The departments of the School of Medicine strive to attain the University’s overall objective—“To make man whole” physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually—through interaction between students and faculty in a caring, Christian atmosphere and through the various curricula that reveal belief in the efficacy of this objective.
The Loma Linda University School of Medicine curriculum is taught by approximately 600 full-time as well as part-time and voluntary faculty members in nineteen departments--three basic science departments; fourteen clinical departments; and two departments bridging basic sciences and clinical applications: pathology and human anatomy, as well as public health and preventive medicine.
General Emergency Medicine
Pediatric Emergency Medicine
General Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine