The Neurology Residency Training Program at the Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center (LAMC) offers a four-year residency training program with 3 residency positions from the PG-1 through the PG-4 year.
The primary site of training is the Kaiser Foundation Hospital in Los Angeles, and several required rotations are performed at the UCLA Medical Center. The program has the maximum accreditation awarded by the ACGME of 10 years.
Under the auspices of fourteen subspecialty trained neurologists, the learning environment combines inpatient, consultative, and outpatient care, with a broad selection of neurological cases and opportunities for research. Residents have full responsibility for evaluation and management of all hospitalized neurological patients under the supervision of the attending staff. Responsibility is progressive, with the senior or chief resident taking an active role in teaching junior residents, interns, and medical students.