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Last Updated On: 09/10/2019
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IRMC Physician Group


Organizational Information

Parent Organization


Vision, Mission and/or Purpose of Organization

IRMC Physician Group provides outpatient care coordination and social work to patients within the IRMC community. Staff are housed in primary care and specialist offices to link patients to community resources and coordinate health care needs. We provide support to patients with chronic medical conditions, substance use, pregnancy, and uninsured/underinsured to improve access to health care.

History of Organization

Indiana Regional Medical Center (IRMC) and IRMC Physician Group (IPG) are invested in serving the community’s healthcare needs.

Contact Information

Contact Person(s)

Rachel Grove

Contact Number(s)


Contact Email(s)

Primary Address

Mahoning Medical Center
100 Neal Ave.
Marion Center, PA, 15759

Service Information

Service Area

Indiana County

Service Description

This program is designed for the working poor, generally those earning less than 200% of the federal poverty level. Those qualifying could be people employed part time or those who work for an employer who does not provide medical coverage, those who earn too little to afford traditional medical insurance coverage and those who earn too much to qualify for government medical assistance programs.

Participants are entitled to primary care visits, emergency care, outpatient laboratory and diagnostics services, inpatient and outpatient surgeries, inpatient stays, behavior health care and assistance with prescriptions through a combination of drug programs that manufacturers offer as well as drug programs offered by area pharmacies. Participants will also receive nutritional guidance and support in making healthy choices for living.

Eligible volunteer firefighters in Indiana County who are participating in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's SAFER (Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response) program may also participate in the program and have their monthly fees paid by the SAFER grant. The first firefighters covered will be eligible members of the fire companies in Marion Center, Indiana, Creekside, Cherry Tree and Plumville. The SAFER program's goal is to help fire companies recruit and retain enough members so their host communities have adequate protection from fire and fire-related hazards 24 hours a day.

Fees/Cost for Services

Monthly individual rates of about $99 or $165.

How to Access Services or Schedule Appointments

Call 1-800-925-0611 for more information on qualifying or applying for the Symetra Program.