Training at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is a large tertiary care hospital and an adjacent ambulatory complex, and is located on the UCLA Westwood campus in proximity the entire biomedical and basic science university community. This complex serves as a major referral center for the southern California region, and has a full complement of surgical and medical subspecialties, including one of the leading solid organ transplantation programs in the world.
Infectious diseases fellows rotating at Reagan will gain experience in managing complex patients with multiple comorbidities and degrees of immunocompromise, either rotating on the general or transplant consult services.
UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center is a 266-bed hospital that includes the Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital, Solid Oncology, Family Medicine, and Geriatrics services in addition to general medical and surgical services.
Infectious diseases fellows rotating at Santa Monica will gain experience in managing more of a community-based mix of patients and patients with medical and surgical infectious disease issues.