Welcome! The Kaiser Permanente Orange County Family Medicine Residency Program medical student rotation provides a fully immersive educational experience with unparalleled access to the program’s residents and faculty. Rotations are 4 weeks long and you may request either a standard rotation (3 weeks outpatient + 1 week inpatient) or a sub-internship (3 weeks inpatient + 1 week outpatient). A 2-week rotation option is also available.
Participate in resident morning report
1-on-1 educational sessions with hospital-rounding faculty and residents
Self-guided learning activities for high yield medicine topics
Present patient cases during morning report with an emphasis on pertinent clinical teaching pearls
Work 1-on-1 with our core and adjunct faculty members and our residents in their personal clinics
Work with our residents in our subspecialty clinics - dermatology, minor surgery, gynecology, obstetrics, pediatrics
Work with our residents at our community medicine clinic site, Lestonnac Free Clinic
Attend daily noon conference lectures with residents (complementary lunch)
Present a topic during noon conference
At the conclusion of the rotation, it is our goal to have provided a well-rounded, academically enriching experience while simultaneously displaying the multitude of residency educational opportunities and residents/faculty that truly make this program one-of-a-kind.