Loma Linda University Medical Center

Program Description

Type of Program

The Loma Linda University Department of Emergency Medicine is proud to offer a one-year fellowship in Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound. We accept graduates from both 3 and 4-year Emergency Medicine residencies. Loma Linda University is located in the heart of Southern California and has been training emergency physicians since 1984 with annual patient volumes of over 70,000, 40% of which are children. The faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine has been actively using ultrasound in their practice and publishing the results of their research since the mid 90ís. The residency program currently accepts 13 individuals per year, and the department boasts a number of unique and well-established fellowships including envenomation medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, EMS, as well as the oldest and most active International Emergency Medicine program in the country.


Year Fellowship Started:


Ultrasound Program Status


Number of Ultrasound Faculty:


Notable Faculty

Vi Am DInh, MD RDMS RDCS - Ultrasound Fellowship Director
Stephanie Tseeng, MD - Ultrasound Education Director
Sharmin Kalam, MD - Ultrasound QA Director
Zan Jafry, MD - Ultrasound Systems Director
Rimon Bengiamin, MD RDMS
Deena Bengiamin, MD RDMS
Brian Wolk, MD RDMS
Korbin Haycock, MD RDMS RDCS
Heather Tassone, DO RDMS
Karen Eckl, RDMS
Kimberly Ayers, RDCS

Ultrasound Fellowship Education

Do you bill for ultrasounds?


Do you require follow up imaging for patients who get ultrasounds?


Other Information