Loma Linda University Faculty Medical Group remains committed to the optimal health and safety of our clinical providers (current and prospective), colleagues, patients, and community. Given the continued uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and the COVID-19 disease, we have made the decision to temporarily postpone all active recruitment efforts as we continue to evaluate our future needs.
Who We Are
Loma Linda University Faculty Medical Group
Our Faculty Medical Group employs over 800 physicians working at LLUMC and the outpatient clinics.
Loma Linda University Health System (LLUHS) is the Management Service Organization (MSO) that supports the many programs and services provided by the more than 800 faculty physicians and some of the nation's largest clinical programs for outpatient surgery and neonatal care.
Loma Linda University Adventist Health Sciences Center
A world-renowned teaching hospital since opening in 1967, Loma Linda University Medical Center is part of the Loma Linda University Adventist Health Sciences Center (LLUAHSC) organization. The global purpose of the LLUAHSC organization is to participate in Jesus Christ's healing and teaching ministry by educating health care professionals, scholars and scientists through delivery of and excellence in health care services and research.
A nonprofit religious corporation in Loma Linda, California, LLUAHSC serves the Seventh-day Adventist Church in its mission ‘to make man whole' physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually. LLUAHSC is the umbrella organization that directs, sponsors, supports and harmonizes the activities of its core and affiliate organizations:
Loma Linda University Children's Hospital (LLUCH): Addresses the specific health care needs of children treating a variety of conditions ranging from common fractures to uncommon disabilities and life-threatening diseases. LLUCH also operates the world's leading program in infant heart transplantation and has one of the largest and most advanced neonatal intensive care centers in the world.
Loma Linda University Medical Center East Campus: Offers 118 licensed inpatient beds and gives patients one-stop access to medical experts in a variety of specialty fields including rehabilitation, orthopedics, neurosurgery, and family medicine services.
Loma Linda University Proton Treatment Center: As the nation's first hospital-based proton treatment center for cancer, the Loma Linda University Proton Treatment and Research Center offers proton therapy for prostate, lung, breast, and other cancers and conditions.
Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center: Located in the nearby town of Redlands and provides exemplary mental health care with a focus on compassionate, multi-disciplinary recovery and treatment programs. In this safe and caring environment, patients can begin the healing process while restoring hope for the future.