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Gina Christine Rossetti, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine (Clinician Educator)
IRD 310 Off Campus Los Angeles
+1 323 226 6571


After completing my medical school training at Keck School of Medicine at USC, I knew that I wanted to continue my training with the USC Internal Medicine Residency Program. The training offered at USC is second to none. The wide array of pathology seen at LAC+USC along with the opportunity for autonomy and growth as a physician attracted me to this program. Throughout my three years as a resident my decision to stay was further solidified. The faculty and staff are truly dedicated to providing the best learning environment possible. I realized early in my career that serving the indigent population is very important to me, which further aligned my goals with USC.

Throughout my training I was given many opportunities to teach both interns and medical students. I decided to stay on as faculty to continue to foster my love of teaching and under-served medicine. I have lived in Los Angeles for seven years now and this city feels like home. I enjoy the diversity of experiences in LA; there is always a new restaurant to try or a new play to see. I love to run and just completed a half marathon in May of this year. I also love wine tasting and if anyone wants to talk about California wine let me know! I look forward to speaking with you about our program or Los Angeles.


Keck School of Medicine of USC: Outstanding Resident Physician Teaching Award, 2011-2012

Keck School of Medicine of USC: Clarence Burrill Scholarship for Academic Excellence in Medicine, 2009

LAC+USC Medical Center: Resident of the Year, PGY-2, 2011-2012

Arizona State University: Moeur Award for Academic Excellence, 2006

Keck School of Medicine of USC: Outstanding Teaching as a House Officer Award, 2012

LAC+USC Medical Center: Intern of the Year, Internal Medicine Residency Program, 2010-2011


Ramirez V, Johnson E, Gonzalez C, Ramirez V, Rubino B, Rossetti G. Assessing the Use of Mobile Health Technology by Patients: An Observational Study in Primary Care Clinics. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2016; 4(2):e41. View in: PubMed

Younger JW, Rossetti GC, Borckardt JJ, Smith AR, Tasso AF, Nash MR. Hypnotizability and somatic complaints: a gender-specific phenomenon. Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2007 Jan; 55(1):1-13. View in: PubMed

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