Urgent Care

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger to themselves or others, please call 911.

Urgent Care:  Outpatient Private Practice  |  Inpatient Hospitalization  |  Crisis Contacts

Outpatient Private Practice

From Dr. Mark Ogle —

As of November 2018, I provide full-time outpatient care, and am no longer seeing inpatients at any hospital. On the rare occasions when my patients need hospitalization, they generally choose either Community Health or the St. Vincent Stress Center.  |  Hospitalization  >

Inpatient Hospitalization

From Dr. Mark Ogle —

I am happy to discuss your situation with the crisis staff at any hospital where you are being assessed for admission. Please be aware that it will be up to the physician on call at that hospital, rather than me, whether you are accepted for admission or not.

Local inpatient care facilities:

  1. Community Hospital North
    (317) 621-5700

    Behavioral Health Pavilion
    7165 Clearvista Way
    Indianapolis, IN  46256

  2. St. Vincent Hospital
    (317) 338-4800
    Mental Health Stress Center
    2001 West 86th Street
    Indianapolis, IN  46260

Or, check for nearby psychiatric facilities in your immediate area. Exercise extreme caution and ensure clear judgment before driving yourself to in-patient care. Contact someone you trust, or call 911 if you are in doubt, or if there is potential for risk to yourself or others.

Crisis Contacts

  • Crisis contact centers:
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
    1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Text Line for Suicide Prevention:
    Text HELPNOW to 20121

Contact information for third parties is provided for your convenience and could become outdated or inaccurate with or without notice. Check other reliable information sources if you experience trouble.

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