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General Internal Medicine

As a specialty division of IU School of Medicine’s Department of Medicine, General Internal Medicine covers education, research and patient care in the areas of adult internal medicine, pediatrics, family medicine, adolescent medicine, geriatrics and OB/GYN. Led by Greg Sachs, MD, the division was one of the first three of such specialty units in the United States, established in 1970 by Joe Mamlin. It is now one of the largest in the country – staffed by nearly 300 faculty – with diverse involvement in the tripartite academic mission of service, teaching and research.

Research

Research

Researchers in this division are organized into well-recognized and productive centers of excellence.
Clinical Care

Clinical Care

General internists faculty at IU School of Medicine are accomplished providers in the fields of adult internal medicine, pediatrics, family medicine, adolescent medicine, geriatrics and OB/GYN.
Fellowship

Fellowship

The division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics offers two fellowship programs.