The Loma Linda University Addiction Medicine Fellowship is a one-year accredited fellowship that has four positions, and will be expanding to six positions.

As a fellow, you will gain exposure to screening, diagnosing, and treating a wide variety of substance use disorders. You’ll support recovery in persons of all ages, genders and socioeconomic conditions.

    Quick Facts

    $3.5M
    HRSA fellowship support
    35+
    Fellowship graduates
    1990
    Fellowship established

    Why Choose Us

    • Varied training: You train at the Veterans Administration, Behavioral Medical Center, methadone clinics, SACHS (a federally qualified health center) and other facilities.
    • Great location: Located in sunny Southern California within a 60 mile radius from the beach, mountains and Los Angeles.
    • Career advancement: Develop expertise in the field of addiction and, with personalized mentorship, create individualized career paths based on your interests.
    • Compassionate curriculum: Our curriculum focuses on providing whole person care to a wide demographic of patients.
    • Networking opportunities: Facilitate national networking by interacting with experts from across the country via the American College of Academic Addiction Medicine.
    Portrait of Dr. Lori D. Karan
    “Addiction medicine spans neuroscience, psychopharmacology, behavioral medicine and public policy. Practice heartfelt medicine while choosing a fascinating, relevant and varied career. Together, we can make it happen!”

    Additional Learning Opportunities

    • Earn an MPH with the preventive medicine department.
    • Experiential learning at Hazelden Betty Ford.