Nephrology Fellowship

Los Angeles Medical Center is looking to fill two PGY-4 positions. 

We are currently seeking applicants for a PGY-4 position with Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center. This is a two-year fellowship position. Applicants must have successfully completed an internal medicine residency in an ACGME-accredited program by the anticipated start date.

Qualified applicants should send the required documents, in PDF format, by email to with the following:

• Current CV
• Personal Statement
• MSPE (Dean’s Letter)
• Medical School Transcript
• USMLE/COMLEX Transcript
• Three Letters of Recommendation (one from current or most recent Program Director)

No Phone Calls Please


Geriatric Medicine Fellowship

Position available in Fontana to start July 2022

Kaiser Permanente Southern California is among the nation’s largest and most highly regarded health care delivery organizations. As a member of our Fellowship program, you will learn to practice cost-effective, compassionate medical care — an approach indispensable to providing health care in all future settings.

The one-year fellowship program is organized to provide a superior educational experience, assists fellows with gaining the competency to manage the entire gamut of geriatric cases and serve as a consultant to other medical providers.

To participate in the fellowship, the physician must have:
-Completed an ACGME-accredited Family or Internal Medicine Residency Program
-Valid California Medical license at start of program
-Current DEA, BLS, ACLS certificate
-USMLE transcripts for Steps 1, 2 CK, 2 CS and 3 Board scores
-Three Letters of Recommendation (one must be from current Program Director)

To apply, please submit all documents to:


Vascular & Interventional Radiology Residency

PGY-3 Integrated-Interventional Radiology Residency Position Available with Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center

We are currently seeking applicants for an Integrated-Interventional Radiology PGY-3 (R2) position

The Kaiser Permanente Vascular & Interventional Radiology program is a five-year ACGME-accredited program, dedicated to training highly motivated residents and providing comprehensive clinical care from head to toe. Our VIR division offers a broad array of procedural opportunities for our trainees with exposure to diverse patient populations and disease processes. Residents will gain unparalleled hands-on experience and teaching of advanced interventional procedures including aortic, peripheral arterial disease, interventional oncology, pain, neuro-, pediatric, women’s health, and GI/GU interventions.  Residents participate in at least one-half day of clinic per week allowing them to follow patients long-term and manage their disease throughout their 5 years of training. Our VIR department averages 2,000 inpatient consultations, 500 hospital admissions and sees approximately 5,000 patients in our outpatient clinic annually. We currently have 1 VIR resident per year with a total of 12 faculty members which include 9 peripheral interventionalist and 3 neuro-interventionalists, allowing for a high faculty to resident ratio.

Successful completion of a PGY-2 (R1) year in an ACGME-accredited program is required. However, talented and driven residents at other levels will be considered. Applicants with a California Medical License are preferred.

Qualified applicants, please email the following documents to Yvette Montano

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Personal Statement (including reason for transfer)
  • MSPE
  • Medical School Transcript
  • USMLE/COMLEX Transcript
  • Three Letters of Recommendation