INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — An open house Tuesday afternoon showcased the Riley Fetal Center clinic at Riley Hospital for Children.
The center is the first patient space to open in the hospital’s Riley Maternity and Newborn Health building project. The project allowed for the outpatient maternal fetal medicine clinics from IU Health University Hospital and IU Health Methodist Hospital to relocate to Riley’s campus.
The clinic was designed to serve women who have high-risk pregnancies. Dr. David Boyle, co-director of Riley Maternity and Newborn Health, says the facility allows those families to have the different resources they may need in one location.
“This is all part of our service line plan to provide wraparound care for a mother and baby from predelivery, post-delivery and every time in between,” Boyle said.
The Riley Fetal Center is on the fourth floor of the Riley Outpatient Center. It will open its doors to patients on March 16.