Compassionate Patient Care, Collaborative Clinical Partnerships

The work of Indiana University School of Medicine and its faculty centers on producing a continuous supply of high-quality physicians, medical researchers and health professions personnel for the State of Indiana, the United States and the world. As an educational institution, IU School of Medicine subscribes to the highest professional, ethical and moral values; fulfilling its ambitious mission demands no less.

In addition to its educational focus, IU School of Medicine is committed to providing the highest-quality patient care to individuals seeking health care services from its faculty and assuring that its research efforts are conducted at the upmost ethical and legal standards.

While mentoring medical students, residents and fellows, IU School of Medicine teaching faculty treat patients at hospitals, clinics, offices and other care facilities throughout Indiana. In total, more than 40 different teaching hospitals in Indiana participate in IU School of Medicine’s statewide medical education system, providing future physicians with extraordinary access to patients care, local medical communities and real-world hospital experiences while under the mentorship of the nation’s most respected physicians.

Explore the clinical partners of IU School of Medicine at each of the school’s nine statewide campuses.

Bloomington

Bloomington

The primary clinical partner for the Medical Sciences Program at IU School of Medicine-Bloomington is IU Health Hospital-Bloomington, but students gain clinical practice and patient care experience in other primary care, specialized care and private practice settings in the Bloomington community.
Evansville

Evansville

Even in the first year of medical training, students at IU School of Medicine-Evansville have the opportunity to rotate at some of the best clinical and teaching hospitals in Evansville as well as in the surrounding cities of Jasper and Vincennes.
Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne

Students at the Fort Wayne campus complete their clinical clerkships at Lutheran Health Network and Parkview Health facilities. Both hospital systems have Level II Trauma services and specialists who treat patients in northeat Indiana, Southern Michigan and northwest Ohio.
Northwest—Gary

Northwest—Gary

The Gary campus has strong working relationships with 11 hospitals in the area, including the Community Hospitals, The Methodist Hospitals, Franciscan Alliance System, Porter Health Care System and IU Health La Porte, along with five federally qualified community health centers and four mental health agencies.
Indianapolis

Indianapolis

IU School of Medicine enjoys collaborative partnerships with six IU Health hospitals in Indianapolis as well as Eskenazi Health and the Roudebush VA Medical Center, offering tremendous clinical opportunities for medical students, residents, fellows and faculty at this campus.
Muncie

Muncie

IU School of Medicine in Muncie partners with Ball Memorial Hospital and Meridian Health Services. With 64 residents, Ball Memorial currently has the largest graduate medical education program in Indiana outside Indianapolis, with residency programs in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Transitional Year.
South Bend

South Bend

Five teaching hospitals and three community clinics in the South Bend area benefit from the clinical care provided by IU School of Medicine students and faculty, and two hospitals offer residency programs in Family Medicine.
Terre Haute

Terre Haute

Students and faculty at IU School of Medicine-Terre Haute provide clinical care in seven hospitals in the area, including Union Hospital, Terre Haute Regional Hospital, Reid Hospital, Jasper Memorial Hospital, Sullivan County Community Hospital, Greene County General Hospital, and St. Vincent Clay Hospital.
West Lafayette

West Lafayette

Through partnerships with Franciscan St. Elizabeth Health and IU Health Arnett, medical students at IU School of Medicine-West Lafayette work individually with community-based clinical faculty volunteers to participate in clinical practice and patient care in this community.