The Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health is a children's hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. It is named for James Whitcomb Riley, a writer and poet who lived in Indianapolis. As of 2017, Riley is affiliated with the Indiana University School of Medicine and operated by Indiana University Health.
In 1916, a group of prominent citizens from Indianapolis, who knew Riley, started the Riley Memorial Association to build a children's hospital in memory of Riley. The hospital opened in 1924. In 1950, the foundation started Camp Riley, a camp in south central Indiana for children with disabilities.
Address 702 Barnhill Dr, Indianapolis 46202, United States
Coordinates 39°46'38.221" N -86°10'48.167" E