Objectives: To describe the most recent 7 year experience with 137 Indiana pouch patients at a single institution and provide data on complications with this type of urinary diversion during the first postoperative year. Methods: We queried our bladder cancer database to identify all patients who underwent cystectomy with continent catheterizable urinary reservoir between 2012 and 2018. Pre-, intra-, and postoperative data were collected. Complications were stratified into early (within 90 days) and midterm (90-365 days). The primary outcomes were postoperative complications, and overall and cancer-specific mortality. Results: A total of 137 patients underwent open cystectomy with Indiana pouch creation. Of these, 93% were radical cystectomies. On average, the operation took 422 minutes. There were 53 (39%) patients who experienced any type of complication during the first postoperative year (Clavien II-V). Twenty-five patients (18.2%) readmitted in the early postoperative period vs 18 (13.1%) patients midterm. There were 10 (7.3%) patients that required early reoperation and 11 (8%) in the midterm period. The overall mortality rate was 1.5% early and 3.7% midterm, with the majority of the mortality rate attributed to cancer progression (85.7%). Conclusion: Patients undergoing continent catheterizable reservoir urinary diversion appear to have comparable complication rates to other urinary diversions published in the literature. At high-volume urologic institutions, Indiana Pouch creation is a suitable option for select patients desiring a continent diversion.