Advanced Training for a Career in Urgent Care Medicine

Our one-year Urgent Care Fellowship provides the training and support for family and internal medicine physicians to confidently practice in urgent care settings. You’ll gain the knowledge and procedural skills necessary for the growing urgent care practice, with an emphasis on orthopedics, radiology, trauma care, occupational medicine, and adult and pediatric emergencies.

The Pomona Valley Hospital Urgent Care Fellowship is a collaboration between Vituity, Pomona’s Family Medicine Residency Program, Pomona’s Department of Emergency

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Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center is a large community hospital east of downtown Los Angeles in Pomona, CA. It is considered one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals and offers a full range of services from local primary acute care to highly specialized regional services. Pomona has a hospital-affiliated urgent care network and runs a family medicine residency program. The hospital is recognized as an LA County-designated STEMI Center, Stroke Center, and Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics (EDAP).

Pomona is located just 45 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, close to the Claremont Colleges. It provides easy access to the beaches along the Pacific Coast, the mountains, Palm Springs, and all of Southern California.


The urgent care fellowship is designed to introduce fellows to the widest range of patient symptoms and conditions through clinical rotations, didactic methods, and research. The program includes:

  • Onsite rotations in orthpedic, ENT, radiology, ED, and urgent care
  • Offsite rotations in dermatology, opthamology, and dental
  • Practice management
  • CME conferences
  • Training in suture, ultrasound, pain management, ACLS, PALS, and splinting/casting
  • Evaluations on chart review, case reports, procedure logs, rotations, and observation/precepting
  • A research project

Program Leaders

Kenneth Moore, MD
Urgent Care Fellowship Director

Lynne Diamond, MD
PVHMC Director of Academic Affairs & Family Medicine Residency Program Director


The Urgent Care Fellowship is open to graduates of an AGME accredited residency program in Family Medicine or Internal Medicine. You must be board certified or board eligible and be able to obtain a California medical license.

Compensation and Benefits

Fellows receive regular compensation for clinical hours as an attending physician and Vituity Partner (including Partnership advancement) and are eligible for the full benefits available to all physicians.