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Clinical Care

From adolescence through childbearing and menopausal years, women receive comprehensive care from Indiana University School of Medicine faculty who treat patients through the school's partnership with Indiana University Health. Physicians in the IU School of Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology offer regular and/or consultative care at several IU Health Hospitals around Indianapolis, including IU Health Methodist Hospital and IU Health University Hospital, as well as at Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital. These physicians also serve as consultants to physicians throughout Indiana.

This group of faculty physicians offers one of the most comprehensive and world-class women’s health programs in the region, including preventive and consultative services, diagnostic imaging and testing, drug therapy and surgical treatment options. As OB-GYN specialists, they personalize treatment plans to match the needs of every patient. The physicians, nurses, and clinical staff create a supportive environment for patients, listening and tailoring recommendations and care plans to individual needs.

Because they teach the next generation of leaders, IU faculty physicians are well-versed in the latest clinical practices today as well as developing promising treatment options for tomorrow. As a national leader in basic science, translational research and clinical trials, these physicians offer patients access to the latest treatment options before they are widely available elsewhere in the region.

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  • Obstetrics and Maternal-Fetal Medicine
    Indiana University Health obstetricians deliver more than 3 thousand babies each year and offer a complete obstetrical specialty program, which includes general obstetrical care inclusive of antenatal and postpartum care, maternal-fetal medicine for high-risk pregnancies, consulting with neonatology/intensive care nursery care with IU Health Riley Hospital for Children physicians and prenatal genetic diagnosis and screening.
  • Gynecology
    Indiana University Health gynecologists offer women preventive gynecologic care as well as clinical programs to address the medical needs of women throughout every stage of their lives. This subspecialty encompasses adolescent gynecology, gynecologic oncology, routine annual exams and gynecologic care, menopause services, premenstrual syndrome, reproductive surgery, robotic gynecologic surgery and urogynecology with a focus in bladder and pelvic floor health.
  • Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
    Indiana University Health OB-GYNs provide a clinical subspecialty program for women who need infertility care.

Global Reproductive Health

IU School of Medicine Department of OB-GYN provides support for the school’s Moi University collaboration in a number of ways, including learning exchanges between faculty, residents, and medical student electives as well as support for the maternity educator and team leader positions.

OB-GYN Global Health