As the third oldest Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency program, in addition to the largest with 56 residents, Indiana University School of Medicine is one of the premier Med-Peds training programs in the nation. Since its inception in 1982, 362 physicians have graduated to become leaders in health care within the state, across the country, and around the world. Educational, clinical and scholarly opportunities within the IU School of Medicine system are truly unparalleled. From individualized career planning to cutting edge collaborative research and global health, the Med-Peds program will takes residents where they want to go in their future career.
Med-Peds residents possess diverse backgrounds and bring their individual skills to further strengthen the program. The Med-Peds Residency is firmly integrated within the categorical programs and well-respected across the medical campus. Although the program is relatively large in number with the Med-Peds and categorical programs, residents are provided the balance and ample social opportunity to develop the feel of a smaller program and strong ties as a tight-knit group.
Each year, the Med-Peds Residency program accepts 14 interns. Half of each class begins their training in medicine, the other half in pediatrics, with each group rotating every four to five blocks. At the end of a successful 16-month internship period, residents are prepared to lead a team and assume supervisory responsibilities.