Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health flu-related visitor restrictions have been lifted. However, because babies, especially those who are ill or premature, are at higher risk of serious complications if they get the flu, visitation restrictions are still in place for all Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) until further notice.
Riley at IU Health and Indiana University form a nationally-recognized academic health center that exposes students and healthcare professionals to the latest in medical research, technology and innovative treatments for children.
At the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM), we work primarily with the Department of Pediatrics, Department of Surgery and the Department of Anesthesiology. IUSM is one of the largest medical schools in the country and is a global leader in medical education and research, with more than $302 million in annual research grants and contracts. We also have long-standing collaborations with the Indiana University School of Nursing and the Indiana University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. Together, we have created an ideal environment for learning and conducting pediatric research along the entire continuum—from bench science to patients’ bedside.
These relationships give future healthcare providers an opportunity to train at Indiana’s only nationally-ranked children’s hospital and provide robust Continuing Medical Education (CME) opportunities for physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals.
For more information about the learning opportunities available at Riley at IU Health, explore our educational resources for health professionals or visit the Indiana University School of Medicine website.