Our Hospice and Palliative Medicine fellowship aims to provide excellent, compassionate, whole person care for our sickest patients in the Inland Empire. We want to train a new generation of palliative care clinicians, educators, and leaders who are dedicated to improving quality of life for patients with serious illness and their families.

We employ a combination of clinical experience, didactic instruction, and structured reflection to equip fellows to support the best quality of life throughout the course of an illness and to manage factors that contribute to the suffering of patients and their families. Palliative Medicine truly epitomizes Loma Linda University Health’s unique commitment to whole person care.

Quick Facts

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Why Choose Us

  • Purpose-built education: Our curriculum is designed to meet the educational needs for a career in palliative medicine and provide the utmost supportive environment for our fellows to thrive.
  • Diverse patient population: Loma Linda serves a diverse community of patients ranging from Blue Zone patients to those patients facing a lifetime of health disparities.
  • Guided by compassion: We are a faith-based institution respecting all faiths and emphasizing whole person, compassionate patient care.
  • Dynamic location: Loma Linda is a great location to take advantage of all that Southern California has to offer, from mountains and deserts to the ocean.
Gina Mohr Portrait
Gina Mohr Portrait
“I still find myself amazed at how much hope and healing can be found when patients are facing serious illness. It’s such a privilege to help people live as well as possible for as long as possible within the range of interventions they are willing to go through to get more time. I can’t think of a better way to spend my time!”