Contact Allison Ade at email@example.com to request an application for the Rural Medical Education program.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How do I apply?
A: You apply to this program through the regular University School of Medicine Admission Process. Please follow all the guidelines and identify your interest in the Terre Haute Rural Medicine Program.
Admission to the rural program also requires:
· A separate Rural Medicine application where your essays will be evaluated;
· A secondary interview in Terre Haute. The interviewing committee consists of community leaders from non-metropolitan counties as well members of the IUSM admissions committee.
Q: Will my degree have the same accreditation as the regular program?
Q: Will I have a separate curriculum from the regular program students, or will I be taught the same material?
Q: How will my education differ from the other medical students at IU?
Q: Will I have access to the same resources as the medical students in the non-rural program?
Q: What type of physician (specializations) can I be? Am I limited?
A: This program will prepare primary care physicians for the rural areas and will encourage specializations in family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics or obstetrics/gynecology.
Q: Are there scholarships geared towards this program?
Q: How well will this program prepare me to be the type of physician I want to be?
Further questions? Contact:
Dr. Taihung Duong, Assistant Dean
Indiana University School of Medicine - Terre Haute
Holmstedt Hall room 135
Terre Haute, IN 47809
Telephone: (812) 237-3410
For application forms, please contact:
Medical School Admissions Office
1120 South Drive
Fesler Hall 213
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202-5113
E-mail inquiries: inmedadm @ iupui.edu.