Providence Anderson Ribbon Cutting and Open House

June 9, 2017

June 2017

  • Newly Renovated 184 bed Facility
  • Full in-house Rehab unit including Physical, Occupational, Speech, and Respiratory Therapies.
  • 24/7 Admission Processing
  • RNs On duty 24/7
  • Anti-Gravity Treadmill for A fall-safe and Strain-Relieved Rehabilitation

We have partnered with Episode 360 and Central Indiana Orthopedics (CIO) to become Madison County’s preferred facility coin the Hip Fracture Center of Excellence. Click here to view our press release.

Providence Anderson focuses on hip fractures in new center

June 9, 2017

May 2017

Studying up on hips

By Devan Filchak  |  The Herald Bulletin     

ANDERSON – A local rehabilitation center has obtained the equipment and education to serve a population it sees frequently – patients with fractured hips.

Providence Anderson, 1345 N. Madison Ave., now has the Hip Fracture Rehabilitation Center of Excellence, a designation that shines light on the training the staff has undergone.

Episode 360 is a company that works with health care facilities toward specialty physician alignment and post acute care partnerships. Ben Forrest, co-founder of Episode 360, said the goal is to get surgeons from the acute side and therapists from the post-acute side communicating more to do what is best for the patient. Click here to read our article in the Herald Bulletin.

Congratulations to our Therapy Team

June 9, 2017

September 2016

Our third party survey company, Pinnacle, has given our therapy services a perfect score of 5/5 for September’s Customer Satisfaction Scores. Congratulations therapy team on a job well done!

We welcome Dr. Stephen as our new Post-Acute Medical Director!

June 9, 2017

October 2016

screen-shot-2016-10-07-at-4-05-37-pmWe are pleased to welcome Dr. Stephen Wright as our post-acute Medical Director for our post-hospital stay residents. He will be available to round on all his patients 7 days a week to ensure timely follow up and convenience during a temporary stay.

Dr. Stephen Wright is a lifelong resident of Madison County. He was born in Anderson and spent his formative years on a farm in Alexandria, graduating salutatorian in 1969. He graduated from Purdue University in pre-med/biology in 1973 and from IU Med School in 1978. After a 3 year residency in Family Practice at St. Francis Hospital in Beech Grove, he came back to Madison County to set up practice in 1981. He has been in Lapel since 1982 and now practices with two wonderful partners; Dr. Katherine Callahan, DNP and Cindy Foster, MA in their current location since 2014. He is Madison County’s Health Officer, provides Medical Director work for Kindred Hospice, is a Medical Director for all the Hancock County Urgent Cares, has spent 2 years in the Community Hospital Advanced Wound Care Center, and is now our new Medical Director of our post-acute unit at Providence.

He has a son, Brandon, who works for Rowland Graphics in Noblesville as a graphic designer. They continue the Wright family tradition of following all forms of auto racing – from Midgets to NASCAR to Indy Car to Formula One. In his free time (!) he plays piano, does photography, reads military history, and shoots a variety of firearms – mainly for target practice. He has qualified Master in high power rifle and is Sharpshooter in Bullseye pistol and loves to shoot clay targets. If it goes click or Bang! he likes it.

Happy to be home

June 9, 2017

March 2016

Administrator moves back to Indiana to run Providence Anderson

By Devan Filchak  |  The Herald Bulletin     


ANDERSON — When Bryan Lindsay started working out west after college, he wasn’t sure he’d ever move back to the area he considers his hometown until he got a call about a job in Anderson.

Lindsay, 35, was an administrator for another company at the time at a long-term care site in Couer d’Alene, Idaho. Matt Robinson, regional director of operations for Providence Group, Inc., told him the company had just purchased its first long-term care site in Indiana, ManorCare Health Services nursing home on Madison Avenue.

“I said, ‘Holy cow. I’m very familiar. I grew up in Muncie and Yorktown right down the road,’” Lindsay said. “He said, ‘Are you serious? No one has heard of Anderson, especially some kid out in Idaho.’”

(To continue reading and view other photos by John P. Cleary please see full article at