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Education Programs

Obstetrics and Gynecology is a complex and dynamic specialty that is constantly evolving in response to patient needs, treatment modalities, and socio-political influences. The teaching physicians at Indiana University School of Medicine are fiercely loyal to improving women’s health care and training the next generation of OB-GYN physicians.

In the Department of OB-GYN at IU School of Medicine, education comes first. The teaching physicians in this department are dedicated to providing an excellent educational experience that provides a solid foundation for graduates, allowing them to pursue whatever career path they choose: private practice, academic generalist or subspecialty training.

A physician specializing in OB-GYN is often a woman’s primary care provider. With this in mind, students training in this area of medicine are encouraged to learn obstetrics and gynecology as well as all aspects of women’s health.

MD Education

Indiana University School of Medicine offers a nationally recognized, fully accredited four-year medical education program leading to a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree.

MD Student Education

MD Training

The Obstetrics and Gynecology rotation involves close interaction with house staff and faculty and a hands-on approach to learning by doing.
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OBGYN programs Residency


Faculty in this department provide high-quality OB-GYN resident training in diverse clinical settings across a wide variety of potential career paths.
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OB-GYN fellows are actively involved in resident education as they pursue training in a chosen subspecialty of this demanding area of medicine.
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