IU Health Physicians Emergency Medicine
IU Health Physicians Emergency Medicine offers emergency physicians a full spectrum of career options, the resources of the largest healthcare system in Indiana, and the ability to maintain autonomy in practice.
IUHP Emergency Medicine is a not-for-profit, wholly-owned subsidiary of Indiana University Health. The group covers 7 hospitals in central Indiana and is fully integrated with the Indiana University School of Medicine. The group is also the designated medical team for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Indy Racing League, and provides sideline coverage for the Indianapolis Colts.
The IU School of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine and the associated faculty practice, recruit clinicians to provide care at one or more hospital emergency departments. Academic and community positions in central Indiana are available. Enthusiasm for medical education, facilitation of clinical research, and excitement for patient care in a busy Emergency Department are expectations of faculty. Residency training and board certification/preparation in Emergency Medicine are required in Level 1 facilities. Rank and tenure status are dependent upon interests and qualifications.
IU Health Methodist Hospital: Located in downtown Indianapolis, it is one of only three Level I Trauma Centers in the state and ranked in the top 5 performers in the UHC Quality and Accountability Study.
Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health: Located in downtown Indianapolis, it is one of the largest children's hospitals in the country and the only comprehensive pediatric, Level I Trauma Center and Burn Center in the state. Residents in Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, and Combined EM/Peds rotate through the ED.
IU Health University Hospital: A teaching hospital for the IU School of Medicine and a tertiary care facility located in downtown Indianapolis on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
Eskenazi Health: Level I Trauma Center and the region’s only adult burn center located in downtown Indianapolis on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. It serves as a teaching venue for the IU School of Medicine.
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital: A 400-bed teaching hospital located in Muncie, IN and an IU Health Partner.
IU Health North Hospital: Located in a northern suburb of Indianapolis; Carmel, IN, operates a 14-bed ED treating adults and children.
IU Health Saxony Hospital: Located within the residential and commercial development known as Saxony in the growing community of Fishers, IN, operates a 42-bed hospital and a full emergency department.
IU Health West Hospital: An extension of the IU Health system operating in Avon, a western suburb of Indianapolis approximately 15 minutes from downtown.
About the Indianapolis Region
Indianapolis, Indiana, the 17th largest U.S. city, is a sophisticated city blending charm and culture with a wonderful balance of business and leisure. Residents of this dynamic city, and surrounding suburbs, enjoy:
- Leading educational systems and top-ranked universities paired with a diverse population
- Top ranked international airport; "Best Airport in North America" eight consecutive years
- Arts, theaters, world-class museums, zoo, aquariums, concerts and memorials
- Lively nightlife, local wineries, retail, and cuisine with local flavors
- Historic neighborhoods, surrounding cultural districts, and low costs of living
- Collegiate and professional sports, golfing, boating, bike-friendly, and an abundance of parks and green space
- Close proximity to Chicago, St. Louis and Cincinnati