David Geffen School of Medicine
About half of the new graduates will study primary care in the fall.
“It gave me the confidence to know that I can be a competent doctor for others in my community.”
Loss of events such as holiday celebrations and birthday parties during the pandemic has led to 2 blurred years
A UCLA Health expert addresses common areas of concern about the new subvariant of Omicron
More than half of UCLA hospital executives are women, far ahead of the national trend
Former gang member turned TV news producer could have a transplant within a year
200-plus volunteers from UCLA Health will staff the annual clinic, which provides medical services to underserved populations
The disease, caused by a fungus, is endemic in California’s Central Valley
‘You are now about to then enter your clinical curriculum at a time in this country and world where health care is being viewed differently.’
The Center’s mission is “to unite research and clinical care for the benefit of patients,” says co-director Brent Fogel.