Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital
24/7 Pediatric Nurse call-line – 317-338-5437
A 24/7 Nurse Advice line, staffed by experienced pediatric nurses, is for the parent who has a question about your child’s health from rash, fever, allergic reactions, burns, or falls that cause concern.
This phone line does not take the place of calling 911 in a true emergency.
Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent
2001 West 86th Street, entrance #4
Indianapolis, IN 46260
Information Desk: (317) 338-2345
Map & Directions
When your child needs to be hospitalized, the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital (PMCH) on the St.Vincent Hospital 86th St. campus is a premier hospital with advanced treatments and highly specialized pediatric specialists. Your child will have a team of compassionate and caring doctors and associates, all committed to providing family-centered care. To learn more read our patient’s bill of rights CLICK HERE.
At Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital and Peyton Manning Children’s Outpatient Services we diagnose and treat all types of childhood diseases and conditions – some are acute and others are complex and chronic. Regardless, we know educating the family helps our patients get better faster, so never hesitate to ask a question.
What to Expect
Learn more about Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital (PMCH) and meet Danielle one of our Child Life specialists. She shares reminders of what to expect and bring when your child comes to PMCH. We also offer pre-op hospital tours to interested patients and families.
What to Bring
- Child’s medical and immunization records
- Insurance information
- List of prescribed and over-the-counter medications, and vitamins or supplements
- Toothbrush, favorite toothpaste, pajamas, slippers and a robe
- A favorite comfort item.
Only one parent can stay overnight with your child in his or her room. Parents should bring toiletries and comfortable clothes.
Hospital Visiting Hours
Parents, grandparents and guardians may visit at any time. From 10pm-5am, the main hospital entrance is closed but parents can enter through the Hilbert Pediatric Emergency Department. Check with your child’s nurse about appropriate visitation for siblings and other friends. Please do not visit if you are ill. We want to ensure the health of every patient and every visitor.
General visiting hours are 8:30 am – 8:30 pm
|Hilbert Pediatric Emergency Department||317-338-4366|
|Pediatric Intensive Care Unit||317-338-5230|
|Pediatric Rehabilitative Therapy||317-415-5505|
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