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Medical House Calls in Greater Indianapolis and Jeffersonville
Providing High Quality, Compassionate Medical House Calls to
People with Complex Care Needs.
The mission of Indiana Home Based Primary Care is to provide high quality, compassionate medical care to seniors and others that find traveling to a medical office challenging.
Our approach is to listen to our patients and their caregivers. Once we understand the patient’s goals, we help create a plan that integrates all the medical, emotional, social, and care needs into support both during and in-between medical visits.
Experience and Professionalism
Our group of board-certified physicians and licensed nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, and nursing staff is one of the most experienced medical provider groups in the U.S.
Miranda M. Huffman, MD, MEd
Dr. Huffman is a family physician in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a graduate of the Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED). During medical school, she took a leave of absence to pursue a Master’s in Education at Kent State University and a fellowship in medical education through NEOMED. She went on to complete her family medicine residency at the University of Michigan. She has served as family medicine faculty at the University of Missouri – Kansas City and Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, prior to joining Western Reserve Medical Group in 2020. She continues to serve as adjunct clinical faculty at Meharry Medical College, where she mentors’ students in a free clinic and teaches clinical medicine.
Dr. Huffman loves the variety and long-term relationships that come with being a family physician. Her approach to patient care focuses on understanding her patients beyond just their list of diagnoses. She believes that medicine is a partnership between the physician and the patient to achieve mutually agreed-upon goals. Dr. Huffman thinks we are all capable of growth with the right support from the right team. She is certified as an HIV specialist and has a particular interest in the care of patients with substance use disorders and chronic pain. She lives with her husband, Jeremy, daughter, Betty, and pug, Koop. She enjoys cooking, reading, spending time in nature, and indoor cycling.
Mary Wildeman, NP-C
Mary began her nursing career as a Patient Care Tech at a local hospital while completing her Associates Degree from Henderson Community College. She then continued on to complete her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing at the University of Southern Indiana. With more than 8 years bedside nursing experience in primarily stroke and cardiac populations she completed her Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Southern Indiana. She has experience in home-based care and prides herself on educating patients and relationship based care. She is an Evansville native who enjoys singing and spending time with her family.
Ruth Poppele, FNP
Ruth Poppele is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with the American nurse Credentialing Center (ANCC). She graduated at the top of her class Cum Laude from Purdue University with a Master of Nursing and a member of Sigma Thata Tau. Ruth has an extensive nursing background in trauma-critical care, long term care and primary care. In her free time, Ruth enjoys spending time outdoors and being with her three children, her husband, and their pets which consist of 4 dogs and 5 cats. Ruth makes it a point to provide the same care to her patients that she would expect her loved ones to receive. She remains genuine, honest, and transparent and feels that is how she makes the connections with her patients. We welcome Ruth to the Indiana Home Base Primary Care team.
JoAnn Hobbs, APRN FNP-BC
JoAnn brings with her knowledge from over 20 years of diverse experience in the medical field. Starting as an EMT, her desire for a better understanding of the human body and its conditions as well as the desire to help those in need, have brought her to where she is today. Initially completing a degree in Emergency Medical Services in Florida, JoAnn then moved to Kentucky where she completed her bachelor’s and then Master’s Degree from Spalding University. Much of her nursing career has been spent working in Intensive Care Units caring for the critically ill or injured. For several years, she also worked as adjunct faculty for Bellarmine University as well as University of Louisville School of Nursing. Outside of work, JoAnn enjoys spending time with family as well as her four dogs!
We can help your assisted living, independent living, memory care community, group home ICF or CCRC provide high quality, friendly care to your residents by being a reliable partner to your nurses, caregivers, administrators and admissions team.
The home-based primary care model has been shown to increase average length of stay for assisted living communities, decrease hospitalization rates and to increase rates of advance care planning by over ten-fold.
Many senior communities have also experienced an increase in occupancy rates, since more families looking for domiciliary residence select a home that provides integrated medical expertise in order to help you facilitate aging-in-place.
If you would like to partner with Indiana Home Based Primary Care at your senior community, please call us at (463) 223-5702.
Dr. William (Bill) Mills originally founded Western Reserve Medical Group in 2007. The medical house calls group quickly became a leader in providing high-quality, home-based primary care to NE Ohio seniors. The group presented its care model and outcomes at many local, regional, and national meetings while growing and staying focused on providing compassionate, quality care. The group has grown outside of NE Ohio to service patients throughout Ohio and Kentucky, and now has expanded to Tennessee (Tennessee Home Based Primary Care), Virginia (Virginia Home Based Primary Care), and now Indiana as Indiana Home Based Primary Care. With outstanding physicians, advanced practice clinicians, and clinical and administrative support staff, the group is delighted to partner with patients while they remain safely in their homes.
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