Welcome To AAP California Chapter 2

Kern, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernadino, San Luis Obispo,
Santa Barbara, and Ventura

Our Mission: To champion optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults and to advocate for and support our members in these endeavors.

UPCOMING EVENTS


More Events Coming This Fall!

Make sure you mark your calendars for next year’s 36th Annual Advances in Pediatrics Symposium!
May 17, 2025

Job Listing

Cucamonga Pediatrics is a busy private practice serving low-income and under-served residents in the Inland Empire for 20 years. We aim to build an enjoyable workplace by valuing teamwork and work-life balance. We are looking for a candidate who has a passion to care for our patients and will treat all team members with respect and kindness. To help achieve work-life balance, this position may be part-time immediately or in the future.

If you enjoy community-based pediatrics and are seeking a long-term flexible position, please apply by sending a cover letter and CV to admin@cucamongapediatrics.com

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Join us for the Popular Pediatric Clinical Topics 2024 conference, set against the breathtaking backdrop of Waikoloa Beach, Hawaii. Brought to you by Stanford Medicine, this event is designed to provide pediatric healthcare professionals with the latest insights, advancements, and best practices.

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Immigrant Youth Task Force

The Los Angeles County Immigrant Youth Toolkit was created in 2020 to provide a centralized list of resources for recently arrived immigrant youths and their families in Los Angeles County. It is modeled after the national AAP Immigrant Health Toolkit, and is intended as a provider-facing resource, with information for medical providers, social workers, case managers, teachers or school officials and anyone else who may work with immigrant youth and families.

Please contact ucla.avc@mednet.ucla.edu or complete this Interest Form. Or, scan the QR code below!

AAP-CA2, in collaboration with Anti-Vaping Champions at UCLA, is recruiting practices interested in participating in a Quality Improvement project. The focus is to incorporate vaping screening, counseling, and treatment referrals during visits for pediatric patients.

Receive 25 points of ABP MOC Part 4 credit for your participation, $400 at the end of the 4th cycle, plus up to $300 for participating in the Clinic Learning Collaborative meetings every other month ($50 Amazon card per meeting attendance x 6).

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