Indiana University School of Medicine faculty physicians provide the highest quality care to patients throughout Indiana and to those who travel from afar to access the school’s diverse expertise.

The school is closely aligned with Indiana University Health, the state’s largest and most comprehensive health care system with 16 hospitals across Indiana, including Methodist, University and Riley hospitals in downtown Indianapolis. This unique partnership enables IU School of Medicine’s faculty physicians to seamlessly integrate research findings into patient care and to offer promising clinical research studies to patients close to home.

IU Health’s statewide footprint also allows IU School of Medicine to influence the delivery of care outside the traditional academic health center and to provide the most advanced therapies to patients in community hospitals throughout Indiana.



Since the 1970s, when IU oncologist Dr. Lawrence Einhorn pioneered the cure for testicular cancer, IU School of Medicine has been a leader in cancer care. Today, patients at IU Health have access to genomically guided therapies, immunotherapies, and other innovative treatments only available at elite academic medical centers.


IU Health is consistently one of the 10 largest transplant programs in the United States and is nationally recognized for excellent outcomes and shorter wait times than other programs.


Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is the premier provider of pediatric care in Indiana. IU School of Medicine pediatric specialists at Riley treat the sickest children and most complex cases with both compassion and skill. Parents can also find expert primary care for their children through Riley Children’s Health.

Physician-Led and -Managed Practice Plan

IU School of Medicine faculty physicians are members of IU Health Physicians, a multi-disciplinary group practice. Led and managed by IU School of Medicine faculty, IU Health Physicians is committed to ensuring that the school’s clinical, research and educational missions remain closely aligned, and that all work remains focused on improving care for patients.

Clinical Affairs

Other Clinical Partners

Eskenazi Health

IU School of Medicine has a long history of serving Indianapolis’ most vulnerable residents as part of a collaboration with Eskenazi Health, the city’s safety net health care system. Patients at Eskenazi Health have access to leading-edge care provided by IU School of Medicine faculty physicians. IU School of Medicine physicians staff Eskenazi’s Level 1 trauma center, busy emergency room and nationally highly regarded burn center, in addition to providing a full range of primary and specialty care.

Roudebush VA Medical Center

Faculty physicians provide expert care to Indiana’s military personnel and veterans through a long-standing relationship with the Richard L. Roudebush Veterans Administration Medical Center. The medical center, located near IU School of Medicine’s downtown Indianapolis campus, provides both primary and tertiary care. IU School of Medicine faculty are improving therapies through basic and clinical research related to PTSD, bone and fracture healing, traumatic brain injuries and other conditions affecting U.S. troops.