IU med school looks to expand rotations outside Indianapolis
AP/Chicago Tribune, April 1, 2008
Indiana University plans to have students take clinical rotations at hospitals outside Indianapolis starting in fall 2008. After launching pilot rotations in South Bend and Fort Wayne, IU eventually plans to expand to several other cities. In addition to helping the medical school accommodate its larger class sizes, officials hope to expose students to parts of the state they might want to return to for work.
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