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 works at The Corner Health Center in Ypsilanti, a service for patients ages 12-25 and their children. She enjoys all aspects of family medicine and has a particular interest in woman's health care and in taking care of children and adolescents.