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Riley Hospital for Children Flu-related Visitor Restrictions

The flu season is off to an early and strong start. Flu activity has been reported as widespread in at least 46 states, including Indiana. Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is currently restricting visitors to protect patients and prevent further spreading. Learn more.

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Andrew Luck Helicopters into His First Indy 500 With Two Riley at IU Health Kids

Most folks attending the Indy 500 will arrive by car, bus or even shuttle service. But not MaKenzi Rooksberry, 11, of Jasonville, Ind., and Johliel Austin, 14, of Indianapolis. These Riley at IU Health kids will join Andrew Luck, quarterback of the...

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NASA Astronaut Visits Patients at Riley at IU Health

Three, two, one … blast off! Pediatric patients got a taste of outer space today when NASA embarked on its latest mission: sending an astronaut and NASA scientist to Riley at IU Health. Patients gathered in a playroom for a rare opportunity to learn what it’s...

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IU Health Lifts Flu-related Hospital Visitor Restrictions at its Indianapolis Hospitals

Due to the low number of positive influenza cases throughout the Indianapolis-area, Indiana University Health has lifted the flu-related hospital visitor restrictions at its Indianapolis hospitals. Effective immediately, visitor restrictions have been lifted at the...

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‘Change the Play’ Kicks Off in Select Schools

Andrew Luck, Riley at IU Health, bring their health challenge to the classroom Inspiring kids to take charge of their own health just got a bit simpler for a handful of Hoosier teachers. Today, Andrew Luck, quarterback of the Indianapolis...

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Riley at IU Health Expands Children’s Health Care Network

Prominent group of private pediatric practices joins Riley at IU Health Physicians From annual physicals to vaccines, a growing number of families can claim a new partner in their journey to support the everyday health care needs of...

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Riley at IU Health Announces Temporary Visitor Restriction Policy to Help Prevent the Spread of Flu

Indiana is experiencing a bad flu season. Indiana University Health is taking the precautionary measure of limiting patient visitors to its hospitals in Indianapolis and surrounding areas to protect patients, families and team members from unnecessary potential exposure...

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Andrew Luck Strengthens Commitment to the Kids at Riley at IU Health

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Andrew Luck, quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts, is deepening his commitment to Riley at IU Health and has agreed to donate funds and his time to support the Riley at IU Health School Program which ensures that young patients can stay on track academically while...

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Riley at IU Health Launches Bold New Program to Protect Brains of Vulnerable Infants

More than a third of all infants admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Riley at IU Health are either born with, or at high risk for, serious brain complications. These include seizures, brain bleeds, the effects of oxygen deprivation and the...

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Riley at IU Health Hosts 10th Annual NICU Reunion

More than 1,000 people are expected to attend the 10th annual Riley at IU Health reunion for families and “graduates” of its neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) tomorrow. The reunion, held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. this Saturday, September 14, offers families the chance to...

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Riley at IU Health Announces Major Expansion with Launch of ‘Riley at IU Health Physicians’

In an effort to connect more children and families with the expertise of Indiana’s only nationally ranked children’s hospital, Riley at IU Health has launched “Riley at IU Health Physicians”—poised to become a statewide children’s healthcare network. Riley at IU...

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