- Refer a Patient
- Graduate Medical Education
- Student Electives
- Contract and Handbook
- Family Medicine Residency
- Internal Medicine Residency
- Transitional Year Residency
- Medical Staff Bylaws, Organizational Plan, Credentialing Policy
- Nursing Education
How do we measure up?
- First time Board Pass rate of 98% since 1995
- In-training assessment exam scores are consistently in the top 40% nationally
- Satellite campus for Indiana University School of Medicine first and second year medical students
- Site for third year Family Medicine clerkship for IUSOM
- Multiple elective rotations available for 4th year students from IUSOM or any US medical school
Annual Medical Education Scholarly Activity and Research Symposium
Each Family Medicine Resident must participate in an oral or poster case presentation once during their three year residency (see awards below).
Indiana Academy of Family Physicians Annual Research Day
Our residents have the opportunity to participate in the yearly research day and are eligible for cash prizes.
Longitudinal Performance/Practice Improvement Project
Our residents participate in a practice improvement project that spans their 2nd and 3rd years. This involves gathering data and evaluating our clinic performance on chosen standards of care or clinic efficiency parameters. The residents evaluate this data in an effort to formulate a plan for improvement of our clinical practices and overall efficiency. This project prepares residents for meeting their board certification requirements when in private practice.
Awards & Accomplishments
- Kevin Schopmeyer—1st Place Platform Presentation—"Polycythemia Presenting as a Discolored Nail"
- Kurtis Ellis—2nd Place Platform Presentation—"Mother Knows Best: Late-Onset Group B Streptococcal Disease in a 20-Day-Old Female"
- Kurtis Ellis—1st Place Poster Presentation—"Mother Knows Best: Late-Onset Group B Streptococcal Disease in a 20-Day-Old Female"
- Karalee Bessinger—3rd Place Platform Presentation—"An Atypical Case of Atypical Pneumonia"
- Alan Young—2nd Place Poster Presentation—"Performance Improvement Focused on the Clinical Management of Unhealthy Pediatric Weight " Co-authors: Justin Whitt, MD; Linda Daniel, PhD; Carolyn Shue, PhD
- Curtis O'Loughlin—1st Place Platform Presentation—“Late Presentation of a Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia”
- Anastasia Rairigh—2nd Place Platform Presentation—“My Asthma Meds Aren’t Working” Atypical Obstructive Sleep apnea and Its Role in Cardiovascular Disease
- Stephanie Russ—3rd Place Platform Presentation—“Triptan Induced Ischemic Colitis”
- Julia Degler—2nd Place Poster Presentation—“Stridor From Subglottic Hemangioma: An Infant With a Common Pediatric Symptom but Uncommon Diagnosis”
- Loren Hurst—3rd Place Poster Presentation—“Acute Epiglottitis In An Adult: Changes In the Post Vaccine Era”
- Peter Crane—William Stinson Scholarship Recipient
- Curtis O'Loughlin—AAFP/Bristol Myers Squibb Award for Excellence in Graduate Medical Education (one of only 12 recipients in the nation)
- Jean Roberts—1st Place Oral Case Report—"Chronic Migraine Headache and Associated Speech Delay in a 30-month-old Child"
- Bradley Haupricht—2nd Place Oral Case Report—"When Exercise Goes too Far: A Case of Exertional Rhabdomyolysis" and 3rd Place Oral Case Report at the IAFP State Research Day with the same report
- Brad Goates—1st Place Poster Case Presentation—"Three Year Old Female with pneumococcal meningitis and cardiac murmur"
- Jennifer Biggerstaff—3rd Place Poster Case Presentation—"Phimosis as a presenting symptom of Type 1 DM in an adolescent"
- Katie Mullins—William Stinson Scholarship Recipient
- Brad Morin—2nd Place Poster Case Presentation—"Topiramate-induced Angle-closure Glaucoma and Myopia"
- Sheirlie LaMantia—William Stinson Scholarship Recipient
- Nicholas Nussbaum—1st Place Oral Case Presentation—"Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma (Mycosis Fungoides)"
- Julie Gunther—2nd Place Oral Case Presentation—"A Twenty-One Year Old with Hemoptysis"
- Patricia Benoist—3rd Place Oral Case Presentation—"Neonatal Herpes Simplex Infection" and the William Stinson Scholarship Recipient
- Sharon Ruch—2nd Place Original Research—"Pediatric Obesity: A Local Epidemic?"
- Kristin Wood—William Stinson Scholarship Recipient
- Roy Miner, Jr., MD MPH—Elected for Alternate Resident Delegate to the AAFP Congress of Delegates at the 2007 National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students.
- Jennifer Wilson—1st Place Case Presentation and William Stinson Scholarship Recipient
- Erin Vinson—2nd Place Case Presentation—"West Nile Virus Meningitis: It Happened Here"
- Kristin Wood—3rd Place Case Presentation
- Amanda Dornfeld—William Stinson Scholarship Recipient
- Justin Whitt—2005 AAFP/Bristol-Myers Squibb Award for Excellence in Graduate Medical Education
- Drew Cougill—Director of Indiana Academy of Family Physicians resident section 2004 – 2005, delegate to 2003 national AAFP conference
- Lori Hurst—ISMA delegate, delegate to AMA RFS, Indiana resident delegate to AAFP National Conference of Family Medicine Residents 2004
- Spencer Richards—American Medical Society of Sports Medicine National Resident Scholarship
- Amanda Dornfeld—delegate to IAFP conference 2004, delegate to AMA RFS 2004
- Ryan Torrie—delegate IAFP conference 2004
- Bill Cooke—2003 National Patient Education scholar; 2nd place for research project at Indiana Academy of Family Physicians Resident Research Day; Resident delegate to state IAFP 2002 & 2003
- Amanda Morris—Pisacano Scholar ( through the American Board of Family Medicine); 2003 Bristol Myers Squibb Award recipient for Excellence in Graduate Medical Education; Participated in an elective at the Robert Graham Center in Washington, D.C. She conducted research looking at the role of international medical graduates in Family Medicine in the United States.
- Brian Morris—2nd place for case presentation at Indiana Academy of Family Physicians Resident Research Day