Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Training Program
The combined Medicine-Pediatric Residency Program at the University of California, San Diego, is designed to train a group of physicians who will be well-equipped to meet the challenges of our changing health care system. The program not only provides a broad background in both Internal Medicine and Pediatric suited to primary care, but also engenders a depth of training equally suited to subspecialty training. The well-established UCSD Internal Medicine and Pediatric Residency programs provide exposure to a variety of patients from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. Training is balanced with varied primary care experiences as well as immersion in strong academic tertiary medicine. Residents alternate every three months between the pediatric and medicine services, and assume graduated responsibilities over the four-year course of training. The graduates from this program are highly skilled at managing a wide spectrum of clinical problems encountered in the care of pediatric and adult populations.
For more information, visit Program website .
Child Neurology Training Program
The UCSD Child Neurology Residency Program is a five year categorical program that offers residents two years of training in general pediatrics followed by three years of comprehensive education in the treatment of both adult and pediatric neurologic disorders.
The UC San Diego Division of Child Neurology, part of the Department of Neurosciences, is a large and diverse group of pediatric neurologists involved in clinical care, clinical trials, basic research and education.
For more information, visit the Child Neurology Residency Training website