The Transitional Year Residency has prepared physicians for advanced specialty training for nearly 40 years. Successful applicants value the clinical foundation provided by the Transitional Year and share the program's emphasis on individual resident development. Residents enjoy a balanced clinical curriculum, outstanding employee benefits, and the supportive learning environment fostered by IU Health and IU School of Medicine.
The Indiana University School of Medicine Methodist Hospital Transitional Year Residency program is a one-year program that serves as the clinical base year prior to advanced residencies in anesthesiology, dermatology, diagnostic or interventional radiology, neurology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, or radiation oncology.
Cory Pitre, MD
Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
"The Transitional Year provides broad exposure to clinical experiences and professional skills—a bedrock on which trainees can build a successful, sustainable career in medicine."
Associate Program Director
Ashley Satorius, MD MS
Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
IU School of Medicine
The Transitional Year Residency is a proud part of the IU School of Medicine community.