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Creating the Future… for Others and Yourself

Individuals and communities can only go as far as their health will take them. In that sense, your pivotal role in helping your patients thrive means you are truly working today to define the world we will live in tomorrow. You may never know about all the contributions to the betterment of society that the people you have treated will make, but you can rest assured that healthy, happy people make life better for others.

As an Eisenhower Health Graduate Medical Education alumnus, you are also perfectly positioned to create your own future. Where will your career take you? What sights will you see? What experiences will you have? You are now empowered to steer your life in the direction you will find most meaningful. You can also play a key role in helping your friends and family members do the same. It is a humbling responsibility and awesome opportunity to have the power to do so much good in the world. But you’ve earned it.

Eisenhower GME Success Story

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When you’re working with Eisenhower Health, it’s really working with a family.

Ayed Fakhoury, MD
Internal Medicine Residency Graduate

Ayed began as an intern in 2018 and while completing his Internal Medicine Residency, discovered how Eisenhower Health’s supportive family atmosphere allowed him to focus on providing the best patient care possible, in a community he loved to be a part of.

Internal Medicine Residency Fellowship Matches

Fellowship Matches

2020-2021

Addiction Medicine – University of California, Riverside/EMC

Cardiology – Baylor, Scott and White, Texas

Endocrinology – Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida

Heme/Onc – Orange Park Medical Center, Florida

Infectious Disease – University of California, Irvine

Critical Care – University of California, Riverside

Pulm/Critical Care – Loma Linda University

Pulm/Critical Care – University of Tennessee

Pulm/Critical Care - Baylor, Scott and White, Texas

2019-2020

Addiction Medicine – University of California, Riverside/EMC

Cardiology – Bayonet Regional Medical Center, HCA, Florida

Heme/Onc – UCSF Fresno

Pulm/Critical Care – Loma Linda University

2018-2019

Allergy and Immunology – VA Greater Los Angeles Health Systems

Heme/Onc – UCLA Harbor

Pulmonary – Eisenhower Medical Center

Pulmonary – Eisenhower Medical Center

Pulm/Critical Care – Parkview Medical Center, Pueblo, CO

2017-2018

Geriatrics – UCLA

Heme/Onc – UC Irvine

2016-2017

Geriatrics – Oregon Health and Sciences

Heme/Onc – Roger Williams Hospital/Boston University

2015-2016*

*First Graduating Class

Endocrinology – UCLA Harbor/City of Hope

Infectious Disease – UCLA Harbor

What Our Residents Say About Eisenhower Health

  • Of all the places I interviewed, Eisenhower was overall the friendliest place where I felt like I would have endless opportunities to learn, grow, and finish residency as a competent emergency medicine physician.

    Jonatan Rojas, MD
    Emergency Med Residency

  • Eisenhower has an incredibly welcoming work environment and the physicians and staff here provide top-notch patient-centered care. Not to mention, Eisenhower’s ambience is absolutely breathtaking.

    Paige Dubin
    Internal Med Residency

  • I chose this residency program because I wanted to receive my training at an institution with both wonderful faculty members and residents. Being able to train in Southern California is also a huge perk!

    Charles Lee
    Family Med Residency

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