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Richelle Baker, MD, works with residents and fellows while rounding on the inpatient units

Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship

The two-year ACGME-accredited (with a three-year research option) Pediatric Hospital Medicine (PHM) Fellowship at IU School of Medicine and Riley Hospital for Children trains highly motivated pediatricians for careers in pediatric hospital medicine. Through exposure to a variety of patient experiences in clinical medicine and formal training in academic scholarship, teaching, quality improvement, leadership and advocacy, graduates of this program are prepared for academic careers in the field of pediatric hospital medicine. One PHM fellow is accepted into the program every year.

Physicians interested in applying for the PHM Fellowship program at IU School of Medicine should submit through the ERAS website.

Program Leadership

Apply for Fellowship

Applications are accepted yearly for one fellow per year.

A completed application and all required documents can be submitted to the ERAS website. Applicants should visit the PHM Fellowship website for more information about applying to PHM fellowships and register on the ERAS website.


Fellowship DIrector
8920-Baker, Richelle

Richelle M. Baker, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

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Associate Program Director
42513-Meara, Jodie

Jodie M. Meara, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

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Fellowship Coordinator

Kris Powell

Fellowship Coordinator



In this two-year program, fellows encounter a variety of clinical experiences in academic and community hospitals.


One fellow is accepted every year in this program allowing for optimal clinical experiences during their time.

Jon Merrell, MD, works in the lab in the Wells Center for Pediatric Research


Each fellow completes at least one clinical research project related to their interests in pediatric hospital medicine

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Diversity and Inclusion

Indiana University is seeking fellows who are dedicated to compassionate patient care, and we are committed to encouraging diversity and inclusion in the work environment.

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wade clapp gives a white coat to a graduating fellow who is asian american