Columbus Regional Health welcomes VIMCare provider

hale_amy_2016

Amy Hale, M.D., has joined Columbus Regional Health medical staff.

Dr. Hale graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana. She completed her residency at Franciscan St. Francis Health, Indianapolis, Ind., in family medicine.

The Columbus native and North High School graduate also served two years in Swaziland as a United States Peace Corps volunteer and worked to provide health screenings to rural Hondurans.

Dr. Hale is the primary care physician at VIMCare Clinic, formerly known as Volunteers in Medicine. VIMCare Clinic has been designed to provide care to patients without a primary care physician who have HIP 2.0 or other Medicaid coverage, as well as the uninsured in Bartholomew County.

VIMCare Clinic is located within Columbus Regional Hospital, 2400 E. 17th St., in the former Emergency Department. Qualified patients seeking care can call VIMCare Clinic at 812-375-3660. More information is also available here.

Leave a comment

Healthy
T
omorrow
    • medical-experts_rsz

    Medical Experts Advise Starting Colorectal Cancer Screenings at Age 45

    by Delilah Newton | May 18, 2022
    Most cancer screening tests, like those for breast and prostate cancer, help healthcare providers find and treat the disease early. Some tests for colorectal cancer, including colonoscopies, go farther. They can actually remove abnormal growths in your colon and rectum. These tests don’t just spot cancer, they may prevent it.
    Full story