Hi! I was wondering what you guys think/ have heard about the Indiana University Med-Peds program. I interviewed there some time ago and I really liked the feel of the program. I also felt that the residents seemed happy and pretty confident in their clinical skills. In addition, the Med-Peds program is large (14/year) and well recognized in the hospital (residents appear proud to be in the Med-Peds track). There's one thing that bothers me a bit: I am planning to do a fellowship after residency, and looking at their Alumni I saw most people going into private practice/ hospitalist jobs, and the few pursuing a fellowship almost all stayed at Indiana University or close by (Ohio, Illinois etc.). I assume that most people did this because they liked it there or wanted to be with their families - I, for my part, would be interested in looking at fellowships in the New York, Philly or the Boston area. The question now is: does the Indiana Med-Peds program carries enough reputation to get you into those programs or does it close doors? Besides that, what is the general view on quality of teaching, quality of the residents and level of autonomy? Would be happy if you guys could share some opinions! Thanks!