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IU Health is now home to Indiana’s first Comprehensive Stroke Center

IU Health is now home to Indiana’s first Comprehensive Stroke Center

| Indianapolis - Indiana’s largest health system recently achieved national recognition for having one of the most advanced centers for patients needing treatment for a stroke – a deadly ‘brain attack’ that can strike anyone, at any age, at any time. Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital is now the first hospital…

IU Health to host “Trauma Night” Twittercast this weekend

| Indianapolis - While many Hoosiers are out enjoying some of the summer's best weather, hospital emergency rooms and trauma centers have learned to expect the worst - especially in July. That's why many in the medical field refer to the summer months as ‘trauma season’—the time of year when serious injuries…

Former NFL players team up with IU Health Neuroscience Center to study brain

| Indianapolis - An organized group of former National Football League (NFL) players has huddled and decided on their next play: to encourage further studies into how the brain works. These Indiana-based veterans of “America’s game” and community leaders are teaming up with Indiana’s top brain specialists at the Indiana…

Riley at IU Health Launches Bold New Program to Protect Brains of Vulnerable Infants

- One of the few U.S. children’s hospitals to pair pioneering technology with specially trained experts to detect hidden neurological complications 24/7 INDIANAPOLIS – More than a third of all infants admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health are either…

IU Health physicians featured among “Top Docs”

| Indianapolis - The Circle City is “a great place to be a patient right now,” according to Indianapolis Monthly’s November “Top Docs” issue, which is currently on newsstands. The magazine’s annual issue includes a list of 470 local physicians across 59 pediatric and adult specialties who are considered by their…

Concussions and kids: neurologist shares expertise

- August 26, 2013 GOSHEN, Ind. – Soccer, football, cheerleading and other sports can lead to injury-causing collisions and falls.  If the result is a concussion, it could mean the end of a game or even a full season of play for an athlete. IU Health Goshen Physicians Neurologist Dr. Jody Neer explains concussion risks, prevention…

IU Health Named to Esteemed National ‘Honor Roll’ of Best Hospitals

| Indianapolis - Today, U.S. News & World Report released its 23rd annual Best Hospitals rankings – with Indiana University Health being named to the esteemed 2012-2013 ‘Honor Roll’ – the highest distinction reserved for the top (approximately 20) medical centers across the country that have the highest skill and unparalleled…

Neuroscience Center taking form at IU Health

- Construction is about 80 percent complete on the first phase of the Neuroscience Center, a sweeping, streamlined addition to the Indiana University Health complex. The massive building on the corner of West 16th Street and Senate Avenue is six stories and encompasses 270,000 square feet. It is designed to help IU Health be more competitive…


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