About IU Health
- Mission, Vision & Values
- Facts & Figures
- IU Health Executives
- Board of Directors
- Indiana University School of Medicine
- In The Community
- National Rankings
- Patient Rights & Responsibilities
- Patient Information
- Magnet Designation
- Vendor Relations
- Volunteering at Indiana University Health
Indiana University Health is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system. A unique partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine, one of the nation’s leading medical schools, gives patients access to innovative treatments and therapies. IU Health is comprised of hospitals, physicians and allied services dedicated to providing preeminent care throughout Indiana and beyond.
Total admissions: 144,919
Total outpatient visits: 2,563,086
Total Physicians: 3,707
Total team members: 36,000
Total staffed beds: 3,541
IU Health offers a full range of specialty and primary care services for children and adults, including the following areas of clinical expertise:
Cancer: Ranked on the annual list of best hospitals by U.S.News & World Report, IU Health Cancer Centers are Indiana’s largest network of cancer specialists and are connected through IU Health Simon Cancer Center - the state’s only National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated cancer center that provides patient care.
Cardiovascular: Indiana’s only heart program ranked by U.S.News & World Report, IU Health Cardiovascular specialists treat some of the most complex cases, offer unequaled care, combine innovative technology with advanced procedures and have a strong reputation for patient safety.
Neuroscience: One of the largest programs in the country, and the only one in Indiana recognized by U.S.News & World Report, IU Health Neuroscience provides a full range of neurological and neurosurgical services along with access to the latest research and treatment options.
Orthopedics: As Indiana’s only orthopedics program ranked by U.S.News & World Report, IU Health Orthopedics provides comprehensive joint, spine, bone and muscle care for adults and children.
Pediatrics: The only Indiana hospital ranked among the top children’s hospitals in the nation by U.S.News & World Report, Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health offers comprehensive children’s care—from the routine to the most complex.
Transplant: IU Health Transplant is the only comprehensive transplant program in Indiana and the nation’s fourth-largest solid-organ transplant center. Outstanding expertise, short wait times and positive outcomes make it the ideal choice for patients.
IU Health Physicians
A collaborative partnership with Indiana University Health and Indiana University School of Medicine, IU Health Physicians is comprised of more than 1,000 board-certified or board-eligible physicians, more than 100 locations statewide and approximately 1,300 team members, including more than 250 advanced practice providers.
IU Health Quality Partners
IU Health Quality Partners is a physician-led and physician-managed clinical integration program, offering the resources, expertise and experience to provide the best practice delivery and highest level of patient care while eliminating inefficiencies to reduce costs. The program currently has over 2,700 specialty and primary care physicians throughout the state, both independent and employed by IU Health Physicians and other participating health systems.
- Eleven clinical programs ranked among the top 50 national programs in U.S.News & World Report’s 2013–14 edition of America’s Best Hospitals.
- Ten specialty programs at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health ranked among the top 50 children’s hospitals in the nation.
- Six hospitals designated as Magnet® hospital systems by the American Nurses Credentialing Center recognizing excellence in nursing care.
Education and Research
As an academic health center, IU Health works in partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine to train physicians, blending breakthrough research and treatments with the highest quality of patient care.
Fellows and residents 1,123
Research conducted by Indiana University School of Medicine faculty gives IU Health physicians and patients access to the most leading-edge and comprehensive treatment options.
Research studies conducted (awarded ’11 – ’12) 1,429
Total grant research funding (awarded for fiscal year ’11 – ’12) $267,281,601
Community Benefit and Outreach
Every day, Indiana University Health team members positively impact statewide communities by carrying out the IU Health mission through clinical care, education, research and service. IU Health also makes significant investments around the state through community benefit initiatives, financial assistance and through creating partnerships to improve the health of community members.
In 2012, IU Health provided nearly $345 million in community benefit efforts including but not limited to: offering financial assistance to patients who are unable to pay; educating health professionals; engaging in innovative clinical research; and community outreach initiatives that improve the health of community members. As a part of our commitment to provide high-quality care regardless of a patient's ability to pay, IU Health provided nearly $183 million in free or reduced-cost healthcare to more than 139,000 patients.
To learn more about the IU Health commitment to serving Indiana communities, review the 2012 Community Benefit Report.
Total 2012 community benefit: Nearly $345 million
Persons served (in 2012): Over 1.3 million community members
Number of team member volunteers (in 2013): 10,600
Additional IU Health Services:
- Hospital-based physician practices
- Outpatient centers
- Six regional LifeLine bases
- Pharmacy and Home Care services
- Business Solutions
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