The Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine offers fellowship programs in 13 subspecialties of pediatric care. Each of these programs is carefully crafted to enable healthcare providers to further develop their knowledge of and experience in their chosen fields through teaching opportunities, clinical experience, research and expanding leadership roles.
Fellows who train at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health are given exceptional opportunities to fine-tune their clinical knowledge and experience with some of the top specialists in their respective fields. Additionally, fellows are provided access to the latest technologies for clinical care within a new building dedicated to improving patient care. Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health opened the Simon Family Tower in 2011, and it is scheduled to be completed in 2013. This new building offers more space for physician work areas and conference rooms, and the floors are arranged to allow for more effective rounding and communication.
For more information about pediatric fellowship programs, follow the links below to specific information provided by Indiana University School of Medicine.