Residents are quickly integrated into the clinical care teams as vital members when they arrive at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health. Here residents are part of one of the top-ranked residency programs in the country and trained by faculty members who are in the top 1% in their specialty areas. Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is nationally ranked in 10 of 10 specialties with U.S. News & World Report, and we treat children with some of the most complex or rare medical conditions in addition to our primary care offerings. We are the only comprehensive children’s hospital in the state of Indiana, and we’re also the state’s main referral center. Residents are not only able to experience all aspects of clinical care in one location, but they have opportunities to participate in community advocacy, global health initiatives and clinical or basic science research.
Riley at IU Health is committed to continuing our growth and development as one of the premier children’s hospitals in the country. In 2011, we opened the Simon Family Tower, a new 10-story facility that will house many of the pediatric wards. This new facility also provides more room for residents including space for physician work areas, conference rooms, and floors arranged to allow for more effective rounding and communication.
For more information about pediatric residencies, follow the links below to specific information provided by Indiana University School of Medicine.
|Categorical Pediatrics||Internal Medicine & Pediatrics||Psychiatry & Pediatrics|
|Emergency Medicine & Pediatrics||Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics|
For a list of all available residency programs and fellowships, visit the IUSM Office of Graduate Medical Education.