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Rotating Residents

The integrative East-West Medicine clinic rotation offers interns and residents the opportunity to get clinical experience in the practice of integrative medicine either as a continuity clinic for a 2-week to 4-week intensive rotation. Residents will have opportunities to interact and learn on a one-on-one basis from Center faculty and staff. Trainees will also be exposed to other important factors influencing the practice of integrative East-West medicine, including but not limited to legal, financial, social, research, and international aspects of the practice.

The primary site for the rotation will be at our Santa Monica clinic and typically includes spending a day at each of our clinic in Westlake Village and in Southbay Torrance. 

Over the years, some residents who have taken the Center's intensive medical clerkships have returned to UCLA for fellowship for further training to become a leader in this innovative healthcare model.

Application

Space is extremely limited. Interested residents should contact the Center Education Coordinator, Ms. Annie Law to inquire about availability. Priorities are given to UCLA residents who are in internal medicine, family medicine, or geriatrics.

For UCLA residents:

After you receive confirmation of acceptance by our Center, please register for rotations through the House Staff office. A minimum commitment of 2 weeks is required.

For Non-UCLA resident:

Apply by submitting your resume and a brief personal statement, providing your reasons for choosing to rotate at CEWM and any relevant background and experience that prepares you for the training. Indicate a proposed time frame for your rotation. After review and approval by the Center's faculty, your acceptance will be contingent upon the completion of UCLA Health's HIPPA training, submission of a letter from your residency program and proof of malpractice insurance. The letter from your program should state that the rotation at CEWM is accepted as part of your residency training and that your institution will cover the malpractice insurance, your salary and benefits for the duration of your rotation at our Center.

To submit your application and for additional information, contact our Education Coordinator Ms. Annie Law.
Email:  alaw@mednet.ucla.edu
Office: 310-794-0712



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