The department of radiation oncology at Loma Linda University offers a four-year fully accredited residency training program. One or two residents are appointed each year through the National Resident Matching Program.
The department is committed to outstanding radiation oncology education. Loma Linda Medical Center is a 797-bed tertiary hospital serving the inland empire and San Bernardino County in both adult and pediatric medicine. Residents will gain extensive training in proton therapy, IMRT, Stereotactic Radiosurgery, SBRT, brachytherapy, as well as other conventional methods. Our highly diverse patient population and assortment of radiation techniques gives our residents a solid clinical background as well as ample research opportunities.
Requirements for admission include a PGY-1 internship at an approved medical institution. Applications are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Once applications are reviewed, notification of offers for interviews will be distributed via email. Interviews are mandatory and by invitation only.
Thank you for your interest in the Loma Linda University Medical Center Radiation Oncology Residence Program.
If you have additional questions regarding our residency program or want to schedule an academic rotation, please contact our program coordinator.