Larry Lynn, MD
Larry Lynn, MD, board-certified pediatrician, received his medical degree at Indiana University School of Medicine and completed his residency at Riley Children’s Hospital at Indiana University. As medical director of the pediatric hospitalist team, he challenges each member of our treatment team to pursue excellence in patient care.
Dr. Lynn’s special interests include interprofessional education and developing interprofessional work teams. He works to develop and facilitate a care team that brings together various disciplines to provide safer and more efficient care for patients. He has spoken around the country at conferences about interprofessionalism and the future of healthcare. He spoke on behalf of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Future of Nursing Campaign for Action to promote better understanding of the varied roles and scopes of practice within the nursing profession.
He is an associate clinical professor with the Indiana University School of Medicine, involved in clinical teaching of students.
In his free time, he enjoys working in his yard, spending time with family, reading and watching movies. He loves to hike and fish, and is an avid auto racing fan, having attended every Indianapolis 500 since 1970. Dr. Lynn is also a fan of IU and Butler basketball. The important things in his life are family, church, country and caring for patients.