Resources

IU School of Medicine Office of Graduate Medical Education offers a wide range of support and resources for residents and fellows.

Onboarding Essentials

Visit the Knowledge Base to locate your University ID, a unique 10-digit identifier. Your University ID serves as the key to your employee record and should be kept confidential.

CrimsonCard is Indiana University’s official photo ID card. Your CrimsonCard provides access to essential university services—printing, meals, libraries and access to University facilities. CrimsonCard is accepted at most dining and retail locations on campus and even some non-University restaurants and participating retailers.

Duo Two-Step Login is required for all Indiana University Network IDs. For more information about this system, setup and troubleshooting, visit the Knowledge Base.

Support Resources for Residents and Fellows

IU School of Medicine house staff members are encouraged to consider membership in the Marion County Medical Society and Indiana State Medical Association. Residents and fellows are automatically enrolled as a member of the American Medical Association as part of the IPM training modules made available to them.

While in training at IU School of Medicine, finding four faculty members to sponsor the membership application is easy. Since transfer to any other county medical society can be done by an endorsement letter, obtaining membership during training may make future membership much easier. Plus IU School of Medicine residents and fellows get a bargain rate per year for all three; new members receive the Marion County Society Bulletin, the Indiana State Medical Journal, J.A.M.A., and a choice of one of several specialty journals for much less than the cost of individual subscription rates.

Membership to the Indiana Members Credit Union (317-636-8479) is available to IU School of Medicine house staff. The credit union provides a range of banking services, including savings, no-charge interest-bearing checking, a variety of loans, payroll deduction, and a mortgage loan designed especially for residents (the 3/3 ARM Program). The dividend rate on regular savings, money market and checking accounts is competitive. A $50 deposit is required. The facility is located on the second floor of the IUPUI Campus Center. ATMs are located at all affiliated hospitals in Indianapolis and many buildings on the IUPUI campus.

Services of a Notary Public are available for official documents at no charge in the Administration Office at Eskenazi Hospital, the Information Desk (front lobby) of IU Hospital, and the Details Clerk (Ext. 2386) at VAMC. The GME Office in Fesler Hall 318 and several departmental offices also have notary services available.

The Underrepresented in Medicine program is designed to enhance the experience of underrepresented residents and fellows to ensure that all physicians in training – regardless of ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, family experience, type of upbringing or socioeconomic status – have the support needed to complete the journey from student to healer. The program engages house staff in a one-on-one experience with faculty, supporting the development of a diverse workforce in healthcare. In addition, the program offers a wide range of activities, social events, workshops, networking and career coaching. Mentors meet quarterly with mentee, assist with honing leadership skills and opportunities, facilitate development of professional skills, and encourage and support mentees.

IU School of Medicine residents and fellows have a wide range of options for mental health counseling and behavioral health care. Explore personal counseling support services available.

About Indiana University and IU School of Medicine

IU School of Medicine is the largest medical school in the US. The school includes 8 basic science departments and 18 clinical science departments.

Learn more about the IU School of Medicine statewide system of campus communities.  IU School of Medicine offers a wide variety of working and learning environments to meet different styles, needs and interests.

The history of IU School of Medicine is robust. Find out how the teaching hospital began to take shape and how the School has evolved into what it is today. Learn about the development of the nine campus system and the expansion of enrollment.

Medical education at IU School of Medicine includes undergraduate training for health professions as well as MD education, residency and fellowship training, graduate education, postdoctoral programs and even continuing medical education–all in a positive, inclusive teaching and learning environment that embodies the core values of excellence, respect, integrity, diversity and cooperation. IU School of Medicine offers training at every step of the journey to becoming a practicing physician and/or medical researcher and into professional practice.

Learn more about the IU School of Medicine Ruth Lilly Medical Library, including how to order published materials, classes and materials offered, library services, hours, and location.

InScope provides weekly news for faculty, staff and students at IU School of Medicine. Subscribe to access current and past issues as well as catch up on special features.

The IU School of Medicine intranet, MedNet offers a robust portal of documents to access as needed during your training and working years at IU School of Medicine.

The IU School of Medicine News Hub offers blogs and news releases that contain insight and information about the school’s work and programs related to medical education, research and clinical care.

Visit the Indiana University website to explore the larger university. All of IU is available at your fingertips when you access the IU Directory. Search by name, phone number or username.  Explore the history of this iconic university or visit the newsroom for current events.

Indianapolis Campus

The IU Health People Mover is an elevated monorail system that runs between Riley Hospital to Methodist, making one stop at Canal Station, which accesses the Pathology Lab and Fairbanks Hall. The Simulation Center at Fairbanks Hall provides additional information, including an overview of the system and hours of operation.

Visit the IUPUI Interactive Map and use the search box to enter your destination to find out where you need to go. The map allows you to filter based on features like accessibility, construction and emergency/safety in addition to providing details about building names and parking locations.

Parking on campus? Visit IUPUI Parking Services to obtain a permit, find out where you can park, and get updates on the latest construction activity. Maps for visitors are also available.

IUPUI operates a complimentary Campus Shuttle service. The system’s Brown, Purple, Gray and Pink lines provide service to different parts of the Indianapolis campus.

Swimming, indoor track and workout equipment are available to house staff in Indianapolis at the Natatorium for a reduced rate (317-274-3518) and the National Institute for Fitness and Sport (317-274-3432). Residents and fellows are also allowed to use the fitness centers located at IU Health hospitals and at the VA Hospital. Find all recreational facilities information on the Indianapolis Campus Recreation page.

Pay and Timekeeping

New employees who need to set up a One.IU.edu account can find guidance on the IU School of Medicine (IUSM) Task Center.

The Employee Center in One.IU provides quick and easy access to payroll and tax information, benefits management, pay advice, and much more.

Pay Schedules are provided by Financial Management Services based on pay schedule (bi-weekly vs. monthly).