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Chino Valley Medical Center(CVMC) is a Joint Commission accredited, 112-bed licensed acute care community hospital located in San Bernardino County, approximately 35 miles east of Los Angeles. CVMC has delivered quality healthcare to the local communities since 1972. The hospital continues to deliver quality care today as a member of Prime Healthcare Services, a Top 15 Health System as determined by Truven Health Analytics. The hospital has been recognized by both Truven and Thomson Reuters as a Top 100 Hospital. Over 250 physicians and slightly over 400 employees are available to treat the residents in our local communities. CVMC is proud of its history in providing exemplary patient care to its service area.

CVMC serves a diverse population and incorporates elements of urban, suburban, and rural medicine. We provide a full range of services including, full radiological and laboratory services, Emergency Department, and a comprehensive operative suite with separate GI and pain facilities.

Montclair Hospital Medical Center (MHMC)
Montclair Hospital Medical Center is 102-bed licensed acute care community hospital located approximately 4 miles from CVMC. Montclair Hospital has delivered quality healthcare to the local communities since 1972. MHMC serves as a site for our OB, Women’s health, inpatient pediatrics/newborn and ED rotations.

California University of Science and Medicine (CUSM)
CUSM is the academic affiliate for the CVMC Family Medicine Residency Program. The School received preliminary LCME accreditation and enrolled students in 2018. CUSM provides the residency the academic support such as access to the simulation lab and research opportunities. CVMC is excited to continue to our relationship.

East Valley Community Health Center (EVCHC)
EVCHC is a FQHC located in Pomona Ca and serves as the CVMC residency Continuity Clinic. The Clinic serves a medically underserved population in line with our mission statement. In addition to medical service, EVCHC provides behavioral health, dental care, vision care and health education to its patient population. Residents will also rotate at a homeless shelter and local high school that EVCHC serves.


The structured three-year program includes both required and elective rotations, which ensure consistency of training while allowing for individual growth in all areas of their interests and weaknesses. Each resident’s training time is designed to meet the American Board of Family Medicine requirements over the thirty-six-month program.

Our rotation schedule is based on the thirteen 4-week block structure. To maintain balance of learning and hospital coverage, rotations below are represented by the number of weeks current residents will spend on each rotation. Each year, we review the coverage needs for our inpatient service and work to prioritize education over service while balancing adequate coverage for the hospital and flexibility for our residents to support their wellbeing.

2022/2023 Rotation Schedule

Please note, the schedule below is the anticipated block schedule for next year. Residents will be provided with 16 days of PTO which can be used during the shaded rotations. In addition, they receive 3 Sick days and 7 Holidays. If a resident is scheduled to work on a holiday, they are paid double.

Longitudinal Curriculum

  • Continuity Clinic
  • Continuity Obstetrics
  • Skilled Nursing and Nursing Home Care
  • Cardiology
  • Optometry
  • Pediatrics Mitra
  • Home Visits
  • Behavioral Health
  • Didactics
  • Community Service

Contact Us

For questions about the program, please email