1200 California St., Ste. 240, Redlands, CA, 92374 (909) 558-6688 fm_residency@llu.edu

Applying Here

NRMP Program Code: 1024120C0

We are looking for applicants with a strong mission fit — “Embracing wholeness for patients and the people who care for them through clinical and educational innovation.”

These applicants demonstrate commitment to the ideals of family medicine and teamwork, whole-person care, commitment to the underserved, and desire training in population management and process improvement in the context of the patient centered medical home.

Our residency program participates exclusively in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®). We DO NOT accept applications via fax, e-mail or snail mail. These applications will automatically be disqualified from the program.

Be sure the following are included with your ERAS® application:

  • An official copy of your medical school transcript and dean’s letter
  • Copies of USMLE Part 1 scores, and Part 2 if taken
  • A minimum of two letters of recommendation
  • Your curriculum vitae, personal statement, and any other material that you feel would enhance your application.
  • International medical graduates must have a current California letter stating eligibility to begin training. Please refer to the Graduate Medical Education Office for eligibility requirements before submitting your application.

Interviews are arranged online and may include a Skype interview. (Click here to download Skype for free!).

Combined program applicants will interview with both Family Medicine and Preventive Medicine on their interview date. When signing up, please verify that you have chosen a combined interview day.

Location & Community

Welcome to Loma Linda (Spanish for Beautiful Hill), California! Located in the middle of the Inland Empire, about 60 miles east of Los Angeles, Loma Linda gives its residents a small town feel with big city comforts. With a population of over 4 million, the Inland Empire ranks as the 12th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Loma Linda is known for its designation as a “Blue Zone”, having one of the highest life expectancies in the world due to its large Seventh Day-Adventist population and overall culture of healthy living.

You will never be without a new place to explore or a way to fill your days off. Check out a few of our favorites:

The neighboring city of Redlands has a unique culture consisting of arts, music and many outdoor activities. You can walk, run, or bike the Redlands Heritage Trails. Experience the Redlands Bowl with its many outdoor productions including a free concert series with musical, dance, and dramatic performances each summer.

“Big Bear Lake”, by Dawn Loh, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license.

Skiing and snowboarding are just a short trip up the rugged San Bernardino Mountains: the resorts of Snow Valley and Mountain High are each less than an hour away. There are also plenty of hiking trails, camp grounds, water activities and fishing available. If you prefer a more relaxed experience, sit back and enjoy the drive — the view of the cities below, and the scenery overlooking the majestic Big Bear Lake & Lake Arrowhead, are beautiful.

Hit the beach! The beaches of Newport, Laguna, and Malibu are only 60 to 90 minutes to the west, with superb swimming, surfing, and sailing.

Water activities like kayaking, canoeing, boating, jet-skiing, and parasailing can be done at nearby Lake Perris.

50 miles east you will find the resort city of Palm Springs–get ready to be pampered! Beautiful spas, resorts, golf courses, art galleries, and wonderful restaurants are what it’s all about.

“Disneyland – Remember… Dreams Come True! Fireworks”, by Tom Bricker, available under a CC Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic license.

The city of Anaheim (located in Orange County) is home to the number-one family resort destination in the western United States: Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. Anaheim is also the home of two popular professional sports franchises: the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Anaheim Ducks.

Los Angeles, the “Creative Capital of the World” waits for you just an hour to the west. Visit the Walt Disney Concert Hall and listen to the world-renowned music of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, immerse yourself in the arts at the Getty Center, or catch a professional basketball game at the Staples Center (home of the Los Angeles Lakers).

While in LA, be a tourist and visit Hollywood: Check out the Chinese Theater, find your favorite celebrity’s star on the Walk of Fame, visit the Wax Museum, take a tour of celebrity homes, shop in Beverley Hills, take a walk down the Santa Monica Pier, and brave the rides and attractions at Universal Studios! After you’ve finished gazing at the Hollywood stars, you can view the real ones at the Griffith Observatory.

San Diego is home to some of California’s most beautiful beaches, hiking trails, wonderful shopping, and unique attractions. Grab a bite to eat in the Historic Gaslamp Quarter, enjoy art and shopping at Balboa Park (you can also visit some amazing museums while you are there), check out La Jolla, and release your inner child at the world famous San Diego Zoo.