Medical Universities & Colleges in Indiana
- Indiana University has the second-largest medical school in the U.S.medical text image by funkatronik from Fotolia.com
The Indiana University School of Medicine is Indiana's only medical school, but it is the second largest medical school in the country. Its nine campuses are scattered throughout the state so that no corner of Indiana is far from a institution of medical education. Regional campuses are affiliated with local universities, allowing the school to form partnerships that utilize the resources of Indiana's entire system of higher education.
- Indiana University's main campus in Bloomington is home to one of the medical school's satellite campuses. Students at this campus gain clinical experience at Bloomington Hospital and have opportunities for teaching assistantships, summer research programs and international programs.
Jordan Hall 105
1001 E. 3rd Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
- Each year, the School of Medicine assigns 16 students to the University of Southern Indiana campus at Evansville, where they will spend their first two years in courses with science faculty and a clinical faculty made up of local physicians who volunteer their time.
Health Professions Center, Third Floor
8600 University Blvd.
Evansville, IN 47712-3590
- The medical school's Fort Wayne program is housed in the state-of-the-art Medical Education and Research Building. Students spend their first two years here in courses taught by science faculty and clinical courses taught by local physicians. In 2009, the Fort Wayne campus added third-year clerkship rotations in local hospitals and clinical settings.
2101 Coliseum Blvd. East
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
- Students at the West Lafayette campus are registered as special graduate students at Purdue University, thereby gaining access to the resources of this large public university. Medical students here undertake first- and second-year course work in preparation for further study at the medical school's main campus.
Lynn Hall B181
625 Harrison Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907
- Indiana's statewide system of medical schools has offered medical education in Muncie since 1970. The program is affiliated with Ball State University and is housed in the Edmund F. Ball Medical Education Center, a building constructed in 2000 to host the medical school and the Ball Memorial Hospital Family Practice residency program.
E. F. Ball Medical Education Center
221 N. Celia Avenue, MT 201
Muncie, IN 47306
- The medical school's Northwest campus in Gary employs 15 full-time faculty and has 120 volunteer physicians. The campus offers an innovative program in which first- and second-year students gain clinical knowledge in science courses that use medical case studies.
Gary, IN 46403
- The South Bend medical campus was created in 1970 and the campus was moved to a new facility in 2005. The program admits 48 students into its first two years and 20 students into years three and four. The program is supported by faculty from both the medical school and the University of Notre Dame, and clinical experience is provided at the South Bend area's two major hospitals.
100H Raclin-Carmichael Hall
1234 Notre Dame Avenue
South Bend, IN 46617
- The Terre Haute campus, at Indiana State University, offers a four-year program in medical education that concentrates on rural medicine. Begun in 2008, this program aims to confront the problem of rural populations underserved by medical professionals. The program provides education that is uniquely oriented toward the problems faced by rural doctors. Students work with community partners to develop an understanding of rural health issues and to put their clinical knowledge to use in a rural setting.
135 Holmstedt Hall
620 N. Chestnut Street
Terre Haute, IN 47809
- The medical school's main campus in Indianapolis offers its own four-year program as well as integrating third- and fourth-year students who began their medical education at other campuses around the state. The school offers internships and residencies in 90 specialties, and students gain clinical experience in six area hospitals and medical centers.
340 West 10th Street, Suite 6200
Indianapolis, IN 46202