Robert Riley, M.D. works in the South Bend Clinic’s Immediate Care Center, available by walk-in.
Robert Riley, M.D. has a Genetics degree from the University of California—Berkeley. He attended Medical School at the Medical College of Wisconsin and completed his residency in Family Medicine at Memorial Hospital in South Bend. He also earned a Masters degree in Education from the University of Southern California. In addition to his Board Certification from the American Board of Family Medicine, he carries a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Geriatrics.
He joined the South Bend Clinic after a 30-year career in Medical Education, the bulk of it serving as Director of Memorial Hospital’s Family Medicine Residency Program. He now enjoys the challenges of helping acutely ill and injured patients in the South Bend Clinic’s Immediate Care Center. He’s energized by the chance to meet new people of all ages every day and to provide for their immediate medical needs “on the spot.”
Robert Riley, M.D. is Board Certified in Family Medicine and is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Medical Association as well as their Indiana affiliates.
In addition to his medical career, Robert is a professional musician, serving as Principal Trombonist with the LaPorte County Symphony Orchestra and member of rock band, “The Soul Surgeons.” He and his wife, Lee, engage in long-distance day-hiking in the American west and around the world. He supports numerous health promotion efforts throughout the community, including his weekly, “Ask the Doctor” segment on WNDU-TV.