IUSB, Healthlinc open new clinic at South Bend campus

A new health care center has opened in South Bend.

Indiana University South Bend has opened a new clinic in the Vera Z. Dwyer Hall. The clinic is operated through a partnership between IUSB and HealthLinc. It offers primary care, immunizations, women’s health care and more services, according to the South Bend Tribune.

The building, which used to be Riverside Hall, houses 10 exam rooms in the clinic, along with an academic wing with training facilities for IUSB students.

The goal is to not just treat patients, but help people enroll for state health plans like the Healthy Indiana Plan.

The clinic is open weekdays from 8 to 5 and takes patients with or without public or private insurance. For more information or to set up an appointment, call 888-580-1060.

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