Fall 2017 Newsletter

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Fall 2017 Newsletter
7th Residency Announcement

Exciting Residency Announcement!

ACGME approves seventh resident complement; first increase in over 30 years!

Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds and Case Studies

Check out our weekly presentations

OTEP

OTEP

Ophthalmic Technician Education Program

LARGEST STUDY ON CHINESE AMERICANS PUBLISHED

LARGEST STUDY ON CHINESE
AMERICANS PUBLISHED

USC Ophthalmology Researchers Find More
Effective Treatments For Blinding Eye Diseases

EDUCATION

Residency

2020 Residents Group

The USC Department of Ophthalmology is dedicated to world-class patient care, research, and teaching of medical students, residents and fellows under the organizational umbrella of the USC Roski Eye Institute and the Los Angeles County+USC (LAC+USC) Medical Center Department of Ophthalmology. The LAC+USC Department of Ophthalmology is academically affiliated with USC Keck School of Medicine, with all members of the USC Ophthalmology faculty cross-privileged at LAC as well as Keck School of Medicine (USC Care) facilities. The LAC+USC/USC Roski Eye Institute Residency Program brings together the strengths of four remarkable institutions (LAC+USC Medical Center, USC Roski Eye Institute, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), and the Veterans Affairs (VA) Downtown Los Angeles Medical Center). These outstanding institutions, coupled with our faculty’s deep-rooted expertise and commitment, provide a wealth of opportunities for residents to experience a tremendous diversity, breadth, and complexity of clinical challenges within a supportive learning environment.

Residents are supervised and trained by full-time USC Keck School of Medicine faculty, voluntary part-time faculty from the community, well as cross-appointed faculty at CHLA and the VA. We train 7 residents per year. Residents are primarily based at LAC+USC for their first and third years of training, and spend significantly more time at the USC Roski Eye Institute, CHLA & the VA during their second year of residency. A unique aspect of the residency program is the LAC+USC longitudinal resident clinic where residents follow patients throughout their three-year residency from the initial evaluation and diagnosis to any procedures or surgical interventions the patients may need. We provide integrated exposure to clinics, conferences, and operating rooms at LAC+USC, USC Roski Eye Institute, CHLA, and the VA throughout the course of their three-year training.



The USC
Roski Eye Institute

which has been ranked as a top 10 department by
U.S. News and World Report for 26 years, including 2019


Children’s Hospital
Los Angeles

ranked among top five children’s hospitals in the U.S.


The Los Angeles County (LAC)
+ USC Medical Center

one of the largest public hospitals in the nation


Downtown Ambulatory
Care Clinic

of the Greater Los Angeles VA Health Care System

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The staff that we have are amazing, talented and extremely knowledgeable.
– Jiun L. Do, MD, PhD. Third Year Resident, Class of 2017

 

To learn more about the residency program at the USC Roski Eye Institute,
please contact Program Coordinator Monica Chavez by email, monica.chavez@med.usc.edu or by calling 323-865-6932.

 

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USC Roski Eye Institute

1450 San Pablo St., 4th Floor,
Los Angeles, CA 90033
323-442-6335

USC Roski Eye Institute
Arcadia

65 N. First Ave., Suite 101,
Arcadia, CA 91006
626-446-2122

USC Roski Eye Institute
Pasadena

625 S. Fair Oaks Ave., Suite 400,
Pasadena, CA 91105
323-442-6335

USC Roski Eye Institute
USC Village

835 W. Jefferson Blvd., Suite 1720
Los Angeles, CA 90089
213-740-6960

Children’s Hospital
Los Angeles

4650 Sunset Blvd.,
Los Angeles, CA 90027
323-660-2450

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Announcement

Due to ongoing developments with COVID-19, we are only able to see patients with urgent eye problems at this time. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 323-442-6335.