Centerstone Health Services embraces health and well-being for all people by providing comprehensive, accessible, quality health care regardless of income to promote wellness and restore health. Centerstone Health Services provides comprehensive primary medical care to all regardless of payer or ability to pay.
Centerstone Health Services provides comprehensive primary care. Our team of Mary Rummel, NP-C, and Terrance Grogan, D.O., in Connersville and Bridget Rund, FNP, in Bloomington – along with other members of your care team – will work with you to help set goals and achieve your best possible health. We offer acute care for non-life-threatening illness or injury, preventative care including screenings and vaccinations, and care for chronic conditions or diseases, including educational support and referrals to specialists or community resources when needed.
Centerstone Health Services offers a team of behavioral health practitioners (Licensed Master Social Workers and contracted psychiatric staff) who assist patients with mild to moderate behavioral health concerns. We take a comprehensive approach to care and work with your primary care physician to ensure we are meeting all of your health needs. Due to this, patients must be established with a primary care provider at Centerstone Health Services to utilize our behavioral health services.
Centerstone Health Services contracts with the Wayne County Community Health Center (WCCHC) for comprehensive dental care in the Connersville region and the Dental Care Center in Bloomington. These clinics include a full team of dental professionals.
Centerstone Health Services has care managers who specialize in offering support to our patients with a new diagnosis or ongoing/chronic conditions. They will work with you, your healthcare provider and other members of your care team to help you set and achieve realistic health goals. They can provide education and support through tracking and other tools as a consistent partner in your journey to better health.
Community Health Worker
Our Community Health Workers are specially trained individuals who help support our patients’ “social determinants of health.” These can be just about any barrier that is keeping you from reaching your health goal or impacting your physical or mental well-being. Your primary care provider, behavioral health professional or other member of your care team can refer you to the Community Health Worker for assistance with things like complex forms, child care and parenting resources, educational resources, food insecurity, housing or transportation issues, financial resources, social support, signing up for and understanding insurance and more.
390 E. Erie St., Connersville, IN 47331
Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday: 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
645 S. Rogers St.. Bloomington, IN 47403
Monday and Thursday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.