LifeSpring is proud to offer comprehensive primary care services to individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. Services are offered on the LifeSpring sliding fee scale, with costs determined by household income.
LifeSpring Health Systems primary care services serves as a patient centered medical home (PCMH) for our primary care patients. The PCMH is a care delivery model whereby patient treatment is coordinated through their primary care provider to ensure they receive the necessary care when and where they need it. We work to ensure our patients receive seamless services across the healthcare system. Our team wraps services around the patient to make sure they get appropriate healthcare services, including specialty care, laboratory and radiology care, inpatient services, care coordination, language services, and anything else that may be necessary. Our primary care teams are designed around the patient’s needs, so the patient doesn’t have to be the one doing the difficult work of figuring out how to navigate complicated healthcare systems.
Some more information on Patient Centered Medical Homes can be found HERE
Frequently Asked Questions about Primary Care Services
Q: Do I have to be a patient of LifeSpring to access primary care services?
A: No, anyone can access primary care services. You do not have to have a mental health or addiction concern, although it’s okay if you do- we can treat that!
Q: How do I access services?
A: Contact any location below or 812-280-2080 to schedule an appointment.
Q: How quickly can I get an appointment?
A: We work very hard to keep our appointment schedule convenient for our patients. New patients can typically be seen within a week. Established patients who are sick are typically seen same day or next day. We also keep some open access time with the doctor every week. This 4 hour block allows anyone who needs to be seen to just walk in. The day/time for this clinic changes, so be sure to call ahead.
Q: Do I have to have insurance?
A: No, we can see anyone. We provide services on a sliding fee scale basis. The sliding fee scale is based on household income and dependents living in the household. For individuals whose household income is less than 100% of the Federal Poverty Level, the charge will be no more than $15.00. The sliding fee scale available for individuals whose household income is up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, including those who have insurance.
You can see the full fee scale 2018 Fee Scale. Sliding Fee Scale in Spanish can be found here.
Q: Do you have to be over age 18?
A: We can serve anyone from newborns to senior citizens.
Q: What kind of services are included in primary care services?
A: Services included in primary care services may be
- General Primary Medical Care
- Diagnostic Laboratory
- Referral for Diagnostic Radiology
- General Medical Screenings
- Voluntary Family Planning
- Well Child Services
- Gynecological Care
- Discounted Pharmaceutical Program
- Prenatal and Postpartum Care
- Integrated substance abuse and mental health treatment
- Health Education
- Nutrition services
- Case management services
- Assistance with obtaining insurance
LifeSpring Community Medical Services
1036 Sharon Dr.
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Austin Medical Center
825 N. Hwy 31
Austin, IN 47102
Salem Community Medical Services
1321 S. Jackson Street
Salem, IN 47167
Find more information on our financial, clinical and performance outcomes HERE