The Division of General Internal Medicine and Health Services Research at UCLA has well over 200 faculty members associated with the Division, including large numbers of ambulatory and hospitalist clinician-educators. UCLA is proud to have many division members with vibrant research programs that span domains that include access to care, health disparities, quality of care, HIV prevention and treatment, diabetes prevention and treatment, quality of care, health care policy, mental health, adolescent health, health economics, health status and patient-reported outcomes. The Division includes three economists, a social psychologist, multiple faculty members with MDs as well as PhDs, and a number of postdoctoral research and clinical training programs.

GIM & HSR is home to >100 faculty members and includes 20 clinicians with advanced degrees and training in translational and health services research. This group includes outstanding clinician investigators and social scientists and has a close working relationship with the more than 420 clinicians throughout the Department of Medicine. The Division housed a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program for over 40 years that recently transitioned into the National Clinician Scholars Program—involving nurses as well as physicians—with co-sponsorship from UCLA, VA, LAC Department of Mental Health (DMH), and LAC Department of Health Services (DHS) and has had continuous NRSA funding since 1988 in HRSA’s Primary Care Research Program. 

For more information, please visit the General Internal Medicine & Health Services Research webpage.

Last updated
January 4, 2024