The Psychiatry Residency Program at Indiana University School of Medicine provides outstanding clinical training in the full breadth and depth of Psychiatry with a diverse set of experiences. Program residents develop psychiatric careers as clinicians and/or educators within university-based medical centers, community hospital systems, private practice, subspecialties, research, community and public health providers, global health innovators, and other leadership positions. Each year, the program accepts eight (8) categorical psychiatry residents. Additional information is provided below regarding the rich opportunities that are tailored to each trainee’s individual interests and career needs.
Benefits of IU Psychiatry Residency at Indianapolis include:
- Health Insurance: Free health insurance for residents/ fellows and their spouse/children. No monthly premiums.
- Vacation: Three weeks PGY 1 and PGY2 years. Four weeks PGY3 and above.
- Competitive salaries. Learn more about Graduate Medical Education at IU School of Medicine.
- Protected time every Friday, on and off Psychiatry service, to attend Resident’s Business Meeting and didactics.
- Annual Education funds. Historically $700 per PGY level.
- Free access to required textbooks online.
- No weekend Psychiatry call PGY1 year.
- Meal allowance when on-call.
- Free parking on campus.
- Free malpractice, disability and life insurance.
- IU tuition benefit for residents/fellows their spouses and dependent children.
- Protected time annually for Resident/Fellow retreat.
- Multiple subspecialty fellowships within department