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Eskenazi to open east side Indianapolis health center April 17

Eskenazi Health’s new east side health center will open April 17 to patients, offering everything from primary care and mental health services to financial planning and wellness programs. Built to be easily accessible by walking and bus, the $75 million center is part of a broader effort to revitalize the area, which includes Cook Medical’s manufacturing plant, a locally-owned grocery store and the development of IndyGo’s purple line. The 95,000-square-foot center at the corner of East 38th Street and North Arlington Avenue will be the largest of Eskenazi’s more than a dozen outpatient clinics.

“The growth and development and changes that are now happening on Indianapolis’ east side are nothing short of miraculous,” said James Campbell, president of the Sheridan Heights Association for Neighborhood Enhancement, an east side neighborhood association.

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