Facts & Figures
- Mission, Vision & Values
- Facts & Figures
- IU Health Executives
- Board of Directors
- In The Community
- National Rankings
- Patient Rights & Responsibilities
- Patient Information
- Magnet Designation
- Vendor Relations
- Volunteering at Indiana University Health
Indiana University Health includes Indiana’s most comprehensive academic health center and is one of the busiest hospital systems in the United States. Through its partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM)—the nation's second largest medical school and a global leader in medical education and research—IU Health is uniquely positioned to provide leading edge care and the most skilled clinical teams.
- Total Admissions 143,219
- Total Outpatient Visits 2,244,320
- Total Staffed Beds 3,326
- Total Full-Time Team Members 26,596
Education and Research
- Total Grant Research Funding $247,512,223
- Total Residents and Fellows 1,000
- Total Research Studies 2,600
- Total Investigators 700
As an academic health center, IU Health and IUSM work in partnership to train physicians, blending breakthrough research and treatments with the highest quality of patient care. In 2009, more than 1,000 residents and fellows received training in IU Health hospitals. Research conducted by IUSM faculty gives IU Health physicians and patients access to the most cutting edge and comprehensive treatment options. At the end of 2009, 4,200 patients participated in more than 2,600 research studies led by 700 investigators within IU Health facilities.
Community Investment and Outreach
Total Community Investment $499,726,446
Persons Served 500,000
Team Member Volunteers 2,000
United Way Commitments $751,000
IU Health treats all patients, regardless of ability to pay, and has a long-standing commitment to provide charity care (free or reduced-cost medical care) to uninsured, low income and medically indigent patients. Additionally, IU Health is devoted to improving the health of Indiana communities through a variety of activities.
U.S. News & World Report
Eleven clinical programs at IU Health/IUSM ranked among the top 50 national programs in U.S. News & World Report’s 2012 – 2013 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.
IU Health is designated as a Magnet hospital system by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, recognizing excellence in nursing care at IU Health Bloomington Hospital, IU Health Goshen Hospital, IU Health La Porte Hospital, as well as its downtown Indianapolis hospitals—IU Health Methodist, IU Health University and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. The designation is the gold standard for nursing excellence and the highest national honor an organization can receive for professional nursing practice.
University HealthSystem Consortium
In 2009 for the third consecutive year, IU Health Methodist Hospital was recognized as one of the nation’s best academic health centers by the University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC). IU Health Methodist received this prestigious award in recognition of excellence in delivering high quality care, as measured by the UHC Quality and Accountability Study conducted annually since 2005.