The UCLA-VA Geriatrics Fellowship and combined Geriatrics-Palliative Care Fellowship is committed to a holistic review of each applicant. We welcome candidates from all backgrounds, sexual orientation, race, religion, and cultures. Being different makes us stronger. Learn more about our Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
How to Apply
Candidates must apply on ERAS, the Electronic Residency Application Service.
Eligibility and Licensure
Physicians committed to a career in geriatrics, who have completed residency training in an ACGME accredited residency in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine are invited to apply.
All applicants must be able to start their fellowship on July 1.
All fellows are required to have an active California medical license by the start date of their fellowship. More information can be found on the California Medical Board website.
We welcome applicants who hold valid J1 training visas.
- A completed ERAS Application and CV
- A one-page personal statement
- Three letters of recommendation (one letter must be from your current or past program director. Mid-career applicants should also include a letter from their Chief of Service)
- USLME step 1, 2, and 3 score or COMLEX level 1, 2, and 3 transcripts
- Applications must be received by August 15th, in order to be reviewed our Interview Committee
The UCLA-VA Geriatric Fellowship plans to conduct virtual interviews for the 2024 fellowship application cycle. We recognize the hardships and financial burden in-person interviews place on our applicants and we desire to ensure a uniform interview process that is equitable to all applicants. UCLA follows guidance from the University of California System and the plan to conduct virtual interviews is subject to change.
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