Internal Medicine Residency Program

Our mission is simple: build a healthier community. It’s what we’ve been doing for over 130 years, and today we’re doing it in more ways than ever before.

Internal Medicine Residency Program

The goal of the Internal Medicine Residency Program is to develop outstanding internists through superior training in primary care for hospital medicine or for subsequent fellowship training in a variety of sub-specialties. The program learning environment allows each resident to acquire not only the requisite clinical skills and medical knowledge, but also the professional attitudes and behaviors, effective communication technique and self-assessment tools that are essential to the successful practice of medicine.

Arpine Khudanyan

Huntington Hospital provides ample opportunities for the residents to have excellent training experiences. There are no fellows so you will be able to do many procedures if you’re interested in doing so. For example, you are able to help run codes as an intern, and I already did an intubation on my 3rd week of residency! There is an appropriate amount of autonomy to allow you to learn and grow as a resident. You get 1:1 time with faculty who really enjoy teaching residents. The atmosphere at Huntington Hospital is really welcoming to diversity, from the cafeteria workers to nurses to faculty, everyone is really kind and genuinely cares about your education and well-being.”

-Arpine Khudanyan, MD
PGY3 Internal Medicine Resident
Stratos Christianakis

“When considering Huntington Hospital, the term ‘Huntington Family’ is not only a commonly spoken phrase, but more of a mentality and a foundation to our success. Our doctors take pride and ownership of their failures and successes, and are here to help carry each other when in need. I know that this is a place where we prioritize success as a whole, and not individual accolades. This way of being carries us through difficult and stressful times, as we know that the Huntington Family is something we can depend on.”

-Stratos Christianakis, MD
Internal Medicine Program Director

Curriculum & Didactics

Rotation Schedules

Scholarly Activity

Our Faculty

A physician and resident performing a simulated internal surgical procedure

Our faculty are professors of Clinical Medicine at USC Keck School of Medicine and are actively involved in bedside teaching, the core lecture, and cutting edge research.

Internal Medicine Current Residents

Resident group photoograph

Our Internal Medicine residents are drawn from some of the most respected medical schools and each has a demonstrated record for academic excellence. Together they are central in helping improve and shape the care of our patients and community for a better tomorrow.

Contact Information

If you have questions or would like to learn more about the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Huntington Hospital, please check out our FAQs or reach out to Program Manager, Briana Singer.

Briana Singer
Phone: (626) 397-5188 or email her here.