Outpatient Services Center
Outpatient Services Center, 104 North Third Street, Indianola, Nebraska. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Community Hospital's Central Scheduling office at 308-344-8285.
Outpatient care is available in Indianola!
Community Hospital is dedicated to a mission of providing more health care services and greater patient convenience throughout our region. The Community Hospital Outpatient Services center is the first to bring occupational and massage therapy, medical nutrition therapy, diabetes education, and medication consultation to Indianola and the surrounding area.
Our thoroughly trained team of therapists, pharmacists, dietitian and diabetic educator offer a wide-range of services - like treating arthritis and stroke, muscle aches, diabetes management, helping you understand your medications, and more.
Assisting with redevelopment of hand function following injury or arthritis, retraining in completing daily tasks following illness or injury, working with all ages on developmental delays.
- Evaluation and treatment of hand dysfunctions
- Evaluation and treatment of dysfunction related to age changes
- Evaluation and treatment of dysfunction due to developmental delays
- Evaluation and treatment following joint replacements
- A physician referral is needed for this service
Treat your aches and pains from injuries, joint replacements, headaches, and more, with gentle, therapeutic and relaxing massage provided by our new licensed massage therapist. Types of massages available are: neuromuscular therapy massage, Swedish massage, and chair massage.
Medical Nutrition Therapy Services
It's no surprise that diet plays an important role in our health and well-being. Our registered dietitian provides one-on-one outpatient nutrition counseling for anyone wanting to make lifestyle changes that facilitate weight management or control medical conditions. Our dietitian is here to help guide you with healthy choices, answer your questions, and be an accountability partner. A physician's referral is necessary for this service.
Newly diagnosed with diabetes or feeling you need an update of your diabetes knowledge base? Good news! Diabetic education will be provided in Indianola at the Community Hospital Outpatient Services center. Monica Wacker RN, Certified Diabetic Educator, is available to provide this service. A physician's referral is required.
Medication Therapy Management
Our pharmacists encourage you to meet with them concerning any medication related questions and problems. They will be happy to provide a thorough review of your medication list and make any necessary recommendations, which could include how best to take your medicine(s) to maximize their benefit or perhaps provide suggestions that would help you avoid potential side effects. They may also be able to discuss alternative therapies with your physician at your request. Our pharmacists can also advise you on any questions you may have related to over-the-counter or herbal treatments and if they feel it is warranted, will recommended a follow-up with your primary care provider.
Medicare Part D Plans
Another service our pharmacists are excited about offering is assistance with those struggling with Medicare Part D prescription plans. They can help explain the plans and help you set up the plan best for you.