Family Medicine Residency Program - Downey - PIH Health - Whittier, CA

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Family Medicine Residency Program - Downey

Our family extends beyond the family medicine residents to the traditional rotating interns, NMM/OMM +1 residents and medical students. Our program prides itself on providing a well-balanced curriculum with opportunities for continued training in Osteopathic manipulation, strong inpatient medicine experience and resident involvement – creating a dynamic program.

Learn more about our program:

Resident Life

We pride ourselves on welcoming well-rounded residents and promoting work-life balance.

Where We Live

Residents live in a variety of communities around the Los Angeles area including Long Beach, Downey, Paramount, Placentia, Inglewood, Echo Park, Diamond Bar, Anaheim Hills, Irvine.

What We Do Outside of Work

We are a very social bunch and do our best to gather outside work despite our busy schedules. Residents enjoy outdoor activities including hiking, biking, and surfing, as well as attending museums, art showings, and the rest of the plethora of cultural activities Los Angeles has to offer.

Families and Significant Others

We are a very family-friendly residency and have multiple residents with small children. We make every effort to provide support for residents with families including scheduling flexibility, maternal/paternal leave and time for pumping for nursing mothers.

Residency Retreat

A yearly retreat for a wonderul bonding experience that is funded by the residency program with a focus on team-building and hands-on education workshops.

Where we end up

Some of our residents have gone on to Out-Patient Medicine, In-Patient Medicine, Fellowships, or started their own practices.

PIH Health Hospitals

PIH Health Outpatient Clinics

Health Informatics Fellowship

Healthcare Partners – Outpatient

High Risk OB Fellowship

Kaiser Outpatient Clinic

OMT Fellowship

Private Practice

Sports Medicine Fellowship

Urgent Care Centers

How to apply

Thank you for considering the PIH Health Hospital - Downey Family Medicine Residency Program. All applications to our program must be submitted through the ERAS® system (written applications will not be accepted). If you are selected for an interview, you will be notified by electronic message via ERAS®.

Requirements for All Applicants:

  • MyERAS Common Application
  • Three letters of recommendation from completed clerkship rotations, one of which must come from a family medicine physician. At least two of the letters should be from physicians practicing in the U.S., and at least one must come from the faculty of an ACGME-accredited program. The information contained in the letters should include an overview of your maturity, personality, clinical competence, responsibility and commitment to family medicine.
  • MSPE (Dean's Letter)
  • Medical School Transcript
  • USLME or COMLEX Transcripts
  • Personal Statement (which should include your reasons for choosing family medicine, as well as your personal and professional goals)
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Photograph

ACGME and AOA accredited

Contact US

Medical Training Office Manager:
Tiffany Mendoza
Phone: 562.904.5482
Fax: 562.904.5214
Tiffany.Mendoza@PIHHealth.org

Medical Training Coordinator:
Rebekah Werner
Phone: 562.904.5401
Rebekah.Werner@PIHHealth.org

Student Coordinator:
Araceli Frias
Phone: 562.904.5374
Araceli.Frias@PIHHealth.org