The Cedars-Sinai Supportive Care Medicine program is a highly integrated and well-established palliative care program, serving a diverse population of patients with a variety of complex and advanced illnesses. Our board-certified physician faculty members come with a breadth of expertise from diverse specialty backgrounds, such as internal medicine, hospitalist medicine, pulmonary critical care, geriatrics, physiatry and neurology. Our skilled clinicians in social work, chaplaincy, pharmacy and nursing are deeply committed to the transdisciplinary care and education of future palliative care physicians.
Cedars-Sinai has long-standing relationships with local area hospitals and community hospice partners, ensuring an optimally diversified educational experience for fellows. Additionally, in partnership with one of these community hospices, the Cedars-Sinai Supportive Care Medicine team has developed a robust general inpatient level of hospice care.
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