Preventive Medicine Residency Programs
Welcome to the Department of Preventive Medicine
Loma Linda University Medical Center’s Department of Preventive Medicine has been training preventive medicine residents since 1979, and we are one of the largest programs in the country. We work closely with the LLU School of Public Health to provide residents with an integrated learning experience, completing an MPH concurrently with their training. Our special areas of interest are lifestyle medicine, global health and whole-person care. Thank you for stopping by and learning about the variety of residency programs that we offer. We invite you to join us as we start a worldwide health epidemic!
The categorical preventive medicine residency is a two-year program that focuses on general preventive medicine and public health. We also accept PGY-1 applicants who will complete a transitional year at Loma Linda University prior to the start of our program.
The combined preventive medicine and family medicine residency is a four-year program that emphasizes global health and lifestyle medicine. After successful completion, residents are board-eligible for both preventive medicine and family medicine.
The combined preventive medicine and occupational medicine residency is a four-year program. After successful completion, residents are board-eligible for both preventive medicine and occupational medicine.
The categorical occupational & environmental medicine residency is a three-year program that emphasizes population and preventive medicine. All residents receive a Masters in Public Health from the Loma Linda University School of Public Health