Indiana University Health
Indiana University Health, formerly known as Clarian Health Partners, is a nonprofit healthcare system located in the U.S. state of Indiana. It is the largest and most comprehensive healthcare system in Indiana, with 16 hospitals under its IU Health brand and almost 30,000 employees. It has a partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine.
Indiana University Health, Inc. ("IU Health") is an academic health center comprised of IU Health Methodist Hospital, IU Health University Hospital, and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health (together referred to as "IU Health Academic Health Center"), IU Health Saxony Hospital, and IU Health Morgan. It also offers pharmacy, home care, outpatient, and emergency transport services throughout the central Indiana area. IU Health incorporates a unique partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine ("IU School of Medicine"), one of the nations leading medical schools, to give patients access to innovative treatments and therapies, all without regard to their ability to pay. IU Health is also the parent organization of the IU Health System, Indianas most comprehensive health care system. IU Health Methodist and IU Health University Hospitals IU Health Methodist and IU Health University Hospitals, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, are a 1,025-bed adult Academic Health Center in partnership with the IU School of Medicine. IU Health Methodist Hospital is designated as a Magnet hospital, recognized for excellence in nursing services and high-quality clinical outcomes for patients. IU Health University Hospital is a leading academic medical center with a commitment to disseminating research findings while improving the quality of life for people on a local, regional, national and international basis. IU Health Methodist Hospital and IU Health University Hospital both serve an adult population. These hospitals lead the way in community benefit initiatives. A substantial piece of community benefit is providing excellent care to patients, regardless of their ability to pay. Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, is 276-bed childrens hospital that is Indianas first and most comprehensive pediatric hospital. It is regularly ranked among the top childrens hospitals in the county by U.S. News & World Reports Best Childrens Hospitals. In addition to clinical expertise, Riley Hospital for Children at IU Healths partnership with the IU School of Medicine ensures that patients have access to the most innovative treatments and the latest research and technology. Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health provides comprehensive, family-centered care to more than 300,000 children annually through its statewide primary and specialty care offices, and inpatient and outpatient services at its flagship hospital. Pediatric patients and their families travel from all 92 Indiana counties, the region and the world to access the nationally recognized clinical programs of Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. IU Health Saxony Hospital IU Health Saxony Hospital, located in Fishers, Indiana, is a 32-bed specialty care hospital primarily focusing on surgical services for cardiovascular, orthopedic and spine. It opened in 2011 and includes an intensive care unit; six technologically advanced operating suites, a full-service, 24/7 Emergency department; a helipad for medical transport and a medical office building. IU Health Morgan IU Health Morgan, an outpatient department of the IU Health Academic Health Center located in Martinsville, Indiana, offers coverage in adult and pediatric care; specialty care; emergency and urgent care; diagnostic imaging including 3D mammography; lab testing; outpatient surgical services; cancer care, including medical and radiation oncology; cardiac, physical, speech and occupational therapies; sleep lab; and community health and wellness, including medical nutrition therapy and diabetes care. wellness, including medical nutrition therapy and diabetes care.
The laboratories of IU Health offer some of the most comprehensive laboratory services in Indiana. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the laboratories perform more than 19 million tests a year. In addition to IU Health, laboratory testing services are provided to hospitals and physicians across the country. Our Point of Care program is nationally recognized for its comprehensive program, training and competency, training more than 11,500 nurses in point-of-care testing. In addition our Point of Care team provides support to over 150 clinics. In addition to laboratory services, the team and pathologists, along with the IU School of Medicine, assist with formal teaching programs.
IU Health provides services to related tax-exempt organizations.
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