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Psychiatry and Internal Medicine Residency

Good Samaritan has partnered with the prestigious medical school, Indiana University School of Medicine, to develop both Psychiatry and Internal Medicine Residency programs. This partnership is part of the Southwest Indiana Graduate Medical Education Consortium, an initiative of allied IU residency programs intended to provide care and to address the physician shortage in the region. This collaboration offers our residents with access to outpatient clinics in both larger metro areas and community settings, providing a well-rounded training experience.

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Psychiatry Residency

Part of Indiana University’s Southwest Indiana Consortium, the Psychiatry Residency at Vincennes enables collaboration among multiple teaching hospitals and residents, and provides a comprehensive broad-based education in clinical psychiatric diagnosis and treatment in a community setting. The curriculum in the Psychiatry Residency Program at Vincennes integrates residents with primary care physicians in state-of-the-art teaching hospitals and clinics throughout southern Indiana. With the program’s unique structure, residents are afforded opportunities in research, scholarship, didactics and educational support at Indiana University School of Medicine.

Psychiatry Residency Brochure

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Internal Medicine Residency

The Southwest Indiana Internal Medicine Residency offers both a three-year categorical track and a one-year preliminary track. Though the program is young, our core faculty is highly experienced with over 80 years of total experience in Graduate Medical Education. We have a proven legacy of recruiting high-performing residents from highly ranked medical schools, nationally, internationally and locally in Indiana.

Internal Medicine Residency Brochure

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