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Inhome medical care indianapolis

We deliver expert care and peace-of-mind.


Comprehensive in-home patient care requires teamwork. The GRACE AT HOME team is comprised of the following expertise:



  • Physician Assistants (PA) are healthcare professionals trained to practice medicine. PA’s prevent and treat human illness and injury by providing a broad range of health care services that are traditionally performed by a physician. PAs conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, prescribe medications and counsel patients and families on preventive health care.

  • Nurse Practitioners (NP) are registered nurses with advanced academic and clinical experience who treat both physical and mental conditions through comprehensive history taking, physical exams, and ordering tests for interpretation. NPs diagnose and provide care recommendations and treatment, including prescribing medication, for a wide range of acute and chronic conditions. NPs prioritize prevention, wellness, and patient education throughout the duration of a patient’s care.



A Patient Care Coordinator is assigned to each patient and serve as their case manager and primary point of contact. PCCs are instrumental in facilitating the care that providers order for their patients. PCCs schedule tests, call in prescription refills, and communicate daily with providers about patient issues and concerns. Because PCCs are not clinically trained, they cannot answer clinical questions for patients.


Qualified, capable billing experts manage Patient accounts including any Medicare and insurance claims or related billing


Our Commitment:


  • TO SERVE adults in need of in-home primary care throughout the greater Indianapolis community and surrounding areas of Indiana.

  • TO ASSURE quality primary care to all individuals according to AAHCP standards for in-home primary care services.

  • TO OFFER safe and secure in-home care as a reasonable alternative to medical office visits for adults with limited mobility.

  • TO PROVIDE and promote continuity of care for individuals who are homebound, home-limited, recently discharged or in-transition from a hospital, nursing home, rehabilitation or extended care facilities.

  • TO PROMOTE the highest level of support and independence using a team approach and collaborating with other care givers, therapies and physicians when necessary and as appropriate.

  • TO DELIVER qualified, compassionate and knowledgeable care teams in numbers sufficient to provide an appropriate level of care and frequency of in-home visits.

  • TO RECOGNIZE the necessity of continuing education to promote our practitioners’ personal growth and professional development.

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