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. The 10-story, 675,000 square-foot addition was designed to boost capacity at Riley at IU Health, increase efficiency and enhance patient satisfaction.
The Riley at IU Health Simon Family Tower at Indiana University Health supports patients, families and healthcare professionals by functioning as a home away from home, putting family care and comfort at the forefront.
“Riley at IU Health is known for delivering highly specialized complex care,” said Paul R. Haut, MD, interim president and chief medical officer at Riley at IU Health. “The five year anniversary of the Simon Family Tower is a reflection of our continued commitment to unparalleled care for Indiana’s children and families.”
The building proudly carries the name of the Simon family, who made a generous $40 million gift in 2007 (the largest gift ever to Riley at IU Health) as a substantial contribution toward attaining the goal of being one of the largest and best children’s hospitals in the nation.