Exceptional Training

At the Keck School of Medicine of USC, we are committed to training a diverse and highly skilled group of doctors prepared to take on medicine’s biggest challenges in the 21st century. Our residency and fellowship programs are a critical part of our overall educational mission. Residents and fellows are trained in one of the richest settings in the country to practice medicine. Our primary training facility, Los Angeles General Medical Center, one of the largest training hospitals in the nation, is a county hospital and level 1 trauma facility. Our affiliated hospitals, Keck Hospital of USC and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, give trainees the experience of practicing in state-of-the-art private facilities. Our residents and fellows not only work in outstanding facilities. We also provide them with the support and mentorship that are needed to become future leaders in this profession.

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Message to Prospective Trainees From the Dean of the Keck School of Medicine

Hear from Dean Carolyn C. Meltzer, MD, about how our purpose-driven mission and serving a large, diverse population make our residency and fellowship programs special — and why they might be a good fit for you.

Premier Clinical Training

With access to a range of facilities, from Los Angeles General Medical Center safety net setting to Keck Medicine’s state-of-the-art private hospitals and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, our residents and fellows receive comprehensive training that prepares them to work in diverse environments.

More on Training at Los Angeles General Medical Center

Additional information about the application process, as well as the policies and procedures that govern residency and fellowship programs at Los Angeles General Medical Center can be found here.