“Our staff and providers are friendly and smiling to our patients,” Dr. Scott Capen said. “We listen to the patients and get to know them and their family as people, not just their medical conditions or injuries.”
These are the physicians you see for your routine flu shot, but they’re also the medical professionals you rely upon at the first sign something is wrong. They know your children. They know your spouse. They remember that cough your five-year-old had last spring. They still remember the first time your oldest son was able to read one of the books in the waiting room before his annual check-up.
“Hancock Health treats every patient as an individual,” Dr. Capen said. “We have a sense of pride and community come together when it really counts—greeting each other as we pass by, asking ‘How was your weekend?’ or just giving a simple smile and creating a sense of belonging.”
The little things that unite a practice have been especially evident throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It has been amazing how all of the Hancock family has come together during the pandemic to keep each other safe and healthy, both physically and emotionally,” Dr. Capen said. “I’m truly amazed by how every part of the Hancock family has responded during these trying times to support one another and to step up to the plate and do what needs to be done.”
The staffs of our Hancock Physician Network offices have two important things in common: They’re healthcare pros, and they’re amazing people. The Hancock Family Medicine team includes Scott Capen, MD, Julia Degler, MD, Amanda Goldstein, MD, Rudo Mashindi, MD, Janet Beeson, NP, Renee Burkhart, FNP, and Tracy McBride, NP. This family practice in Greenfield is the medical home for all of our family’s acute illness and preventative care.
300 E. Boyd Ave., Suite 120, Greenfield, IN, 46140-2832
(317) 462-3441; after hours, (317) 462-5544
Hours: Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Saturday: 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. (walk in/sick visits only)