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Evansville Campus

Offering a unique mix of clinical experiences for medical students thanks to strong support from local physician-educators.

Indiana University School of Medicine–Evansville

IU School of Medicine–Evansville is located in the heart of downtown Evansville at the Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to collaborative medical education and clinical research. A 30,000 square foot world-class simulation center includes a large human structures lab, virtual hospital and twelve-room virtual clinic. Private and collaborative study spaces plus convenient access to faculty and technology create a balanced work-study environment.

Like the school’s other statewide campuses, medical students in Evansville follow the school’s statewide core curriculum and have exceptional community participation opportunities through student groups, medical service learning programs, extracurricular activities and a scholarly concentration focus in Quality and Innovation in Healthcare.

A large cohort of dedicated adjunct clinical faculty create a strong foundation for clinical rotations throughout southern Indiana with our established partnerships with Deaconess Hospital, St. Vincent – Evansville, Memorial Hospital & Health Care in Jasper and Good Samaritan in Vincennes. Through the support of these partners, IU School of Medicine and a regional consortium, an expanded residency program was recently launched and will accommodate more than 100 new graduate medical education positions.

Evansville is centrally located between Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louisville and Nashville. With six major hospitals serving approximately 2,000 beds, medical students and residents have a large variety of medical training opportunities on one campus at the epicenter of health care delivery in the southwest region of Indiana.

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"Can you hear it? It's the heartbeat of innovation."

The close knit community and the new Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to collaborative and innovative medical education and clinical research, make the Evansville campus unique.

Expanding Medical Education

In addition to the MD education program at the Evansville campus, collaborative planning between IU School of Medicine and a consortium of four regional hospitals, new residency programs have been established. These expanded programs will accommodate more than 100 new graduate medical education positions in southern Indiana over the next several years.

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Mary O'Daniel Stone and Bill Stone Center for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

A cornerstone of IU School of Medicine–Evansville is the Mary O’Daniel Stone and Bill Stone Center for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. The center catalyzes innovative therapies to advance the treatment of bipolar disorder through an expanded research team and first-of-its-kind data lake, and positions Evansville as a leader in the Midwest for psychiatric research and care for children and adolescents.

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Ileana Rodriguez

Medical Student

Ileana is using our large electronic medical records database to understand cardiology outcomes related to COVID-19. 

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Kara Garcia, PhD, ME

Assistant Professor of Radiology & Imaging Sciences

Garcia's research applies MRI-derived measures of growth to understand normal and abnormal brain development.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

IU School of Medicine is committed to advancing culturally competent medical education, clinical care and research through an inclusive environment that is conducive to teaching and learning. 


The Evansville campus offers the highest level of local scholarship support of all the school’s campuses. More than 60 percent of students at this campus receive scholarships—an average of $200,000/year in total awards based on academic performance, financial need and donor intent.