Answer: All applicants must do two things:
- Apply to the Keck School of Medicine of USC Student Affairs using https://students-residents.aamc.org/visiting-student-learning-opportunities/visiting-student-learning-opportunities-1.
- Students who wish to rotate during our July through November period must also complete our online application form via the following link: https://forms.gle/xrkoWefYAWnWxKVAA
Question: Is it possible to do a three-week Emergency Medicine clerkship? Can you accommodate differing start dates?
- Participate in the Global Health Learning Opportunities (GHLO) Collaborative.
- Have a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Keck School of Medicine of USC. Click here.
Question: I heard your residents work more hours than residents in many other programs. Is that true?
In recent years have seen graduates pursue fellowship training in Peds EM, EMS, Medical Education, Ultrasound, International, Wilderness Medicine and Research.
Our residency program has over 600 graduates and they work all over the United States and the world providing a huge alumni network. While the majority of our graduates choose to stay in California we have graduates working in other states such as Alaska, Hawaii, Colorado, New York, Oregon, Arizona, Texas, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington DC, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Illinois, as well as internationally in Canada, Guyana, Burundi, New Zealand, Bermuda, UK, and Italy. Just because you train in California doesn’t mean you have to stay here! Your training, your reputation as a graduate, and our alumni network can help you to make your career what you want.