These pages have been prepared to furnish valuable information to members of the house staff. You should find it especially helpful at the start of your training program as it contains many items of personal interest to you.
Indiana University School of Medicine sponsors graduate medical education training in approximately eighty residency and fellowship programs. The majority of the training occurs at several hospital sites. Most of the training occurs at IU Health Methodist, IU Health University, Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, Wishard Hospital of Wishard Health Services, Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center (VAMC), and Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital. In addition, training occurs at St. Vincent Hospital & Health Care Center, the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana and many other locations across the state.
Prestigious centers of excellence are part of IU's residency/fellowship programs. These include the Krannert Institute of Cardiology, the Regenstrief Institute, the Walther Oncology Research Center, the Wells Center for Pediatric Research, the IU Simon Cancer Center, the Diabetes Research and Training Center, and many other research-sponsored centers. The School of Medicine presides over the educational programs in each of the hospitals whose medical staff includes members of the IU School of Medicine faculty. This makes possible student and house staff training throughout all the hospitals and clinics. The training programs provide a balance of primary, secondary, tertiary, and inpatient quartiary care; ambulatory care; emergency care; and community health.