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"Our mission is to provide the highest quality and personalized care to the underserved populations of Inland Southern California that is patient-, family-, and community-centered."


About the Residency Program

The goal of the residency program is to provide outstanding training for family medicine residents by developing clinical skills that enable residents to provide excellent patient care with compassion and leadership skills that enable residents to become health advocates within the community and strong role models for future physicians and leaders at the forefront of healthcare.  It is a catalyst for improved individual and community health. We seek the most qualified applicants who can mirror our guiding principles of providing quality service based on a foundation of evidence-based medical education and a respect for human dignity and diversity.

For more information or for questions, contact our Residency Program Coordinator Maria Miller via email or by phone at (760) 561-7344.

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Application Information

The program participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) and accepts applications only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

The program offers eight new positions each year.

Competitive applicants should have USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 scores in excess of 210.

Qualified applicants are invited for interviews and visits from mid-October through January. To increase your chances of securing an interview date, we recommend submitting an application before November 15.

More information for applicants


Salary & Benefits

Housestaff are employees of the University of California, Riverside. Information about salaries and benefits can be found on our main GME page. General questions about benefits may be directed to Senior Human Resources Consultant Jennifer Rodriguez via email or at (951) 827-7795.

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