Welcome to the Internal Medicine Residency Training Programs






 

Indiana University welcomes you to take a look at the wonderful training program we offer in internal medicine described throughout this website.

Within our four-hospital system right here in the affordable and family-friendly Indianapolis, you will find a tradition of clinical excellence within our full service academic medical center complete with a robust research enterprise, expertise in informatics, and an unprecedented international health experience at our sister school in Eldoret, Kenya.

In additional to the breadth and depth of our educational offerings, we have been granted the opportunity to participate in the Educational Innovations Project (EIP), a prestigious accreditation program of a handful of internal medicine programs in the nation. This award stems from our strong history of innovation in medical education that has directed our residency program redesign to focus your training on three key domains: patient safety, leading healthcare teams, and chronic care expertise.

Our graduates are successful in achieving their goals in competitive fellowships, academic positions, and private practice opportunities, many which choose to remain a part of our academic family after their training is complete.

The clinical training is superb since our trainees rotate through all four hospitals: a tertiary care referral hospital, the public county hospital, the VA medical center and the large community hospital partner. The size and diversity of our center allow for customizing rotation schedules to achieve your personal career goals!

And our best kept secret is Indianapolis, the crossroads of the Midwest, a city offers comfortable living with big city amenities like our Super Bowl Champion team (Go Colts) balanced with a small town feel.

Please take a closer look at what IU Internal Medicine has to offer you!

 

What matters. Where it matters.

541 Clinical Drive, Gatch Hall, CL 630 | Indianapolis, IN 46202 | Ph: (800) 362-2066 | Fax:
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