Looking for a pediatrician? Ours draw on the highest level of skill. When your kids need routine primary care—for sniffles, sports physicals and everything in between—you can see a highly skilled Riley Children’s Health pediatrician at locations throughout Indiana.
Everyday Primary Care for Kids—On Your Schedule
Riley pediatricians provide everyday primary care for kids in offices that offer extended hours, Saturday and Same-Day appointments, 24/7 online scheduling, Virtual Visits and more.
Learn more about our highly skilled providers and find convenient primary care for your kids at a location close to home.
24/7 Online Scheduling
Convenient 24/7 online scheduling with Riley Children’s gives you the option to book appointments anytime, day or night.
With Virtual Visits, you can access primary care for your kids anywhere. Learn more about what to expect from Virtual Visits and when they are the right option for your child’s care.
For checkups, sick visits, sports physicals and more, Riley Children’s Health provides expert primary care for every kid at our offices across Indiana. We also offer online resources to help you keep track of your child’s development and well-being day to day.
Well-child visits are a recommended schedule of appointments to keep an eye on your child’s growth and development. Since children grow so quickly, it is important that you schedule these visits so your child’s doctor can catch and treat any health problems early.
Choosing a pediatrician to care for your child is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make. That’s why we offer Get-to-Know-You visits with our highly skilled pediatricians for parents and expecting parents looking for a primary care provider for their children. These 20-minute visits allow you to meet with a pediatrician to determine if they are a good match for you and your family. Call the pediatrician’s office directly to schedule a Get-to-Know-You visit.
To participate in most league sports, your child must have a yearly physical exam. During these visits, your child’s primary care provider makes sure your child is healthy enough for his or her sport and talks with you about any safety concerns.
Sick and Acute Care Visits
If your child is sick, we provide quick care to help them feel better. We diagnose conditions and give your child the necessary medications or other treatments.
Chronic Disease Management
Our providers offer convenient prescription refills to help your child manage chronic conditions.
Flu Shots & Other Childhood Vaccines
To stay on track with your child’s vaccination schedule, our providers can help you understand which vaccines your child needs and when. Flu shots are essential to get each year as children often have more severe flu-related problems, such as a higher risk of pneumonia, than adults.
Vision & Hearing Screenings
Children should receive regular vision and hearing screenings to catch any problems early on. If your child has an undiagnosed hearing or vision problem, he or she may not be able to learn or behave as well as other children.
My IU Health Patient Portal
My IU Health Patient Portal
We understand how busy life can get. That’s why we provide easy access to care for your kids at locations across the state—plus convenient online healthcare tools through our My IU Health portal. With My IU Health, you can:
- Access your child’s health records
- Request prescription renewals
- Pay bills
- Communicate with your child’s doctors
- Schedule a primary care appointment online
Our pediatricians are committed to meeting the quality, safety, educational and care standards that you have come to expect from Riley Children’s Health. Our primary care providers deliver effective, evidence-based care personalized to fit your child’s specific health needs.
This resource provides guidance on recommended dosing for acetaminophen (Tylenol) and ibuprofren (Motrin, Advil) in infants and children.
This guide helps answer if your child’s need is a medical emergency or not based on symptoms, and helps families determine which care option may be appropriate for you.
As part of our dedication to helping your child get and stay well, we offer the following programs to encourage healthy lifestyles.
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For Health Professionals
Riley Physicians educate medical students and residents to be leaders in primary care for children. The pediatrics clinical rotation has been voted by students at the Indiana University School of Medicine as the best rotation for multiple years. We provide comprehensive training in family-centered care, helping students understand the special needs of children and their parents.
Family medicine and pediatric residents have the opportunity to train with Riley Physicians in inpatient settings at Riley at IU Health as well as in outpatient clinics in metropolitan, suburban and rural settings.
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Our physicians help medical students and residents offer high-quality care through clinical rotations and residency programs.