We Heal What the Others Treat!
Now Offering Pediatric & Adolescent House Calls
Miller Care Group is now offering specialty pediatric and adolescent house call services to Marion county, and surrounding counties. These include children who are chronically homebound, as well as patients with acute illnesses.
With over 25 years of experience, Julie Korth, CPNP provides prime care for pediatric patients. We also offer these services in office, and via telehealth.
To schedule an appointment or more information please call 317-429-0061.
We accept most insurances including
Traditional Medicaid, HIP, and private insurances.
At the time of scheduling, we do require a $15.00 travel fee payable via credit/debit.
(This fee is not covered by insurance)
FOLLOW DR. MILLER ON SOCIAL MEDIA
LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON LUCEMYRA?
(The medication that treats OPIOID withdrawal)
Please contact the office at 317-429-0061 x 101 and ask for Christina Lyman, the Addiction Coordinator. She will provide you with basic information on our addiction program, and the use of LUCEMYRA and answer your questions. You can also visit lucemyra.com
Our goal at Miller Care Group is to treat patients how we want to be treated. We are dedicated to initiating the highest quality care for those with under-treated or untreated medical, behavioral, and social issues. We utilize the highest levels of technology to remain in constant contact with our patients. We strive to provide compassionate and cost-effective care to all, regardless of extraneous factors such as age, social status, or economic status. We will commence individualized programs and initiatives that best serve those patients who are desirous of the best possible medical and related care available, wherever we are currently or are planning to provide these services
GET HELP WITH ADDICTION TODAY!
Dr. Miller has been successfully treating Methamphetamine, Cocaine, and Spice addiction successfully for over 2 years. We have identified the underlying causes leading to stimulant use and identified successful treatments that result in mitigation of cravings for Meth and other stimulants within days after initiation of treatment. The above staff members can answer any questions you have.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON LUCEMYRA (The medication that treats OPIOID withdrawal), please contact the office at 317-429-0061 and ask for Ashley Pearson, the Patient Care Coordinator. She will provide you with basic information on our programs, and the use of LUCEMYRA and answer your questions. You can also visit lucemyra.com