Important:  Our residency program plans to participate in ERAS signaling and encourages all interested applicants (including LLU medical students) to signal our program.

We are an inclusive Christian family medicine residency program that trains diverse physicians to promote whole person care and reduce disparities.

Our residency program leverages the resources of a university program in a community hospital setting, working in an inclusive environment to serve a diverse patient population.

The residency offers a unique chance to learn at a federally qualified health center (FQHC). At the same time, you'll provide care to one of the most medically underserved areas in the country. You'll serve underserved groups in the area, including minority groups, immigrants, refugees, and people who are uninsured or houseless.

Our program is committed to excellent whole-person, team-based care for our patients. We look for residents who both share these values and reflect our communities.

Quick Facts

Residents in the program
Annual activities to support resident well-being
Languages spoken by our diverse residents

Why Choose Loma Linda University Family Medicine Residency

  • Just 60 miles east of Los Angeles, Loma Linda offers easy access to the beaches, mountains and popular hot spots.
  • At our academic medical center you'll experience a full spectrum of patients and diseases in a teaching environment. 
  • The curriculum focuses on care of the underserved and whole person care for patients, doctors and the community.
  • Your personal and spiritual health are respected and valued with an emphasis on professional well-being.
Hobart Lee, Family Medicine Residency Program Director Photo
Hobart Lee, Family Medicine Residency Program Director Photo
"Our residents learn whole-person care not just for their patients, but also for themselves... The faculty members pride themselves in creating a supportive environment where residents can pursue their individual career interests. Program graduates have gone to work in underserved areas, academic family medicine, global health work, and private practice."