Emergency Medicine

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Education Programs

Faculty within the IU School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine share their expertise and passion for discovery with future physicians through classroom instruction, hands-on clinical experiences and opportunities to publish original research. The department provides educational opportunities for medical students, residents and subspecialty fellows. This department’s statewide clerkship instructs every medical student attending the school. An emergency medicine residency established in 1979, a combined emergency medicine/pediatrics residency and several clinical fellowships prepare residents for any job in emergency medicine around the globe.

Medical Student Training

Medical Student Training

The Statewide Emergency Medicine clerkship has received IU School of Medicine's Outstanding Clerkship award eight times since its inception in 2004.
Residency Program

Residency Program

IU School of Medicine offers two ACGME-accredited emergency medicine residency programs: a three-year emergency medicine residency with with five voluntary tracks—academic, advocacy, administration, global health and EMS—and a five-year emergency medicine and pediatrics combined residency, the oldest EM/Peds program in the nation.
Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs

IU School of Medicine offers four ACGME-accredited emergency medicine fellowships: medical toxicology, clinical informatics, out-of-hospital care (EMS) and pediatric emergency medicine. In addition, the Department of Emergency Medicine offers two subspecialty fellowships in emergency ultrasound and disaster medicine.