Franciscan St Francis Health - Indianapolis

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8111 S EMERSON AVE, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46237 USA

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(317) 528-5000
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8111 S EMERSON AVE, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46237 USA

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3.3 out of 5 stars

Tina Smith
Tina Smith

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Went to the ear eyes ears and throat doctor dr. Copeland for hearing awesome people took their time with me I always enjoy my visits with this doctor

Doug Yohler
Doug Yohler

5 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

There is not another hospital around that I would entrust my health care needs to. I have been admitted to this hospital on numerous occasions and have never encountered a bad experience. There doctors, nurses and all supporting staff are exceptional. The entire Franciscan Health Network provides the best health care available. Thank you St. Francis and all your staff for providing such quality health care.

Kevin Sullivan
Kevin Sullivan

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

The place did a great job for my daughter and grandson, thank you...plus it was easy to find my way around the place.

Connie A Ayala
Connie A Ayala

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

Got tired of my grandmother not being able to hear me. Went to Costco and a couple other places but I was surprised by Accuquest. The woman was young but more experienced than I expected. I’m glad to be able to have an actual conversation with my grandmother now. They really worked with me and her as we had tons of questions. That’s hard to find now a days.

Kevin Kramp
Kevin Kramp

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Most of the 4 or 5 star ratings are local guides lololololol! Who are they paying to write these lol? The PA's job is to only undermine the actual doctor. I went in with multiple symptoms only to be presumed to be a prescription pain addict. It seems like the PA's job is to breath down the doctors neck making sure he doesn't treat any kind of pain. The PA that "assisted" my ER doctor undermined him every step of the way. The PA had an attitude too. This "problem" they think they're solving will solve itself when people stop going there. Other doctors and hospitals are talking about St. Francis and the way they treat their patients. While I understand there is an opiod problem, each and every person that comes in shouldn't be assumed to be a prescription pain addict. Some people truly have health problems that cause them daily pain and if they're not treating it then why are they billing my insurance thousands of dollars? This problem will solve itself and you can take that to the bank.