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Riley at IU Health Simon Family Tower at IU Health Celebrates 5 years

In the past five years Riley at IU Health has gone to new heights for Hoosier children and their families. The state’s leader in pediatric care marked a historic milestone five years ago today with the opening of the first phase of the Simon Family Tower....

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Riley at IU Health Verified as Level I Pediatric Trauma Center

Riley at IU Health is once again verified as the only Level I Pediatric Trauma Center in Indiana by the Verification Review Committee (VCR), an ad hoc committee of the Committee on Trauma (COT) of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). This achievement recognizes the...

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Riley Kids Become Pro Wrestlers for a Day

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On Monday June 22, Riley at IU Health hosted a Timmy Takedown, an event that gives children with disabilities a chance to show off their abilities in the ring. Dressed up as superheroes and pro wrestlers, they had the chance to learn some wrestling moves and take down...

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Riley at IU Health Nationally Ranked in 10 Pediatric Specialties

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U.S. News & World Report (2015–16 Best Children’s Hospitals) ranks Riley at IU Health in 10 pediatric specialties. Riley at IU Health is once again distinguished as the only nationally ranked children’s hospital in Indiana by U.S. News & World...

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Andrew Luck & Riley at IU Health Surprise Winning Class of the Change the Play Challenge

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Today, a class of third-grade students experienced the true meaning of the football play called “the quarterback sneak.” At 9 a.m., Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and Riley at IU Health’s chief medical officer and interim CEO Dr. Paul Haut paid a surprise...

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Indiana Statehouse Supports Riley at IU Health & Andrew Luck’s “Change the Play”

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This afternoon, the chief medical officer and interim president of Riley at IU Health Dr. Paul Haut and Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck paid a visit to legislative leaders at the Indiana Statehouse to talk about a shared passion – the health of Hoosier...

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Garth Brooks Unveils New Child Life Zone at Riley at IU Health

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Kids deserve to be kids – especially when they’re undergoing treatment for health issues. That’s the goal behind the brand new Child Life Zone at Riley at IU Health. The hospital was chosen by Garth Brooks and his Teammates for Kids Foundation to host the organization’s...

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Enterovirus D68: What You Need to Know

By now, you’ve probably heard about it: the rare strain of a common virus believed to be behind the spike in kids being sent to the hospital for moderate to severe respiratory infections—enterovirus D68. But there’s no need to panic. Infectious...

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Andrew Luck, Riley at IU Health, Bring ‘Change the Play’ Program to Hundreds of Hoosier Kids

Prying kids away from TV screens wasn’t a battle for hundreds of families this week. Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts quarterback, and the experts at Riley at IU Health hit the road to give nearly 400 Hoosier kids ages 5 to 14 a taste of Change the Play—the...

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Riley at IU Health Remains the Only Nationally Ranked Children’s Hospital in Indiana

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Riley at IU Health is once again distinguished as the only nationally ranked children’s hospital in Indiana by U.S. News & World Report, which released its 2014-15 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings today. Riley at IU Health continues to be ranked among...

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