Serving central Indiana from Trafalgar since 1996 and expanding to five other locations, Windrose Health Network provides affordable family medicine through multiple state and federal assistance programs or on a sliding fee scale.
The mission of Windrose Health Network (WHN) is to improve the health of both its patients and the communities it serves by providing high-quality, family-oriented, primary and preventive health care services, with a particular emphasis on helping the poor, the medically underserved and vulnerable residents. As a Federally-Qualified Health Center, WHN accepts all people regardless of ability to pay and helps patients overcome language, economic, cultural and geographical barriers to obtaining health care services for themselves and for their families.
Indy is home to world-class universities, a vibrant arts and music scene, a competitive sports community, and some of the most robust bioscience and research organizations in the world. The city’s star is rising—Indy recently appeared alongside Melbourne and Copenhagen on Metropolis magazine’s list of nine global cities to watch.
North, south, east, or west of Indy’s circle center, the city is well connected and relatively congestion-free. The grid system actually makes sense here, and parking is rarely an issue. Even during a typical rush hour, the average commute is just 22 minutes.
Known as the “Crossroads of America” for its convenient access to several major interstates, Indianapolis is a short car trip to St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville, and Cincinnati. There’s also Greyhound or Megabus for regional travel, and the sparkling, LEED-certified Indianapolis International Airport offers a stress-free flying experience—prompting Condé Nast Traveler readers to vote it the “Best Airport in America” two years in a row.
With hundreds of public parks and the 1.5-mile Central Canal, the city ranks as one of the nation’s top three most livable downtowns. There’s no shortage of green space, gathering places, and boutique shopping. Marion County residents are an active bunch—they have their pick of gyms, yoga studios, running trails, and juice bars. Local farmers sell produce year-round at City Market, and the Indianapolis Public Library branches provide popular hangouts for families and freelancers.