Indianapolis Men’s Clinic is merging with national nonprofit organization Men’s Health Partners. By joining with Men’s Health Partners, IMC says it will be able to grow its local men’s health practice to the national scale.
To coincide with the merger and rebranding, the clinic says it has developed a new patient-centric website focused on men’s health.
“Our vision is to become a national leader in men’s health,” said Shauli Greenspan, chief executive officer of Men’s Health Partners. “Treating patients is what we do best, and this merger and rebranding allows us to address our patients needs more globally. This is not just cosmetic; we’ve taken this opportunity to evolve our service line and our treatment pathways to better address our client’s needs.”
MHP and IMC say the pandemic further emphasized a need for men’s healthcare that was not being met.
“We have always offered a discreet and confidential approach to our clients,” said Ty Hopkins, COO of Men’s Health Partners, “after treating over 35,000 men, we understand their needs and we know what works. A vast majority of our clients have tried online pills to remedy a pretty complex disease, these pills often fail with time. We have achieved a 95% success rate with our clients, and we want to close that gap even more.”
Men’s Health Partners provides non-surgical treatments to resolve ED & Peyronie’s, as well as weight loss, hormone deficiencies, and provide STD testing.