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Fellowship Directory

Arrowhead Regional Medical Center

Kristina Roloff, DO, MPH, MSc
400 N. Pepper Avenue
Colton, California 92324
Interview Dates:
6/10 – 19; 7/8 - 17; 8/5 - 14
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Salary (1st yr):
Prerequisites Completion of an ACGME accredited Obstetrics & Gynecology program Eligible for board certification through ABOG or ABOOG` California state medical license
Positions (1st yr):

Additional Information

The Department of Women’s Health at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) offers a 36-month fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM).  The educational program is a progressive course of specialty training designed to prepare Obstetrician-Gynecologists as specialists in MFM, through didactic training, hands-on research, and extensive clinical activity.

Rigorous didactic training with MFM staff and those from other specialties including in OB anesthesia, infectious disease, and critical care, supplement the fellow’s clinical training. The lecture schedule is designed to cover all topics critical to MFM specialist training. In addition, the MFM Fellow is required to address the general Ob/Gyn residents and medical students every other month, and medical students are actively engaged with clinical services. The MFM Fellow is encouraged to participate in the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine (SMFM) monthly Fellow and Genetics lectures.

The MFM fellow will spend the equivalent of 12 months dedicated to academic or research pursuits. The Fellow may opt to pursue a Masters degree in Public Health or Health Education, or may pursue more traditional research pursuits in either clinical or laboratory research. There are extensive clinical and bench research opportunities within ARMC, and outside through partnership with Harbor-UCLA and Sharp Memorial (San Diego, CA). Current faculty is actively involved in research and publication.

Individuals selected for the program are physicians having completed an ACGME approved residency in OB/GYN.  They must have exhibited academic attributes, and a primary commitment towards a career in Maternal-Fetal Medicine. Upon completion of the fellowship training, graduates are expected to achieve specialty board certification, and assume a leadership role in the community in which they practice.

Program Courses (in months)

Clinical MFM:
Elective Time:

Graduate Courses

Name Type
Statistics/Epidemiology Offered
Other Clinical Courses Offered

MFM Faculty

Name Interests
Kristina Roloff CLN USG INF
Guillermo Valenzuela CLN MPH
Tevy Tith MCP
Kristin Williams USG CLN MCP

Other Faculty

Name Interests
Lauren Tuttle GEN
Michael Hartunian ANS
Beril Abraham ANS
Ahmed Ellini CRD