Our Mission & Vision
To provide compassionate, evidence-based, patient-centered health care in an academic setting to a diverse and inclusive population, while also providing rigorous training to a broad spectrum of physicians and trainees that will become leaders in contemporary and translational research.
To create a healthier world for all by applying innovative and tansformative healthcare while training the next generation of thought leaders to continue discovering impactful interventions for the treatment and prevention of disease.
Our program is an urban academic program that blends the benefits of training in a university based health system with a strong commitment to community service.
Founded in 1983, the UCSD-SDSU General Preventive Medicine Residency trains physicians in preventive medicine and public health.
Provides training in the development of the clinical competencies needed to diagnose and manage medical illnesses and injuries related to sport and exercise.
Integrated Cardiovascular Epidemiology - T32
Research intensive interdisciplinary training program for trainees dedicated to careers in academic cardiovascular epidemiology and prevention.
We believe strongly that research is most useful when it addresses current clinical questions, helps direct resources to those who would benefit the most, and critically evaluates the benefits as well as possible costs of intervention.
News & Announcements
New Diversity & Anti-Racism Committee developed to communicate JEDI efforts.
Support Our Work
Among the varied streams of resources we depend on are gifts and grants from grateful patients and supporters. We invite you to support our missions of clinical care, education, research and community service.