The IU School of Medicine Indianapolis campus is located just a mile and a half from the center of downtown Indianapolis, which is ranked nationally for livability and ranked 8th by Forbes for best places in the nation for business and careers, with recognition for major health care industry contributions.
Indianapolis offers many opportunities for cultural and historical enrichment, including a Symphony and other performance art organizations, theaters and museums. The award-winning Indianapolis Zoo, Children’s Museum and Conner Prairie provide residents with additional cultural activities and entertainment year round.
In addition, residents at IU School of Medicine receive a generous benefits package that includes comprehensive health and medical coverage as well as mental health and personal counseling care. Paid time off for residents and fellows is also encouraged, and house staff receive on-call meals, preferential parking at no charge and tuition discounts at Indiana University for depends and spouse.
Health and Wellness
Residents and fellows receive a comprehensive health plan that includes options for mental health services and behavioral health care. IU School of Medicine provides free and confidential counseling services to resident and fellow physicians. Available services include individual, couples and family, group counseling, consultation, programming and emergency intervention. All individuals are treated with respect regardless of age, color, counseling concern, ethnicity, gender, marital/parental status, national origin, race, religion, physical ability, sexual orientation or veteran status. To learn more about mental health services and employment benefits, visit the Office of Graduate Medical Education website.
A Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
IU School of Medicine fosters a culture that enables all to reach their full potential by providing a distinctive career with high-impact research and teaching opportunities for prospective faculty. To learn more, visit the diversity affairs website.
House Staff Life
- Orthopaedic surgeon taking ‘victory lap’ with Indy fellowship
- PGY 4: A Day in the Life with Kyle Jamison
- PGY 3: A Day in the Life with Elizabeth Hathaway
- PGY 2: A Day in the Life with Larrilyn Grant
- PGY 1: A Day in the Life with Christopher Hyppolite
- GME Shoutouts: Resident Volunteers for SIG Cluster Events