Investing in Indiana Health through Statewide Medical Education
IU School of Medicine was a pioneer in the use of a multi-campus system to educate medical students. Yet the statewide footprint of IU School of Medicine of this school isn’t just good for medical students and residents. It is important to the health of Hoosiers. Educating students outside of Indianapolis increases the likelihood that they will put down roots in these communities and serve patients in every corner of the state. That is why IU School of Medicine is investing in its campuses to update facilities, increase student services and programs, provide clerkship opportunities outside of Indianapolis, and work in partnership with local hospitals to add residency training in these regions.