To be eligible for the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Medical Student Scholarship, applicants must: be a current third-year medical student in good academic standing who expects to graduate in the upcoming spring; be seeking a residency in Northern California; and, attend an accredited medical, osteopathic or podiatry school. Recipients will be encouraged to participate in a one-month clerkship at a Kaiser Permanente facility in Northern California during their fourth year of medical school.
Kaiser Permanente has been committed to graduate medical education for more than 70 years. We provide academic training within a world-class health care organization for a large patient population. Our programs foster the professional and personal development of residents in an integrated, scholarly, and supportive, managed-care environment. The purpose of Kaiser Permanente Northern California Graduate Medical Education (GME) is to provide an organized educational program with guidance and supervision of the resident (includes interns, residents, and fellows), facilitating the resident’s professional and personal development while ensuring safe and appropriate care for patients.