Indianapolis, IN Health Care Includes General and Children's Hospitals

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On Friday, April 29, 2011 - 06:59

Indianapolis' hospitals are well-equipped to handle patients of all ages.

St. Vincent Indianapolis HospitalSt. Vincent Indianapolis is a nationally recognized hospital, which has made the list as one of the Top 100 Hospitals in the Nation. It's specialties include cardiovascular services, critical care, stroke car, orthopedic services and pulmonary service. St. Francis Hospital and Health CenterSt. Francis is a network of four hospitals in Indiana. Its Indianapolis location, which opened in 1995, is the newest general hospital built in the city. The hospital features the only full-service cardiac and vascular care program on the city's south side. Clarian Healths Methodist HospitalMethodist Hospital's reputation for excellence brought it to the forefront of the health scene in 2007, when it was recognized as the top hospital in the country for quality and safety by the University Health Consortium. It is nationally ranked for transplant care, orthopedic services and urology care and has an award-winning cardiac critical care unit. Peyton Mannings Children's HospitalPeyton Mannings Children's Hospital offers a full range of pediatric services, and has grown to include 46 inpatient beds and 15 Intensive Care beds since its opening in 2003. Riley Hospital for ChildrenRiley Hospital for Children is considered among the best children's hospitals in the country. It offers comprehensive state-of-the-art clinical services as well as provides leadership in health promotion and education, child advocacy, family support, and mental health.