Aspire partnering with St. Vincent Anderson

Aspire Indiana/Aspire Indiana Health and St. Vincent Anderson are partnering to provide staffing space at the hospital during refurbishment of its Bolin health clinic this spring.

The construction project will include a complete gutting of the interior of Bolin, 2009 Brown St., which houses some medical staff and the infectious disease and community-based services teams. The renovation is expected to start in late March and be completed by early fall. When it is complete the clinic will include primary medical care, behavioral health, a pharmacy and various support programs.

During construction St. Vincent Anderson, which is part of Ascension, a leading nonprofit Catholic health system, has agreed to allow some of Aspire’s Bolin staff to use office space at the nearby hospital. This arrangement will be limited to community-based healthcare workers, who will not see patients at St. Vincent Anderson.

“We want to thank St. Vincent for their generosity and collaboration. Aspire and St. Vincent often refer patients to each other, so they were an obvious choice to turn to for help during this transition,” said Leigh Hoover, practice manager for the Aspire Anderson locations.

“This is an example of two nonprofit health providers partnering to provide seamless care to the people of Anderson and Madison County.”

“We are grateful for our partnership with Aspire and look forward to working with them to provide care to our communities. We are excited to be able to help them during a time while they are updating their facility for the future,” said Mike Schroyer, President, St. Vincent Anderson.