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Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency

Each year the Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency program at IU School of Medicine accepts 12-14 residents. Half of the class begins their training with Department of Medicine rotations and the other half with Department of Pediatrics rotations. The groups switch between departments about every four months.

IU School of Medicine’s Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency program offers residents a breadth and depth of training that can only be experienced at a large and established program, such as the one at IU School of Medicine, the largest medical school in the United States.

During the four-year program, residents are exposed to an extensive range of adult and childhood illnesses and diagnoses with rotations encompassing neonatology to geriatrics, ambulatory, inpatient, emergency and intensive care. Residents train primarily at the School of Medicine’s Indianapolis campus, which includes five teaching hospitals that serve as a referral center for a population of 6.4 million people.

For more information on the Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency program, including details about the curriculum, research training, and diverse clinical experience it offers, please visit the program website.

Residency in Indianapolis

Medical students who are considering an internal medicine/pediatrics residency in Indianapolis can learn more about IU School of Medicine’s Graduate Medical Education program, including details on admission requirements, stipends, benefits, policies and more.
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Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency

Each year, the Med-Peds residency program accepts 14 interns. Half of each class begins their training in medicine, the other half in pediatrics, with each group rotating every 4 to 5 blocks. At the end of a successful 16-month internship period, residents are prepared to lead a team and assume supervisory responsibilities.

Internal Medicine Pediatrics