IU Health University Hospital is a 440-bed major teaching hospital and a recognized leader in technology. IU Health University Hospital offers patients access to treatments, therapies and procedures that are found only in the most advanced academic medical centers. Many of these advances start in the Indiana University School of Medicine research laboratories and are incorporated into patient care through clinical research programs at IU Health University Hospital.
Part of the IU Health Adult Academic Health Center, IU Health University Hospital is currently ranked by U.S. News and World Report as the top hospital in the state of Indiana, with five adult specialties and ten procedures rated as high-performing.
IU Health University Hospital is home to outstanding, nationally recognized programs, and the largest transplant program by volume in the state. It serves as a tertiary referral center for highly subspecialized care in oncology, hematology, bone marrow transplant and solid organ transplant, and is recognized for excellence in gastroenterology, pulmonology and many surgical subspecialties. The only National Cancer Institute (NCI) designated cancer center in the state, the Indiana University Health Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center, has its home at IU Health University Hospital.
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