Morris Green Access Center
The Dr. Morris Green Access Center, named for the hospital's former physician-in-chief (1967-1987), provides entry to all of the services offered at the Riley Outpatient Center at Indiana University Health.
Green, who continues to write and publish and maintain his clinical practice at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, is a nationally renowned physician. His philosophy of treating the whole child was key in shaping Riley at IU Health's care for children. He changed disease-based hospital wards to age-based units, developed the patient care concept to encourage parent participation in a child's medical care and created Child Life Services to provide social, cultural and educational activities for hospitalized children. His ideas have been adopted in numerous health care systems.
Along with the Information Desk, the Access Center includes:
The Patio Cafe - a deli-style café with fountain drinks seating approximately 80. Hours 7 am - 2:30 pm.
Home Care - IU Health Home Care office, providing oxygen stroller refills, equipment drop-off and exchange.
Information Desk - staffed from 6:30 am - 3 pm Monday through Friday to meet any patient or visitor needs.
Outpatient Registration - for patients being seen for the first time at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health or those not being seen in one of the MSAs who require registration for testing or therapy, room R1401.
Public Telephones - are located near each elevator bank.
Public Restrooms - are located near the main elevator bank and at the west end of each main corridor.
Tube Stations - are located on each floor in these areas: GU, MSA, 1, Phlebotomy, MSA2, Hem/Onc lab.