Riley Hospital for Children
Healing comes in many forms. Whether it’s physically healing a child’s illness, guiding an emotionally broken family to hope, or providing children the strength to believe that no matter the hand they’ve been dealt, they are beautiful and strong—Riley Hospital for Children understands that every family and every child who enter its doors is looking for hope and healing. That’s why Riley Hospital has worked to become one of the nation’s premier children’s hospitals.
As the only comprehensive children’s hospital in Indiana, Riley Hospital for Children has spent 85 years caring for Indiana’s children.
Families turn to Riley Hospital and its regional clinics throughout the state for treatment more than 350,000 times each year. They trust Riley to find solutions and provide hope. Every child is worth treating. Every family is entitled to the proper care.
Riley Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and pediatric pulmonary program are ranked among the top five in the nation. Riley’s cancer, cardiovascular surgery and diabetes programs are also among the largest and best of their kind in the nation. To learn more visit Riley Hospital’s Web site.
To sustain and expand groundbreaking and lifesaving pediatric research, facilities, medical treatment and accessibility, Riley Hospital relies on generous and broad-based financial support. If you are interested in donating to Riley Hospital for Children, please click here.
Leading the Way
Riley Hospital is among the premier children’s hospitals in the country. Here are some reasons why:
- Indiana University School of Medicine and Riley Hospital have trained two-thirds of pediatric specialists in Indiana.
- Riley Hospital patients have the highest acuity rate in the U.S.
- Riley Hospital’s programs in urology, diabetes/endocrinology, pulmonology, nephrology, cardiology/heart surgery, gastroenterology, cancer, neurology/neurosurgery, orthopedics, and neonatology are nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report.
- Riley doctors are in the top one percent of their specialties nationwide (America’s Top Doctors, 14 years running).