Riley is Ranked Among Top Children’s Hospitals in US News & World Report

US News & World Report has named Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health one of the top Children's Hospitals in the United States. For the first time in our storied history, Riley at IU Health received national rankings in all ten medical specialties comprising the report, including an unprecedented 3rd in Pediatric Urology, 12th in Diabetes and Endocrinology and 12th in Pulmonology. In total, Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health received a top-30 ranking in each medical specialty, an unqualified success, and a major accomplishment for our institution, as well as for the caregivers whose tireless efforts have made this possible.

It’s a great honor to be recognized as one of the leading children's hospitals in the United States, and it is one we don’t take lightly.

Since 1924, Riley at IU Health has been dedicated to providing compassionate care, support and comfort to children and their families in times of sickness. Our pediatric physicians and clinical staff bring a level of skill and dedication unequaled in even the nation’s most prestigious hospitals. Our unique partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine allows us to offer state-of-the-art treatment options, innovative rehabilitation programs and cutting-edge therapies. And the generosity of our donors permits us to offer Indiana’s children unlimited caring and unsurpassed medical treatment regardless of social or economic constraints.

We are proud that Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health has been officially recognized as one of the nation’s premiere children's hospitals, and we congratulate and thank all those whose tireless efforts made this recognition possible.

But maybe you didn’t need proof. Rankings and accolades make for good advertising copy, but pale in comparison to knowing your child has access to care at a hospital dedicated to being a leader in pediatric medicine.

Riley at IU Health and you. Together, we’ve built something very special.

And we’re not done yet.

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