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Primary Care Services

With Riley at IU Health Primary Care, you’ll find the most highly skilled network of general pediatrician and family medicine providers. Dedicated to caring for your child’s everyday health needs, our coordinated approach delivers a wide range of services and personalized care to keep your child well. With primary care offices all over the state, more patients than ever benefit from the expertise of Riley at IU Health. Same-day appointments are available in most offices and some offer evening hours.

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Specialty Care Services

You know you can depend on Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, one of the nation’s top-ranked children’s hospitals, when your child needs best-in-class care across every pediatric specialty known to medicine. However, our expert physicians also deliver complex and acute care beyond our flagship location in downtown Indianapolis. We have offices across the state, giving more patients access to the latest innovations and treatment options than ever before.

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PODCAST: Maternity Matters - What to expect during the 20-week ultrasound

As you near the halfway point of your pregnancy, you will be scheduled for a 20-week ultrasound. This appointment allows your provider to get a clear view of the baby and check for any abnormalities. Some patients are referred to Riley's maternal fetal medicine team for additional consultation. Dr. Anthony Shanks is one of the Riley maternal fetal medicine physicians. He provides insight into what happens during the 20-week anatomy scan and what parents can expect.

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Nissa Walker

Postpartum anxiety and depression are common and treatable. One mother talks about her struggle before finding IU Health’s Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder Program.

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