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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Patients to Play Role of Doctor at ‘Teddy Bear Clinic’

Riley at IU Health Child Life Week Celebration in Full Swing Patients at Riley at IU Health will be given the chance to play the role of doctor today, when the Simon Family Tower lobby is transformed into a Teddy Bear Clinic. Patients will be bringing in...

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Construction to Restrict Access to Riley Hospital Drive

The southernmost end of Riley Hospital Drive will be under construction from Monday, March 11, to early September. During this time, vehicles will not be able to enter Riley Hospital Drive from West Michigan Street but the road will still be...

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Parents Magazine Ranks Riley at IU Health Among the Nation's Top Children's Hospitals

Parents magazine today named Riley at IU Health one of the top pediatric standouts in the United States. The magazine ranked Riley at IU Health 11th overall and extended particular recognition to the hospital in two pediatric specialty areas, ranking it 4th in...

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Riley at IU Health Temporary Visitor Restriction Policy During Severe Flu Season

Riley at IU Health joins the Marion County Public Health Department and other Indianapolis-area hospitals in announcing a temporary hospital visitation restriction policy effective Friday, January 18. This effort will limit visitors to IU Health hospitals in...

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First Robotic Surgery Performed at Riley at IU Health

A team of pediatric urologists has performed the first robotic surgery at Riley at IU Health, making it the only children's hospital in the state to provide the capability on site. Compared to traditional "open" surgery, there are advantages to doing some...

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