We pride ourselves on providing a unique healthcare environment.
American Health Network has more than 70 medical practices in two states – Indiana and Ohio - and employs over 1600 individuals.
American Health Network aspires to be the best healthcare organization, period. Our mission is to improve the health of our patients and when unable to do so, provide comfort.
What makes us different?
• We affiliate with the highest quality of physicians.
• We retain earnings and invest in ourselves.
• We respect each other and know we will not always agree.
• We nurture a culture focused on quality and innovation toward continuous growth and improvement.
• We do this so we can provide the best care and service possible for our patients.
American Health Network physicians have more control of their overall clinical decisions. Our primary care and specialist physicians work together to deliver quality care, which leads to excellent patient satisfaction. Quality and patient satisfaction are always our foremost focus.
Our core values define our success:
TEAMWORK Providers, managers, and staff communicate and work together to achieve our goals.
ACCOUNTABILITY Responsibility to follow physician governed policies and procedures.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Recognition of excellence.
EMPOWERMENT Freedom and flexibility to practice Medicine.
These values are at the core of our patient care. For more than 20 years, we have been improving the health of individuals, families, and communities. Providers have positively affected the quality of life of three generations by providing evidence-based medicine with an autonomous model.
Indianapolis/Marion County is the twelfth largest city in the United States, and it is by far one of our country’s most livable big cities. For those who reside and work here, our Indianapolis has a quality about it that makes even the heart of a bustling downtown feel like home. Visitors are drawn from all over the globe to enjoy our top-notch professional sports venues, a thriving convention industry, and numerous cultural attractions. And when they arrive, they too experience the Hoosier character and hospitality that make Indianapolis special.
In 1999, Indianapolis designated six cultural districts to capitalize on cultural institutions within historically significant neighborhoods unique to the city's heritage. These include Broad Ripple Village, Canal and White River State Park, Fountain Square, Indiana Avenue, Mass Ave, and Wholesale. A seventh cultural district, Market East, was designated in 2014. After 12 years of planning and six years of construction, the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick officially opened in 2013. The $62.5 million public-private partnership resulted in 8 miles (13 km) of urban bike and pedestrian corridors linking six cultural districts with neighborhoods, IUPUI, and every significant arts, cultural, heritage, sports, and entertainment venue downtown.
Indianapolis is home to dozens of annual festivals and events showcasing local culture. Notable events include the "Month of May" (a series of celebrations leading to the Indianapolis 500), Circle City IN Pride, Indiana Black Expo, Indiana State Fair, and Historic Irvington Halloween Festival.