Dr. Brandon Dickey is a native of Anderson, IN, and earned his undergraduate degree at IU Bloomington and his medical degree at Indiana University School of Medicine, where he went through the Muncie campus.
After finishing his internal medicine residency at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, Dr. Dickey was hired as the Ball Internal Medicine Residency ambulatory clinic director in 2007 and became an associate program director. He assumed the role of program director of the Ball Internal Medicine Residency program in 2019. Dr. Dickey is a strong medical leader at both IU Health Ball and beyond. He is Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at IU School of Medicine and serves as both regional site leader for the ,edicine clerkship and director of Fundamentals of Clinical Practice for IU School of Medicine-Muncie. He also has been chairman of the Ball Medical Executive Committee and is currently Vice Chair of the Ball Medicine Department. He has been involved in the American College of Physicians for many years and he is a fellow of ACP and recipient of the Governor’s Award.
Dr. Dickey is the recipient of multiple IU School of Medicine-Muncie Teaching Awards as well as the 2017 Indiana University Trustees’ Teaching Award. He is a frequent speaker at various community functions and patient education groups.
His interests include virtually all sports and games. Most of his time away from the hospital is spent with his family. He also enjoys playing golf and gaming.