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What kind of Medicaid do you take for pregnancy?

Anthem Medicaid, Anthem St. Francis Medicaid.

Do you take HIP insurance?

Yes, we take Anthem HIP only.

Do you take Presumptive Eligibility Medicaid?

Yes, please confirm that you want the Anthem St. Francis Medicaid. Also please make sure you turn in all the requested information to the state, or you will lose coverage after one month, and we will not be able to see you until this is fixed.

How soon can I get in for a pregnancy appointment?

For your first prenatal visit, you will see the office nurse for an OB history. This visit is scheduled starting around 5 weeks or greater. She will obtain your health history, the father of the baby’s health history and family history from both sides. At this visit, you will be given a bag with helpful information about your pregnancy, St. Francis Hospital and classes that are offered.

When will I be able to see Dr. Ensley now that I’m pregnant?

We will schedule your appointment with Dr. Ensley between 8 and 12 weeks.

What can I expect at my first obstetric visit with Dr. Ensley?

At your first visit, Dr. Ensley will talk to you about the history you gave the medical assistant and to recommend additional testing if necessary. He will then do a routine pelvic exam with a Pap smear and do routine testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomonas, bacterial vaginosis and yeast. It is very important to check for any infection. If an infection goes untreated, it could lead to preterm labor.

When will my first obstetric ultrasound be done?

Often Dr. Ensley will do an ultrasound in the first trimester, usually at your first appointment, if indicated.

At what age should I begin bringing in my daughter to see Dr. Ensley?

Dr. Ensley recommends that a female patient first come in at about 12 years old. This gives a few years where the doctor can get to know your daughter and review age-appropriate health information with her. Your daughter would not require a pelvic exam until she is sexually active, has significant problems or reaches age 18 to 21.

What hospital is Dr. Ensley affliated with?

Dr. Ensley is affiliated with St. Francis Hospital and Franciscan Surgery Center. Dr. Ensley only delivers babies and does surgeries at St. Francis. He has chosen to limit his practice to one hospital so that he can provide more personal care to his patients as he is a solo practitioner.

Does Dr. Ensley have any partners in his office?

Dr. Ensley is the only physician in his practice. He covers for himself 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. On occasion, Dr. Ensley will take time off. It is generally Obstetrics and Gynecology of Indiana that will cover calls and emergencies while he is away.

What payment types do you accept?

We accept check, cash credit card, debit card and most health savings accounts. We do not currently accept CareCredit.

How do I obtain my medical record?

You will need to sign a release of information form from our office or the practice you want the records from.

Can I still be seen if I am on my menstrual cycle?

As long as you do not have a full flow, you may still come to your appointment. If there is too much blood, any test that is performed could come back obscured. Please call to reschedule. You can always ask us if you are uncertain.

If I can’t get to my appointment, what should I do?

You should call the office as soon as you know you will not be able to make it. There are always people trying to see Dr. Ensley. Kindly call to let us know early enough to permit us to get another patient in sooner.

Do you have weekend appointments?

We do not offer weekend appointments at this time.

What happens if I am self-pay?

You will be charged a flat fee (due at time of visit). If any lab tests are done, there will be a separate charge from the lab. You can pay the lab the day of the visit, or the lab will bill you.

Who do I call if I need assistance after-hours?

If you have an urgent matter, you may call 877-300-3868. The answering service will take your information and page Dr. Ensley with an emergency. He will then call you back. He will probably call from a number that is unlisted, anonymous or identity-blocked. If you have any call blocking on your phone, he will not be able to return your call, so you must remove any blocking that is active in order to hear back fom Dr. Ensley.

How do medication refills work?

You will be given refills for a year of routine medications that are prescribed at your visit. This allows you to just call the pharmacy for refills. Please make an appointment for one year later so that Dr. Ensley may review your history and perform an annual examination.

Do you draw blood in your office?

We do have a phlebotomist on site. She does blood draws on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 am to 3:15 pm. No appointment is necessary. The lab is Gen Path and does its own billing. They accept all insurance as if they were in-network.

Learn more about compassionate, experienced ob/gyn care. Call Ensley OB/GYN at 317-887-9800 or use our convenient Request an Appointment form. We welcome patients from Franklin, Martinsville, Mooresville, Columbus, Whiteland, Plainfield, Brownsburg, Greenwood, Indianapolis and neighboring areas.

 

Patient Testimonials

Dr. Ensley was fantastic! He was my obgyn from the beginning all the way to delivery. I would highly recommend him to all my friends!

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