Adolescence is a time of physical, social, and emotional development and emerging independence that is both exciting and challenging. The Adolescent Health Program is comprised of a highly trained team of faculty, providers, and clinical staff who are dedicated to the health and well-being of adolescents and young adults. Clinic is staffed by Adolescent Medicine Faculty Physicians (board certified in Adolescent Medicine and in Pediatrics and/or Internal Medicine), Adolescent Medicine Psychology Faculty, nurse practitioners, and Adolescent Medicine Physician Fellows. This specialized team includes nurses, a dietitian, social worker, and community partners to provide exemplary clinical care within a developmental framework. Care is designed to support patients, families and caregivers, and is highly individualized to meet each person's unique needs.
Adolescent medicine subspecialty clinics occur Monday through Friday at the Riley Pediatric Care Center.
Inpatient consultation is available at all times to patients admitted at Riley Hospital for Children.
Adolescent primary care is provided through the Eskenazi Health Teen Care Program at several locations in Indianapolis.
Appointments can occur in-person or virtually.