As part of the Introduction to Clinical Medicine program, this community-based focus experience is designed to introduce medical students to the challenges and rewards of community-based primary care by providing them with the opportunities to spend a day observing doctors and their medical staff, conducting patient histories and physical exams, among other learning experiences. Furthermore, the geriatrics community-based experience is designed to introduce medical students to community-based geriatric and ambulatory care through a day in an assisted-living facility. Students are given practical education and opportunities to evaluate geriatric patients in their homes, perform mental status exams and medication assessments, as well as safety and ADL/IADL assessments.
Participating clinics include:
Eisner Pediatric & Family Medical Center
Family Health Care Center of Greater Los Angeles
Saban Free Clinic (formerly LA Free Clinic)
South Central Family Health Center
St. John’s Well Child Health Center
Please visit the Participating Clinics, Hospitals, & Organizations page for site profiles.
For more information, please contact Jo Marie Reilly, Associate Director of Introduction to Clinical Medicine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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