After completing medical school at UCLA in 2005, Dr. Riley moved to Ann Arbor for residency training in family medicine, and a subsequent Academic Fellowship. She is a faculty member with the U-M Department of Family Medicine, and serves as the co-medical director for the U-M Regional Alliance for Health Schools (RAHS), a group of six independent U-M clinics located in middle and high schools in Washtenaw County that have a larger percentage of underserved children and adolescents. RAHS provides health programs and clinical services to students and their families, and takes full advantage of the resources that U-M has to offer, including electronic medical records. Learn more, Regional Alligance for Healthy Schools.
Dr. Riley also attends on the Department of Family Medicine’s obstetrical service (FMB), and works at The Corner Health Center in Ypsilanti, a service for patients ages 12-21 and their children. She enjoys all aspects of family medicine and has a particular interest in prenatal care, woman's health care, and in taking care of children and adolescents.