Why CDU Graduate Medical Education?
Charles R. Drew University, College of Medicine’s residency and fellowship programs take advantage of the unique and distinctive characteristics of the South Los Angeles County communities, providing a wealth of learning opportunities. We provide for the health needs of homeless youth, adults, and families; focus on patient-centered team-based healthcare of under-resourced patients; research and apply the notion of community violence as a public health problem; aim for the elimination of social health and illness disparities; and advocate for the democratization of healthcare for special needs, incarcerated and immigrant populations. Residents trained in these areas develop the aptitudes to master the clinical skills necessary for board certification and to practice healthcare delivery anywhere of their choosing.
Residents in our programs complete clinical experiences in a variety of settings, including:
- Martin Luther King Jr. Outpatient Center, Ambulatory Surgical Center
- VA Long Beach Health Center-Tibor Rubin VA Medical Center
- Department of Mental Health (DMH), Los Angeles County (LAC)
- LAC-Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
- Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
- Watts Health Center
- Kedren Community Health Center
- Addiction Medicine Fellowship
- Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship
- Family Medicine Residency
- Internal Medicine Residency
- Psychiatry Residency
- Pain Medicine & Rehabilitation Residency (Coming Soon)
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The Charles R. Drew University College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).