Service learning is encouraged for students on the Muncie campus to serve as advocates for the health and well-being of the community.

Medical Service Learning

Community engagement through medical service learning is an important part of the path from student to physician. At all IU School of Medicine campuses, students are encouraged to participate in medical service learning experiences. Muncie service programs focus primarily on clinical care for high-need populations. The IU School of Medicine Medical Service Learning program also offers statewide curricular and co-curricular engagement opportunities for Muncie students.

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Medical Service Learning Programs in Muncie

  • Healthy Community Alliance HCA
    The Health Community Alliance’s primary purpose is to improve community health indicators related to chronic disease. The alliance focuses on three primary areas: increasing physical activity, improving nutrition, and decreasing tobacco use.
  • Open Door Health Services
    Open Door Health Services is a not-for-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center. The center provides comprehensive primary, urgent and preventive health care services to individuals and families throughout Central Indiana regardless of their health insurance status.