Graduate Medical Education is one of the highest priorities of our academic department.  Our UCLA Emergency Medicine faculty teach at three separate residency programs, and offer a variety of fellowships for subspecialty training, and valuable experiences for medical students.

Residency Programs

There are three separate Emergency Medicine residency programs with an academic affiliation to UCLA.  Each functions independently and offers unique and excellent training experiences.  Combined, these programs graduate 37 residents per year, with a total of more than 140 residents currently in training.

Fellowship Programs

UCLA and our academic affiliates offer a number of different fellowship opportunities for additional training in subspecialties of emergency medicine, including administration, education, research, ultrasound, informatics, social/global medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, and critical care. Many of the fellowships offer a one-year experience, or two years with a degree in a relevant discipline.

UCLA Department-wide Fellowships:

UCLA (Ronald Reagan / Olive View) Fellowships:

Harbor-UCLA Fellowships:

Medical Student Courses

UCLA Emergency Medicine offers a great variety of educational experiences for medical students at several locations, including a Core Clerkship in Emergency Medicine for all UCLA students to expose them to the variety of patient presentations in the ED.  We also offer highly competitive sub-internships at premier residency programs for students planning on a career in emergency medicine, as well as focused studies in research, ultrasound, and pediatric emergency medicine. Finally, We offer a virtual clerkship for students who may not be able to come to Los Angeles, but who still wish to be exposed to what we offer at UCLA. 

See more about our courses on the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Student Catalog. Select the current year and search for “Emergency Medicine – Medicine” and you will find the following courses: