About Residency at Kern Medical Center
Since 1934, Kern Medical Center has been training residents and healthcare professionals in
this community. Kern Medical Center is a 222-bed acute care teaching hospital that serves an
area of over 750,000 square miles. The hospital is owned and operated by the County of Kern.
As an academic teaching hospital, KMC trains more than 115 residents per year specializing in
Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Psychiatry, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Addiction Psychiatry and Surgery programs. Over 80 full time faculty
physicians participate in graduate, undergraduate, and mid-level professional education at KMC.
KMC provides care for over 15,500 inpatients annually, while the clinics provide care and
services for over 125,000 patients.
Below is a complete list of of Residency programs at Kern Medical Center. For more information, please click the Residency program of interest or use the Contacts page to request a response from a representative.