Internal Medicine Residency
The UC Riverside School of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program is a three-year residency program with a balanced, non-traditional curriculum and strong ambulatory experience, which brings 12 residents to Inland Southern California to train at four unique hospitals across the region.
The program offers a dedicated focus on the medical education experience and has a robust, diverse and well-rounded emphasis in both the ambulatory and inpatient experiences. It offers experiences treating a culturally and socio-economically diverse patient population in three different hospital settings.
We features long-block specialty rotations, excellent continuity care clinics and procedure rotations.
The program director is Daniel Kim, M.D., the associate program directors are Christine Duong, M.D., Deepak Rajan, M.D. and Roger Garrison, M.D., and the assistant program director is Ali Motabar, M.D.
The program participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) and accepts applications only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). We require a copy of your MSPE (Dean's letter), three letters of recommendation, medical school transcripts and copies of USMLE scores (or COMLEX.)
Applications should be completed by November 15. Qualified applicants are invited for interviews and visits from late October through January.