Berkeley Public Health offers joint programs with the University of California, San Francisco and Stanford University that allow medical students and physicians the opportunity to receive public health training in conjunction with their medical education.
JMP is a five-year graduate/medical degree program. The pre-clerkship years are spent at UC Berkeley, engaging in a leading-edge integrated Problem-Based Learning medical curriculum while simultaneously earning a master's degree (MS) in the Health and Medical Sciences at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health. After two and a half years, our students move across the bay to UCSF to finish their medical education and receive their medical doctorate (MD).
JMP students participate in diverse inpatient and outpatient clinical experiences throughout the East Bay. Clinical partners include:
- Alameda and Contra Costa County Health Systems
- Kaiser East Bay
Community clinics including :
- Lifelong Medical
- La Clinica de la Raza
- Asian Health
- Roots Community Health Center
- John Muir Health
- Alta Bates-Summit Medical Center
. Starting in their second semester, JMP students are placed in an outpatient clinic.
This school has multiple campuses
Berkeley/UCSF/Stanford Joint Medical Program
University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health 2121 Berkeley Way, Room 5302
California - United States