Our doctors and care team at Ascension St. Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital deliver personalized care for long-term acute care needs.
NEW TEMPORARY VISITOR RULES HAVE BEEN PUT INTO PLACE TO DECREASE THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) AND TO KEEP OUR PATIENTS, FAMILIES, CARE TEAMS AND THE COMMUNITY WE SERVE SAFE.
Our Ascension St. Vincent Seton Specialty Long-term Acute Care Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, specializes in the care of medically complex patients who need intensive skilled nursing and medical follow-up after being hospitalized for a critical illness. Our long-term acute care facility focuses on patients, who on average stay for 25 days or more. Our long-term acute care team includes doctors, nurses, wound care specialists, respiratory therapists, physical and occupational therapists and social workers. We embrace a holistic approach to offer physical and emotional healing.
Care for your everyday health needs
Our primary and specialty care doctors offer advanced care close to home. Learn more about our services and programs:
- Complex infusion therapy
- Complications associated with cancer, head/injury trauma, infectious disease, surgeries and transplants
- Endoscopy services
- Hemodynamic monitoring
- Interventional radiology
- Laboratory services
- Long-term wound care
- Neurodiagnostic services
- Pet-assisted therapy
- Radiological services
- Respiratory, physical, occupational and speech therapies
- Surgical services
- Ventilator and individualized weaning programs
- Ventricular assist device management
Rural and Urban Access to Health (RUAH)
Rural and Urban Access to Health (RUAH) is a community-based care coordination program sponsored by Ascension Medical Group – St. Vincent. Inspired by the work of St. Vincent de Paul, the purpose of RUAH is to connect our friends, family and neighbors to a combined network of health, human and social services resulting in improved access to care and removal of barriers to needed resources. To speak with your local RUAH Health Advocate, call 765-584-0930.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency, go to the nearest ER or call 911.