“Our faculty is united in our goal of delivering excellent clinical care and quality education to our residents and students. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We’re looking forward to meeting you soon.”
The combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency is a four-year program jointly sponsored by the departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Our purpose is providing broad, in-depth training to residents interested in providing compassionate, whole-person care to adults and children. Additionally, we seek residents with skills that meet the needs of medically underserved areas locally and globally.
Why Choose Loma Linda University Internal Medicine & Pediatrics Residency
- We are based in the 13th largest metropolitan area in the United States.
- Our residents have their own private practices as primary care providers at Loma Linda University Moreno Valley Medicine & Pediatrics Clinic. This is separate from categorical internal medicine and categorical pediatrics residents.
- The clinic is chiefed by med-peds attendings. The patient population is a mix of private and public insurance.
- Our graduates complete residency prepared for any outpatient and inpatient care, in any practice setting, including fellowship training, hospital leadership and administration, and primary care.