Specialized childcare, years of experience and outstanding outcomes are the hallmarks of our pediatric transplantation program. Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health is just one cornerstone of our nationally recognized transplant program that spans the statewide IU Health system.
IU Health Transplant is the largest, most comprehensive center of its kind in the region and the fourth largest by volume in the U.S. With a connection to the Indiana University School of Medicine (link), we combine the clinical expertise, research and teaching excellence of Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital and Indiana University Health University Hospital to offer quality, state-of-the-art care to children.
At Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, we provide all levels of care on a comprehensive level. From the intensive care unit (ICU) to discharge, our expert and caring staff is there every step of the way to help your child recover and return to a healthy life.
Transplant surgery is a very scary time for children and their families. We understand these concerns and are backed by a multitude of pediatric experts to help ease the process. To learn more about our specialty transplant care, visit transplant specialties.
Blue Distinction Center Designation
In 2012 Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health was designated as a Blue Distinction Center by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in the area of transplants. Transplant types include pediatric autologous and allogeneic bone marrow/stem cell and pediatric heart. Blue Distinction Centers for Transplants have demonstrated their commitment to quality care, resulting in better overall outcomes for transplant patients. Blue Distinction Center certification is awarded only to select programs that emphasize best-practice care and achieve excellent outcomes.