Noblesville-based Aspire Indiana Health has opened a new health center in Grant County. The organization says the clinic, located at the former Madison-Grant United School Corp. administration building, will provide primary healthcare services to students, as well as their families, school staff and community members.

The new clinic is the result of a partnership between Aspire and the school district. Aspire says students requiring care during school hours can go to the on-site health center in a similar fashion to seeing a school nurse.

The organization says the clinic opened with three new full-time workers. The facility will provide a variety of services, including family medicine, prescriptions, lab tests, pediatrics, acute and chronic care management, elder care, and Hepatitis C treatment. 

“Part of Aspire’s mission is to serve underserved populations,” Jerry Landers, vice president of strategy and business development for Aspire, said in a statement to Inside INdiana Business. “What better place to do that than at a school that serves as the hub for a large rural area?”

The clinic is located on the grounds of Madison-Grant Jr.-Sr. High School. Aspire says while the clinic is open to anyone, non-students will not be allowed to enter any school buildings.