Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland is a nationally recognized teaching hospital. In addition to training residents, fellows and medical students, we offer a weekly series of research seminars, a program introducing underrepresented minority high school students to the health professions and a summer research internship for high school students and college undergraduates. We also have continuing medical education for physicians through our weekly Grand Rounds and Conferences, our specialists’ lecture series, and our yearly Monterey meeting.
For more information: Children's Residency Program
Each year, Children's Hospital Oakland provides training in pediatrics to about 100 medical students from medical schools throughout the United States.
For more information: Children's Medical Student Program
Our fully accredited pediatric fellowships offer outstanding post-graduate training in the following subspecialties:
Psychology Training Programs (Internships and Fellowships)
Children's offers psychology training in five specialized mental health programs, serving children with a wide range of psychiatric, medical and developmental disorders.
For more information go to: Children's Psychology Training Programs Overview
Continuing Medical Education (CME)
Children’s accredited CME program is focused on addressing the needs of primary care pediatricians, pediatric subspecialists and other physicians and health professionals caring for children. In 2007, we also introduced an evening lecture series that reaches medical professionals in more than nine counties.
For more information go to: Children's Research Seminars
For more information go to: Children's CHAMPS Mentorship Program Overview