The Child Neurology Residency at Indiana University School of Medicine is a five-year program that begins with two years of training in pediatrics. Three years of subspecialty training in pediatric neurology follow. Six months of elective time are available during your pediatric neurology training, three months of which are pediatric.
Similar to the general neurology residency program, the first year of the Child Neurology Residency emphasizes patient evaluation and management at the teaching hospitals in Indianapolis that are affiliated with the IU School of Medicine. This patient care experience enables residents to develop clinical competence in general neurology.
|1.5||Roudebush Veterans Administration Hospital||Inpatient Service||Adult Neurology consult and primary service|
|1.5||Eskenazi Health||Inpatient Consults||Adult Neurology consult service|
|1||Sandra Eskenazi Outpatient Care Center||Outpatient Clinics||General outpatient Adult Neurology|
||Your Choice|| Elective
||Options include neurooncology, neuroophthalmology and neurotoxicology. Residents can also design own electives.|
|2||Riley Hospital for Children
||Inpatient Consults||Pediatric neurology consult service. Care for neurology patients throughout the hospital, emergency department and critical care units.|
|2||IU Health Neuroscience Center Outpatient Clinic||Outpatient Clinics||Rotate through general neurology subspecialty clinics, such as MS, ALS and Movement Disorders.|
|3||IU Health Methodist Hospital||Inpatient Consults||Adult Neurology consult service at our large Stroke Center. Child Neurology residents take their only Adult Neurology call during this rotation.|