Message From The Chair

Carlos E. Sueldo, MD


Thank you for your interest in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of California, San Francisco, Fresno campus. We carry on a proud tradition of excellence in medical education, patient care, and research dating back to our days at Valley Medical Center, the county hospital of Fresno County, where our independent residency was originally accredited in 1954.

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Christopher Downer, MD

Residency Program Director

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155 N Fresno St, Fresno CA 93701
Telephone: (559) 499-6518
E-mail: obgyn@fresno.ucsf.edu

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Medical Students

UCSF Fresno offers medical student opportunities in ob/gyn, including:

  • Traditional core clerkships in ob/gyn for UCSF and UC Merced PRIME third-year medical students
  • Elective fourth-year clerkships in ob/gyn, which are open to all students.

The residents in our program are actively involved in teaching medical students. These teaching opportunities take place in labor and delivery, antepartum, postpartum, operative room, prenatal diagnostic center for high risk obstetric care, ambulatory clinic and during didactics.

The OB/GYN Department offers the following elective rotations:

  • 140.05- Advanced Inpatient: Medical students will work closely with residents and attendings at Community Regional Medical Center. Schedule will be divided between labor and delivery and the gynecology service.
  • 140.21- Maternal Fetal Medicine: Medical students will work closely with residents and perinatologist at Community Regional Medical Center and University Women’s Specialty Center (prenatal diagnostic center). There, they will participate in the management of a wide variety of maternal-fetal complications.

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