Home Health Medical online store for medical supplies and equipment
  • Wellspring Pharmacy
  • FigLeaf Boutique
  • Jasmine gift shop