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Residency Program at IU Health Arnett
Indiana University School of Medicine Arnett Family Medicine Residency, launching in 2018, facilitates learning across the continuum of care while emphasizing patient-centered ambulatory care delivery. The program’s longitudinal curriculum model provides the basis for achieving the quadruple aim of enhancing the patient experience, improving population health, reducing cost of care, and reducing physician burnout.
This family medicine residency training program promotes optimal health for individuals, families and the community by providing continuing and comprehensive patient-centered care and delivering excellence in family medicine through innovative medical education and practice. The Indiana University School of Medicine Arnett Family Medicine Residency Program prepares future physicians to provide patient-centered care through multidisciplinary efforts that integrate comprehensive team-based care and population health approaches for individuals, families and the community.
Residency Program Faculty
Additional Clinical Team Members
The IU School of Medicine Arnett Family Medicine Residency program is further enhanced by the leadership and expertise of two nurse practitioners: Shellie Coleman, FNP-BC, and Rebecca Hauck, FNP-C. The department also has a team of providers from these areas: Behavioral Health; Pharmacy; and Dietary.
Compensation and Benefits
In addition to exceptional training, residents at IU School of Medicine receive competitive benefits, including generous stipends and paid time off. Arnett Family Medicine Residency trainees receive an additional education stipend based on their stage of training: PGY-1 $10,000 and $1200 technology stipend; PGY-2 $5,000; PGY-3 $5,000. First and second-year residents receive 21 paid vacation/sick days, and third-year residents can take up to 28 paid vacation/sick days.
Other benefits of the residency program include a laptop; iPhone with data plan; paid AAFP and AMA membership dues; malpractice insurance; State of Indiana licensing fees; medical/dental insurance plans (paid in full for residents and family); disability and life insurance; cost of ABFM certification exam; cost of USMLE or COMLEX Step 3 registration fee; BLS, ACLS, NRP, Advanced Life Support for Obstetrics (ALSO), and PALS courses. The program also offers Medicare and Medicaid compliance training; online access to medical education resources (including Lexicomp, UpToDate, Micromedex, AAFP On-line Procedures and more); free parking; monogrammed lab coats; and scrubs.