IU School of Medicine’s Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency program is known for its exceptional training, caring style and personalized attention. The program provides residents with diverse exposure to an extensive range of adult and childhood illnesses. With a focus on competency-based training, the program includes quality improvement, evidence-based medicine learning, professional development portfolios and clinic passports. The program’s team of accomplished faculty is focused on providing residents with the training, experience and skills needed to confidently pursue the next steps in a successful career. Each year the Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency program at IU School of medicine accepts 12-14 intern candidates.
Diverse Clinical Experience
Med-Peds Residents train primarily at the School of Medicine’s Indianapolis campus, which includes five teaching hospitals, ranging from a top-ranked children’s hospital to a largecounty hospital. Residents train in these settings with different levels of autonomy at each site, which helps build knowledge, skill and confidence in taking care of different types of patients. These hospitals serve as a referral center for a population of 6.4 million people, and medical informatics systems link all facilities. The patient population at these clinical training sites in Indianapolis is large and diverse, offering residents experience with the full spectrum of diseases in all types of patients from a variety of cultures and backgrounds.