IU School of Medicine provides outstanding clinical care that incorporates the latest advances in scientific knowledge to all patients. David A. Ingram, MD, leads the IU School of Medicine Office of Clinical Affairs, which supports and advances patient care through medical education and research in Indiana and worldwide.
Teaching physicians and medical students alike choose IU School of Medicine for access to a large and diverse patient population. Here, current and future physicians in the full range of specialty areas can work with world-class faculty, the most-up-to date medical research and modern technology. Patients choose IU School of Medicine physicians and clinicians for the same reasons.
Addressing All Core Areas of Medicine
Continuously Improving Patient Care
Clinical Affairs Leadership
To improve the health of our state and beyond, IU School of Medicine is working with IU Health to develop strategies for optimal alignment. Given the similarity of missions and the numerous and significant ways already unified, this important work allows alignment for clinical success. The first effort to help move us toward this vision is the alignment of physician enterprise to promote better care across the Indianapolis metropolitan region.
Community-focused partnerships support IU School of Medicine in making connections between academic medicine and the surrounding community to improve health outcomes. The school has a strong tradition of community faculty mentorship with more than 3000 Indiana physicians participating in support of the school’s mission. Engaging local physicians in training tomorrow’s physicians helps ensure a future of care for local communities.