Facilities

The principal sites for the pediatric residency training are all located on the main St. Vincent Indianapolis Campus.

Peyton Manning Children's Hospital At St. Vincent.

Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital (PMCH) is a free-standing children’s hospital adjoined to St. Vincent Hospital Indianapolis. This facility is dedicated to serving the unique needs of children throughout the state of Indiana. As a full-service children’s hospital, PMCH offers many pediatric subspecialties and services including ECMO and renal transplant. The hospital contains 40 general pediatric beds, 8 observation beds, and 23 pediatric intensive care beds. Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital is also home to the Hilbert Pediatric Emergency Department consisting of 17 beds.

Women's Hospital At St. Vincent

This hospital is dedicated to the care of women and their newborn babies. The facility is home to the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. It is the largest Level 4 NICU in the state of Indiana with 97 neonatal critical care beds. Pediatric residents complete a NICU rotation each year of their training.

Joshua Max Simon Primary Care Center

Opened in 2007, this building is the home of the Pediatric Primary Care Clinic.  Over 95% of the center’s patients are uninsured or on social programs.  The clinic sees an average of 500 patients per week.  Pediatric residents complete at least one (1) outpatient clinic rotation each year of their training.  The Primary Care Center also offers a state-of-the-art medical education and research center for physicians in training.

William K. Nasser MD Healthcare Education And Simulation Center

Healthcare education at Ascension St. Vincent has always taken place at the bedside of a patient rather than at the back of a classroom. The William K. Nasser, MD Healthcare Education and Simulation Center will build upon our strengths in teaching through experience by reproducing patient-caregiver scenarios in a simulated environment. This high-tech healthcare learning environment allows for a wide variety of medical settings and simulations as well as the acquisition of simulation-based technology and other medical equipment.