Care for diverse
in the most colorful city in the world.
Life here is distinct and at your fingertips
With training sites situated all over the city.
UCLA has an expansive clinical footprint spanning the greater Los Angeles area, giving you access to a wide spectrum of patient care opportunities. You’ll heal Angelenos, and folks from around the globe, from all walks of life and experience the diversity of the city while you are at it. Your possibilities are endless.
Where hi-tech meets high touch. You are never alone on your journey.
Connection with the self-care you need is right around the corner.
Query and question alongside the world’s most-curious minds.
Hop from grand rounds in Westwood to your favorite food in Mid-Wilshire.
Your time is precious
We have housing for that, tailored to your unique needs.
In a building meant for our House Staff, from the central pool and spa area, to the indoor club lounge, and business center, gathering with your friends and colleagues has never been easier. You’ll also find ground level retail, including a Target, along with nearby restaurants and an on-site fitness center. Pro-tip: the Big Blue Bus stops out front and will take you directly to campus.
Committed to actively dismantling structural racism in our organization.
Compassionate, inclusive and equitable care for our diverse LGBTQ community.
We seek inquisitive leaders willing to speak up and dissent.
I chose UCLA because you get to do a little bit of everything. I spent time with patients who very well might have donated the building that you happened to be working in, all the way to patients who this is the first time they’ve seen a doctor in 30 years – and everything in between.
Dr. Chase Richard, PGY1, UCLA Emergency Medicine
Innovation lives here
Collaboration is just a short walk away.
Walk to a range of innovation hubs in less than 5 minutes. UCLA’s compact, walkable campus enables experts across disciplines to share facilities, equipment, and most importantly, conversations that lead to synergistic discoveries. Your next partnership is right down the street.
If you can walk a few yards down the hall and talk to a collaborator who already knows how to do the technique you are interested in. That could save you years. I mean, that’s what shortens the response.
Christina Charles-Schoeman, MD, Chief of the UCLA Division of Rheumatology