Riley Hospital for Children
A national leader in cutting-edge research and medical education, Riley Hospital for Children, located about a half block north of the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center, is Indiana's only comprehensive children's hospital offering Indiana University School of Medicine pediatric specialists in every field of medicine and surgery. From precise diagnosis to ongoing support during recovery, Riley provides the highest quality health care to children in a compassionate, family-centered environment. Riley embraces excellence and is focused on one thing: helping children get better.
Riley has developed a nationally recognized family-centered care program that brings the perspectives of patients and families directly into the planning, delivery and evaluation of health care.
As Indiana's first and only comprehensive pediatric hospital, Riley Hospital has more than 304,000 outpatient visits annually and over 17,000 hospital admissions annually from across the state, nation and the world. Riley has been ranked in 8 out of 10 categories in the 2010-11 U.S.News & World Report edition of Best Children's Hospitals. These rankings follow a recent series of quality and safety awards for Riley Hospital and help to illustrate Riley's primary focus of providing outstanding patient care and service to children and their families.
Riley is also a national leader in providing clinical care and conducting research for children with cancer. The Riley Children's Cancer Center, located on the fifth floor of Riley Hospital for Children, is the only pediatric cancer center in Indiana and part of the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center - the only National Care Institute designated patient care center in Indiana. It is dedicated space for the care of children with cancer and blood-related diseases. There are 26 beds for hematology/oncology patients, and 10 beds for stem cell transplantation.
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