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Overview

All residents complete one year of general surgical training at Indiana University Medical Center before beginning their urology rotations. This is a 1:4 program. During the first year of general surgery training, rotations include pediatric surgery, surgical ICU, pediatric urology, adult urology and renal transplantation. Rotations begin in July.

Four applicants are chosen for entry into our urology program (PGY 1-5), each with the understanding of completion of training five years later. At any time, each hospital has one junior and one senior resident in urology.

Residency Coordinator: Tina Hedges
535 Barnhill Dr, Suite 420
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: (317) 278-0221
Fax: (317) 278-0499
email: klhedges@iupui.edu

Residency Program Director: Chandru Sundaram, M.D.

IUSM information concerning residency programs, including housing, personal and family benefits, house staff handbook, and other helpful information. 

 

Compensation and Benefits 

  • Educational Stipend ($1500-$2500 depending on year)
    Includes books, educational items, conference travel, etc
  • Vacation: 4 weeks per year starting Uro-1
    One to be taken at either Christmas or New Year's
  • Parking passes and on call meal tickets are provided
  • Medical Insurance/Eye/Dental
  • Stipends for 2012-2013 for Levels 1 through 7 are listed below:
  Level Annual Monthly
PGY 1 $52,464 $4,371.98
PGY 2 $53,822 $4,485.20
PGY 3 $55,391 $4,615.93
PGY 4 $57,168 $4,764
PGY 5 $59,155 $4,929.58
PGY 6 $61,350 $5,112.50
PGY 7 $63,755 $5,312.93
PGY 8 $66,368 $5,530.70
PGY 9 $69,192 $5,765.98
PGY 10 $72,223 $6,018.60

 

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