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ACGME accredited speciality and subspecialty programs

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Commitment to Well-Being

Behavioral Wellness Center (BWC)

The BWC staff is comprised of professionals from diverse cultures and backgrounds. Our clinicians have experience with mental health issues, and offer expertise in a variety of modalities to improve well-being.

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UCLA Staff & Faculty Counseling Center (SFCC)

The SFCC, UCLA’s Employee Assistance Program, is here to help housestaff achieve increased engagement, satisfaction, fulfillment and growth in their personal and work lives.

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Explore Your Resources

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Advocate for what Matters

MHO aims to recruit, develop and advance physicians from historically under-represented racial and ethnic groups in medicine, as well as advocate for the communities that helped raise them.

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Nurture Shared Interests and Goals

The STAR Program has made it possible for residents and fellows to pursue a PhD at UCLA, Caltech, or RAND, simultaneously with their clinical specialty training at UCLA.

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Meet Life-Changing Mentors and Collaborators

Experts in Public Health, Engineering, Life Sciences, Computational Medicine and Human Genetics, and from DGSOM's research themes are all just a short walk across UCLA's compact campus.

Explore the Research Themes

Where the world’s most brilliant thinkers convene. 

Uncover teaching opportunities to empower the minds of the future.

"The research that they are doing here is really stuff that they aren’t doing anywhere else. So it’s really exciting to be working with these people so directly, that are doing such exciting new things."

Dr. Meghan Jardon, UCLA Radiology

Center for Accessible Education (CAE)

The mission of the Center for Accessible Education (CAE) is to create an accessible, inclusive, and supportive learning environment. The CAE facilitates academic accommodations, disability advocacy, and serves as an educational resource for the campus community.

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Transformative global experiences

"One of the things that most enticed me about coming to UCLA was the residency program’s global health pathway and the opportunity to spend two months delivering care in Lilongwe, Malawi. It turns out that my excitement was not misplaced, as the experiences I’ve had there have been among the most interesting, educational, and fulfilling of my life."

Dr. Will Lewis, PGY-3, Internal Medicine

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