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Centrally located on the campus of Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, Riley Physicians Pediatrics offers families more than 65 years of combined experience treating children from birth to age 18. Our practice provides preventive health services, as well as treatment for acute conditions and expertise in managing chronic diseases. We strive to provide family-centered care that is culturally sensitive and developmentally tailored to ensure that every patient and his or her family receive personalized care to meet individual needs. Complementing our team of skilled pediatricians, Riley Physicians Pediatrics is pleased to host physician residents who bring unique healthcare perspectives from around the world.
In addition to general pediatric care, our practice offers asthma education, diagnosis and management of ADHD, on-site X-ray and lab services through Riley Hospital for Children, on-site pediatric dermatology and referrals to Riley specialists. For added convenience, we offer evening hours and same day appointments for urgent medical needs.
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Dr. O’Neill enjoys getting to know children and families through the years from birth through adolescence. She is an advocate of preventive health and has a special interest in healthcare costs and global child health. Dr. O’Neill enjoys singing in her church choir, spending time with her husband and 2 children, and participating in triathlons.
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Dr. Rushton has been a practicing pediatrician for more than 20 years. The aspects of his job he finds most rewarding include family interaction, preventive healthcare opportunities and helping to influence his patients’ medical and mental health. Working in collaboration with families, Dr. Rushton treats his patients as individuals using best practices and the most up-to-date medical literature. He is especially interested in behavioral health issues, public health and medical education. Dr. Rushton enjoys playing guitar, hiking, tennis and spending time with his three children and his wife, who is a pharmacist at Riley Hospital for Children.
A pediatrician for more than 15 years, Dr. Szczepaniak chose this field to make a difference in the lives of children and their families. She is an advocate for preventive care and healthy habits and is always working to support families in their efforts to make sure their children grow and develop into healthy adults. In addition to primary care, Dr. Szczepaniak is interested in behavioral pediatrics and treating acute and chronic conditions. She also is involved in community advocacy, especially in schools. Dr. Szczepaniak enjoys gardening, skiing and spending time with her family, which includes her husband, a physics professor at Indiana University, and their son.
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Dr. Harris has practiced pediatrics since 1990. He chose pediatrics due to the joy caring for children has brought him, and their remarkable resiliency. The opportunity to help children and their families is something that cannot be put into words and is a great privilege to him. Outside of the office, Dr. Harris enjoys being outdoors with his family participating in athletics and music.
Dr. Harris earned his undergraduate degree from Purdue University and his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. He went on to complete a pediatrics residency at IUSM and was named Chief Resident. He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Harris is an Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics for IUSM.
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