Fellowship Mission Statement
Indiana University Health (IU Health) is committed to cultivating future healthcare leaders through meaningful experiential learning opportunities. This Administrative Fellowship aligns with the overall IU Health vision of leading the transformation of healthcare through quality, innovation & education (both clinical and non-clinical), and by serving the community and patients of Indiana.
This Fellowship is a two-year post-graduate experience where aspiring healthcare leaders work alongside our senior executives and physician leadership to gain an understanding of IU Health operations and strategic priorities. This Fellowship serves to cultivate the next generation of healthcare leaders at IU Health.
About IU Health
IU Health is the largest health system in Indiana and among the top ten largest single state nonprofit health systems in the United States. In addition to its 14 hospitals (a mix of urban, suburban and rural), IU Health is truly an integrated system with a provider-sponsored health plan and 4 employed physician groups. The IU Health Physicians group employs nearly 1,900 physicians and advanced practice providers at more than 175 locations across the state.
A unique partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM), the nation's largest medical school, gives patients access to innovative treatments and therapies. As Indiana's most comprehensive healthcare system, IU Health includes three major hospitals in Indianapolis (IU Health Methodist Hospital, IU Health University Hospital and Riley Hospital for Children) which serve as the Academic Health Center (AHC). As an academic health system our regional and statewide facilities align with the AHC to provide seamless, high quality patient care.
IU Health has achieved significant success across multiple clinical programs that have resulted in national recognition:
- Indiana's only healthcare system to be nationally ranked by U.S. News and World Report 19 years in a row
- Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health ranked among the top children's hospitals in the country by U.S. News and World Report and is the only ranked children's hospital in Indiana.
- Seven hospitals are designated as Magnet hospitals by the American Nurses Credentialing Center recognizing excellence in nursing care.
About Indianapolis, Indiana
Indianapolis is the capital of the state of Indiana. From the legendary Indianapolis 500 to the NCAA Hall of Champions, to museums and other cultural attractions, Indianapolis has many exciting venues and activities to offer visitors and residents.