Henry Community Health
Why Henry Community Health?
Our doctors tell us that they come to Henry Community Health because we offer a rewarding professional career, a safe and nurturing community to raise a family and easy proximity to Indianapolis and Muncie.
- We are big enough to have sophisticated technology yet small enough so our physicians don’t get lost in the crowd
- There is a collegial physician atmosphere
- Our administrative team and chief medical officer are well regarded by physicians
We asked our physicians why they like Henry Community Health and their practice with us. Even though life here isn’t always perfect, our physicians think they have made a good practice choice. Here is what they told us.
“You can come here and enjoy the benefits of a small community without giving up the opportunity to practice cutting edge medicine.”
– Dan House, MD, Board Certified Pathology
“The Medical Staff gets along well – we all work together for the betterment of our patients and their care. The size of the hospital is nice – it’s small, but technologically in step. “
– Bruce Benninger, MD, FACOG, Board Certified Obstetrics & Gynecology
“The patients really appreciate you’re here. They value having their own physician and having someone they can trust.”
– Amy Carter, MD, Board Certified Family Medicine
“I was in a bigger practice, but I prefer a smaller, more intimate environment like here at Henry Community Health. I know all the physicians by name. You don’t know how good it is until you get here.”
– Todd Wright, MD, Board Certified Radiology
I’d never had heart symptoms and my lab tests were good. Dr. David Barr’s advice to get an EKG revealed a problem called the “widow maker” that no one saw coming. Cardiologist Dr. Nathan Millikan sent me to St. Vincent Heart Center where he performed a heart catheterization. I was back at practice in record…
As a paraplegic, skin care is a concern. The Wound Care Center is outstanding. Whenever I have a problem I just call. It’s nice to communicate with a person you know. You have a lot more confidence in the process of health care. I also train at HealthRidge Wellness Center where they put together a…
When you need health care, service becomes the most important part of your life. A deep infection from an injury and a pre-existing heart condition could have claimed David’s life if not for the quick response of doctors and staff. I was so impressed that I decided to seek employment, said Joy, who now works…
I had uncontrolled migraines for several years before I turned to pain management specialist Dr. Scott Taylor. My last hope turned into a new beginning. Dr. Taylor found two deteriorating discs in my neck. He performed a procedure called nucleoplasty which alleviated my pain and allowed me to return to work in three days.
Knee surgery gave us back our active lifestyles thanks to the partial knee replacement surgery performed by Dr. Lindsey Rolston. Jennifer made the trip from Carmel for surgery that gave her the ability to enjoy walking again. And Jenny is thrilled that as a kindergarten teacher she can once again get up and down on…
Frequently Asked Questions
What services do you provide other than typical hospital ones?
We offer coordination, home health, hospice, outpatient pharmacies, advanced wound center, sleep center, sports medicine, anticoagulation clinic, HealthRidge Wellness and immediate care in addition to the the Hospital and practices in Henry Community Health Medical Group.
What type of specialty support do you have?
Physicians with Henry Community Health Medical Group provide specialty support in cardiology, OB/GYN, orthopedics, general surgeon, physiatry, pain management, allergy and immunology, infectious disease and wound care. Specialty services offered locally by other physicians include urology, podiatry, nephrology, pulmonology, ENT, dermatology, oncology and radiation oncology, and ophthalmology.
Henry Community Health offers our practice a broad spectrum of surgical opportunities. We work with a familiar high quality stable nursing staff in a family based environment. Richard Strong, General Surgery
The medical staff is up to date with the best practices and very knowledgeable. The standard of clinical care is very high. It’s what you would expect in big city America. Romel Antolin, Obstetrics & Gynecology
The cooperation between administration and the medical staff can’t be overemphasized. A lot of small hospitals and hospitals in general don’t have that. Lindsey Rolston, Orthopedic Surgery