Family Medicine Care - Saxony
13121 Olio Road, Suite 300
Fishers, IN 46037
Monday - Thursday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Billing questions: 317-621-0900
Family Medicine Care, Saxony is located in Fishers, Indiana, just north of Indianapolis in the Community Health Pavilion Saxony. To get here, just exit off I-69 at Hamilton Towne Center.
Meet our providers
We built our practice with you in mind!
Life is busy enough without feeling like your healthcare is just one more thing to do. At Family Medicine Care, Saxony (formerly Olio Road Family Care), we want your personal healthcare to be a great experience—where you feel like a person and friend, not just a patient.
Family Medicine Care, Saxony is a practice in Fishers that is built around small town values like friendliness, personal attention and time. We understand the challenges of juggling jobs, children, school and activities—because we do it too. We are a part of this community. You’re likely to see us at the hardware store, the soccer field, or the local grocery. And we hope you do, because we’re in this together.
Welcome to your patient-centered medical home!
What is a patient-centered medical home? It’s a model of care where you will have greater access to your personal doctor who coordinates your care through all stages of life, no matter your age or specific needs. In a patient-centered medical home, YOU are the center of the healthcare team. Your team is headed by your primary care doctor and includes all the healthcare specialists who help coordinate your care. All team members communicate through a shared electronic medical record system called MyChart, which you can also access to review your health history, check test results, and more. As partners, you and your healthcare team share responsibility to ensure you receive the best possible healthcare.
Colon cancer prevention
It has been said that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We believe this to be true. As a part of your continuing care, you need to have a physical with your family physician once a year. The American Cancer Society and Academy of Family Physicians recommends that you get a colorectal screening every 10 years after age 50. One method of screening is colonoscopy. Colon cancer is highly treatable. If colon cancer is found and treated early, the 5-year survival rate is 90%. But because many people are not getting tested, only 39% of cases are diagnosed at this early stage when treatment is so successful.
Adolescents face many awkward changes and challenges with school, sports, hormones, emotions, etc. We recommend annual physicals for adolescents to evaluate their physical and emotional growth and development, and we help screen them for the many social changes they are going through in their lives. Please call us today to set up a physical appointment for your child.
Health Care Innovations Exchange
The U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's comprehensive program is intended to accelerate the development and adoption of innovations in health care delivery. This program supports AHRQ's mission to improve the safety, effectiveness, patient-centeredness, timeliness, efficiency, and equity of care.