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Programs & Rotations

Academic Affairs sponsors a variety of programs at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, including an unopposed Family Medicine Residency Program, a joint-effort fellowship with Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, an Urgent Care Fellowship, and a host of visiting rotation options for fellows, residents, medical students, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.

Residency Programs

Family Medicine Residency Program

  • (Please include link to program; program should be organized under Academic Affairs page rather than with the careers page, since in the hospital org chart the residency is one element of Academic Affairs now, rather than part of HR or careers.)

Other Programs

Rotations

The following is a list of rotations currently offered at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center. If you are interested in any of these rotations, or a rotation not yet listed here, please email us at group.academic.affairs@pvhmc.org.

  • Visiting Residents
    • High-Volume OB Rotation
  • Visiting Fellows
    • High-Volume Surgical OB Rotation
  • Medical Students
    • Cardiothoracic Surgery
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Endocrinology
    • Family Medicine
    • Sub-I Family Medicine Rotation
    • Internal Medicine
    • Neurology
    • Neonatology
    • Pediatrics
    • Podiatry
    • Pulmonary/Critical Care
    • Radiology
    • Sports Medicine
    • Surgery
    • Urology
  • Physician Assistants
    • Emergency Medicine
  • Nurse Practitioners/Advanced Practice Nurses
    • Upon request
  • Shadowing/Career Experience Observation
    • Shadowing is one way of gaining a real-life picture of what it is like to be a physician or other medical professional. At PVHMC medical career experience (shadowing) is available to qualified individuals with a possible interest in the medical profession.

Participants must be at least High School Juniors in good academic standing and must have a provider on the Medical Staff who has agreed to serve as their Supervising Medical Staff Provider. They must complete a brief orientation provided by the Department of Academic Affairs and must comply with all orientation and PVHMC requirements and regulations.

The following guidelines provide additional clarification on the structure of career experience:

  • Participants will be allowed to observe directly the interaction between the Supervising Medical Staff Provider, patients, and PVHMC associates.
  • Participants will be introduced to each patient who is to be observed, at which time each patient shall have the right to refuse to be observed.
  • Participants will not be allowed independently to interview or to examine any patients.
  • Participants will not be allowed to observe any procedures that require aseptic (sterile field) access or any invasive (breast, genital or rectal) exams.
  • Participants will not be allowed access to medical records and they must maintain all confidentiality requirements outlined during the orientation.

Individuals who are interested in gaining career experience should download the “Application for Career Experience Shadowing” for additional detail and instructions. (please include a link here to the PDF application on the resources page)

Questions? Email us at group.academic.affairs@pvhmc.org.

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