Franciscan Immediate Care Centers in Carmel and Castleton are there when you need urgent care for an accident or illness that is not serious enough to require a visit to a hospital emergency room.
More than 100,000 patients visit our five Immediate Care Centers each year for urgent care services including:
- minor burns
- cuts, scrapes and broken bones
- lab testing
- sports, school, camp, work and insurance physicals
- electrocardiogram testing (EKG)
- drug screenings
Immediate Care - Now in Carmel and Castleton
The Immediate Care offers accessible, efficient and high-quality urgent medical care without the need to schedule an appointment. At least one doctor and a highly trained staff are available to see you every day of the year, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Most health plans cover Franciscan Immediate Care Center services, and we gladly file insurance claims on your behalf. For patients without health insurance, we offer a 25% discount when payment is made in full at time of service. We accept cash, checks and credit cards for copayments and full service.
Franciscan Immediate Care participates in many popular commercial insurance plans, including:
- United Healthcare
- Cigna/Great West (GWH)
- Advantage 360°/Advantage St. Francis
Additionally, we are considered an “in-network” provider for many other plans. We are happy to file insurance claims on your behalf. However, we cannot guarantee coverage, so if you’re unsure about your benefits, you should check with your coverage provider first by calling the number on the back of your insurance card.
Franciscan Immediate Care is a participating urgent-care provider for these Medicare, Medicaid and Healthy Indiana plans*:
- Traditional Indiana Medicaid, packages A-E & Care Select
- Anthem St. Francis Medicaid
- Anthem Medicaid
- Anthem HIP
- Managed Health Services HIP
- MDWise Hoosier Alliance
- MDWise HIP
*Note: Some of these plans require a referral from your primary care physician for urgent care services to be covered. It is your responsibility to obtain a referral from your physician, if needed.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency,
call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.