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Larry W. Markham, MD, FAAP, FACC

Pediatric Cardiology

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About Me

Dr. Larry W. Markham is Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine and the Division Chief for Pediatric Cardiology, Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. Dr. Markham has specific expertise in cardiac care, multi-discipline collaboration, and experience as a clinical research investigator. Dr. Markham’s interests and investigations have been focused in congenital heart conditions, particularly adult congenital heart disease, and inherited conditions with a cardiovascular phenotype, such as muscular dystrophy and Marfan syndrome.

Locations

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575 Riley Hospital Dr

Suite MSA 2

Indianapolis, IN, 46202

Get Directions 317.944.8906
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415 E Cook Rd

Suite 300

Fort Wayne, IN, 46825

Get Directions 317.944.8906

Specialties & Details

Specialties
  • Pediatric Cardiology
Education
  • School of Medicine: James H. Quillen College of Medicine
  • Residency: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; Little Rock, AR
  • Fellowship: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; Cincinnati OH
Hospitals & Affiliations
  • Riley Physicians
  • IU Health Physicians

Ratings & Reviews

View more about Riley named Hospital of the Year by Mended Little Hearts
Riley named Hospital of the Year by Mended Little Hearts

Organization that supports pediatric heart patients and families honors the cardiac team for its partnership over the years.

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View more about “Her eyes were open, but she’s just not there”
“Her eyes were open, but she’s just not there”

These Carmel parents are counting their blessings today after their previously healthy 4-year-old daughter suffered sudden cardiac arrest at home. Her dad kept her alive long enough for paramedics to shock her heart back into a normal rhythm.

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