Portions of Interstate 65 in downtown Indianapolis will be closed for bridge repairs beginning on or after July 1. Construction may impact travel to IU Health facilities in the area. Learn more.
Partes de la Interestatal 65 en el centro de Indianápolis estarán cerradas para reparaciones de puentes que empiezan en o después del 1 de Julio. La construcción puede afectar el viaje a los centros hospitalarios de IU Health en el área.
INDIANAPOLIS – Families in need of highly skilled pediatric care will soon have improved access to multiple Riley Children’s Health doctors with the opening of a new office in Fort Wayne. In early 2018, the dedicated outpatient specialty office...Continue reading
INDIANAPOLIS -- Riley Children’s Health has filled two key positions, appointing Paul R. Haut, MD, as chief operating officer and Elaine Cox, MD, as chief medical officer. Haut was previously Riley’s chief medical officer and he served as...Continue reading
INDIANAPOLIS – June 27, 2017 – Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health has once again been distinguished as Indiana’s only nationally ranked children’s hospital by U.S.News & World Report, which released its 2017-18 Best Children’s...Continue reading
INDIANAPOLIS— Riley Children’s at Indiana University Health and the Indianapolis Colts have partnered to provide sleep sack swaddles to parents of babies born at Indiana University Health hospitals across the state in an effort to reduce Indiana’s...Continue reading
INDIANAPOLIS – Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health has once again been distinguished as Indiana’s only nationally ranked children’s hospital by U.S.News & World Report, which released its 2016-17 Best Children’s...Continue reading
INDIANAPOLIS (June 14, 2016) – This week, hundreds of children will learn what it takes to become quarterbacks of their own health at three Change the Play camps. Camps will be held in South Bend, Evansville and Fort Wayne. The children will join...Continue reading
INDIANAPOLIS—Today, Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health announced Riley Children’s Health, the official name for its statewide network of pediatric services. Riley Children’s Health is Indiana’s first full...Continue reading
Today, a class of fifth-grade students experienced the true meaning of the football play called “the quarterback sneak.” At 1 p.m., Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health's chief medical officer Dr. Paul Haut paid a...Continue reading