The Department of Radiology offers a structured, broad-based residency training program in diagnostic radiology. Over 280,000 radiologic examinations a year are performed. The Radiology group is exceptionally cohesive and enjoys excellent relationships with referring specialty practice groups within the University. Residents are exposed to the academic and clinical practice of radiology, with the ultimate goal being the successful completion of boards and subsequent excellence in the practice of radiology, whether in the private or the academic setting.
For information regarding the Loma Linda University Medical Center radiology residency program please contact:
- Paul Jacobson, MD, MPH, Program Director
- Sheri Harder, MD, Associate Program Director
- Candice Direen, Program Coordinator
c/o: Loma Linda University Medical Center
Department of Radiology, 2605 Schuman Pavilion
11234 Anderson Street
Loma Linda, CA 92354
or request information via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications and Inquiries
Loma Linda University Medical Center diagnostic radiology residency program accepts applications through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service). Medical students receive the ERAS student packet sometime in June of their junior year. Medical school graduates may request one from the dean's office of their graduating institution. ERAS will begin transmitting applications to our program in August of each year. Our application deadline is the end of November of each year, with interviews following in January for positions starting 18 months later. The preceding one-year clinical training may be taken here or at any other qualified institution. From each applicant pool we seek to fill nine positions.