Provider of on-site and near-site primary care clinics for businesses of all sizes.


OurHealth is a team of people dedicated to transforming healthcare by providing employer-sponsored primary care clinics focused on the best patient care. We are partners in working for total well-being through thorough appointments, dedicated health coaching and a strong referral network. We are passionate about our patients, and it shows! Learn more at

Our mission is to transform the patient experience by providing convenient access to quality healthcare to improve the overall wellness and lower health-related costs for our clients and their employees.

Our vision is to revolutionize healthcare delivery through the creation of a patient-centric wellness approach that leads to healthier people, more affordable healthcare services, more competitive corporate partners, and more vibrant communities in the places in which we work.

EMPLOYEES: 201-500
PHONE (317) 522-1265
ADDRESS 4151 E. 96th St. Indianapolis, IN 46240 GET DIRECTIONS

OurHealth News


OurHealth on a mission to save employers $1 billion

I have one of the coolest jobs-in-tech in Indiana. Every week I get to meet with and write about the people, products and companies that are disrupting industries, revolutionizing the way we do things and changing lives. Recently I sat down with OurHealth leaders Jeff Wells (president & co-founder), Sherry Slick (CIO), and Chad Ashcraft

OurHealth has named Shelly Towns EVP of Marketing

OurHealth has named Shelly Towns executive vice president of marketing. In her new role, she will be responsible for developing and implementing a compelling marketing strategy that will propel brand awareness, increase customer acquisition and deepen engagement. Towns brings a strong background in senior leadership, with experience in marketing, product management, analytics and strategic planning. She

OESTERLE: Indiana must recruit—yes, recruit—talented natives to come home

The Indianapolis Business Journal recently reported that Indiana’s annual population growth was at its lowest point in three decades—0.31 percent, or about 20,000 net new Hoosiers. Unfortunately, estimates from Indiana University have this downward trend continuing for decades. Against this population headwind, it is difficult to imagine what state and local governments in Indiana can