The Health Professions Center, opened in 1995, is a classroom and office building housing the College of Nursing and Health Professions. The Indiana University School of Medicine, Evansville Center, is also located in the facility.
Features of the Health Professions Center include the 450-seat Mitchell Auditorium, the Charles E. Day Learning Resource Center, a dental hygiene clinic and dental laboratory, lecture rooms, classrooms, instructional laboratories, seminar rooms, and faculty offices. The lower level includes laboratories for science, classrooms for health services, a human performance laboratory, and the Student Health Center.
Mitchell Auditorium is a 450-seat lecture hall in the Health Professions Center. It is often the location for guest speakers and presentations that are open to the public.
Indiana University School of Medicine - Evansville Center
Established in 1971, Indiana University School of Medicine-Evansville is the southern most regional campus – and warmest climate – within the Indiana University School of Medicine hub-and-spokes system.
One of eight regional campuses across Indiana, IUSM-Evansville is part of Indiana’s only medical school, the nation’s second largest.
Medical students at IUSM-Evansville include 32 first and second-year students, taught by resident science faculty members and over 150 Volunteer Clinical Faculty members. The basic science faculty engage in biomedical research in well-equipped laboratories and publish in the scientific and medical literature. Currently, third and fourth-year students complete their M.D. degrees in Indianapolis.
For more information on the IU School of Medicine-Evansville Center visit their website.