The child neurology residency program at Loma Linda University Health provides an outstanding opportunity for clinical training in a dynamic and academically challenging environment. Our program places a high priority on resident education and well-being and prides itself in encouraging the development of clinicians who are well-qualified to go on to practice general child neurology or to pursue fellowship and research interests. We offer a combined five-year residency that begins with two years of general pediatrics training and continues with one year of adult neurology training and then completes with two years of child neurology training. We accept one new resident a year.

Our attending child neurologists are capable and experienced clinicians who work well with each other and with residents. Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital is a tertiary referral center serving inland southern California. It is one of the busiest children’s hospitals on the west coast, caring for thousands of children each year. We are strongly integrated with the hospital’s large pediatric residency program, with pediatric residents rounding on our ward service and being involved in the workup of the majority of our clinic and consult patients. Our child neurology residents play a major role in educating the pediatric residents and medical students.

Located in sunny Southern California, we invite you to visit our program, meet our residents and enjoy our hospitable weather and community.

Thank you,

Gregory Aaen, MD
Program Director

Young-Min Kim, MD
Associate Program Director

David Michelson, MD
Division Chief

Cathy Winter
Program Coordinator
Contact Information:
(909) 651-5746