Undergraduate Medical Education/Medical Students
Current Medical Students
Undergraduate Medical Education is the first phase in the medical education experience of physicians. During this phase, students learn that our hospital’s mission and vision includes a dedication to fulfilling their 3rd and 4th year educational needs. Students are encouraged to efficiently develop their knowledge and skills to the highest standards of patient care under the supervision of our dedicated faculty physicians. WMMC teaching faculty is pleased to be involved and to know that they are a vital part of the medical student educational experience.
The White Memorial Medical Center holds a primary affiliation status with the Loma Linda University School of Medicine as well as affiliations with many other accredited medical schools and colleges.
Medical Student Coordinator
Sandovp1@ah.org (For all non-related rotation questions and concerns)
(323) 881-8601 (Fax)
For all related rotation questions and concerns, please view the information below.
Monday – Thursday
7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Friday – Closed
For all Loma Linda University School of Medicine Medical Students: Please contact the appropriate rotation coordinator.
The Medical Education/LLUSM Associate Dean's Office at White Memorial Medical Center will be accepting applications from Non-LLUSM Medical Students for the 2013-2014 Academic Year beginning May 21, 2013. Applications received before that date will not be accepted.
For all Non-LLUSM Medical Students:
To apply for a student rotation at the White Memorial Medical Center, you must:
- Complete a Student Rotation Request Application (see Requirements, Information and Forms Section listed below).
- Submit your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Rotational availability cannot be provided prior to the review of your application.
- An e-mail will follow to confirm that your application has been received.
- A 2nd e-mail will follow within 1-2 business days which will approve or deny your request, if your application is received between July and April from the Medical Student Coordinator. Please note: If your application is submitted between May and June, response time on rotational availability will be increased to 3-5 business days due to the high volume of anticipated applications.
- If your rotation is approved, please request that your school coordinator send all required documentation to email@example.com.
- Rotational availability prior to the receiving of the application is not available;however, all other questions or concerns may be addressed to Patricia Sandoval via telephone at 323 881-8840 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Faxed applications will not be accepted.
Requirements, Information and Forms:
- Sub-I & Elective Rotation
- Student Rotation Application Request
- Health Clearance Form
- Graduate Medical Education Approved Rotations
- Foreign Student Policy