IU School of Medicine’s hip and knee replacement surgery fellowship encompasses nearly all aspects of lower extremity adult reconstruction. Fellows complete clinical rotations at specialized institutions around Indiana, working with faculty-surgeons at the top of their field.
IU Health Saxony Hospital
Located in the rapidly-growing community of Fishers on the northeast side of Indianapolis – about 25 miles from downtown – IU Health Saxony Hospital has a primary focus on surgical services for cardiovascular, orthopaedics and spine. Saxony Hospital is home to the renowned Hip & Knee Surgery Center, where a high volume of joint replacement procedures are conducted each year.
IU Health Methodist Hospital
IU Health Methodist Hospital is a teaching and referral hospital that operates one of just two Level One Trauma centers in the state of Indiana. Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, adjacent to the academic campus, Methodist Hospital is highly ranked in orthopaedics as well as urology and cardiology services.
Roudebush VA Medical Center
The Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center serves Indiana military veterans and has a long-standing academic partnership with IU School of Medicine. Thousands of learners at all levels, in a variety of specialties, work in VA clinics, gaining unmatched professional experience. It is one of five US hospitals recognized by the American Hospital Association (AHA) for its leadership and innovation in quality improvement and safety.
Indiana Joint Replacement Institute - Union Health Hospital
The Indiana Joint Replacement Institute is a statewide hip and knee replacement program, led by Dr. Michael Meneghini, and has a unique partnership with Union Health. Union Health Hospital is a 380-bed hospital and regional referral center, located about 75 miles southwest of Indianapolis in the city of Terre Haute. The Union Health integrated system serving patients in west-central Indiana and east-central Illinois. The patient care facilities are a combination of ambulatory surgery centers and hospitals, the latter reserved for the more medically and surgically complex cases such as revisions and infections.