Program Director: Hobart Lee, M.D.
Type of Program: University-administered, Community hospital-based.
Program Mission: “Embracing wholeness for patients and the people who care for them through clinical and educational innovation in the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH).”
Location: Loma Linda is a suburban university community located in the Inland Empire, about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.
Size of program: 33 residents (10-10-9-4)
Three-year categorical Family Medicine: 6-6-5
Loma Linda University Health Education Consortium provides a unique opportunity to train in a federally qualified health center (FQHC) serving San Bernardino County, one of the most Medically Underserved Areas (MUA) in the country. We pride ourselves on whole person care (for self and patients) and team-based care — integrating nurses, pharmacists, and behavioral health in our family medicine clinic. Our curriculum focuses on preventive care, public health, and population management. We have a combined 4 year family medicine-preventive medicine program where residents complete an MPH during their residency. Our graduates have gone onto academic positions, private practice, underserved care, and global health opportunities.