IM/Psych residentsThe UC Davis Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Residency is a five-year program in which residents learn and practice excellent general medical, psychiatric, and integrated care. Graduates are board-eligible in both specialties.

The mission of UC Davis Internal Medicine and Psychiatry Residency program is to train outstanding physicians who care for the mental and physical health needs of their patients, particularly underserved populations, through clinical service, education, and scholarly pursuits.

We train residents who have diverse experiences with underserved populations who come to residency endeavoring to provide whole-person care. Our breadth of clinical sites in both the public and private sectors exposes residents to gaps in our healthcare systems and helps residents recognize their roles in addressing social determinants of health. Residents get extensive experience in under-resourced settings to learn and apply their unique skills.

  • To have graduates that continue to work in the breadth of clinical settings, particularly in the academic and public sector.
  • To train graduates to provide underserved populations with whole person care.
  • To prepare and support our residents to become outstanding educators and leaders at the interface of medicine and psychiatry.

The following is a summary of the UC Davis Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Residency Training Program highlights.

    • UC Davis is one of only two schools of medicine that have both family medicine/psychiatry and internal medicine/psychiatry residency programs. With both combined programs, we have 20 residents and 8 faculty, and we meet weekly for combined Med-Psych learning sessions.

    • Our IMP residents are a close-knit group. Many of our residents are leaders in their community and are very involved extracurricular activities. They have published in peer-reviewed journals and textbooks and have presented on Med-Psych topics at national educational meetings.

    • Our faculty have published curricula in both preventive medicine in psychiatric practice, as well as psychiatric care in the primary care setting including the Train New Trainers Primary Care Psychiatry (TNT PCP) Fellowship.

    • Sacramento is a fun and comfortable place to live.  It is close to the Pacific Ocean, Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, San Francisco, and beautiful wine country!

UC Davis offers an elective for 4th year medical students who are interested in pursuing Med-Psych, PSY 421: Combined Internal Medicine/Psychiatry elective.  Students have the opportunity to work with combined faculty and residents to treat patients with a variety of complex, comorbid diseases in a fast-paced Sacramento County Integrated Behavioral Health Clinic.

If you have an interest in combined training and would like to learn more about our program please contact Psychiatry Training Programs, 916-734-2614.

Jeremy DeMartini, M.D.

Jeremy DeMartini, M.D.
Program Director
Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Residency Program
E-mail: jmdemartini@ucdavis.edu

Craig Keenan, M.D.

Craig Raymond Keenan, M.D.
Internal Medicine Program Director
Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Associate Program Director
E-mail: crkeenan@ucdavis.edu

Alan Koike, M.D.

Alan Koike, M.D.
Psychiatry Residency Program Director
E-mail:  akkoike@ucdavis.edu

John Onate, M.D.

John Onate, M.D.
Senior Combined Faculty
Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Residency Program 
E-mail:  jconate@ucdavis.edu

Combined Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Faculty Mentors
Shannon Suo, M.D.
Rachel Robitz, M.D.
Glen Xiong, M.D.
Swati Rao, M.D.
Sabrina Silva-McKenzie, M.D.
Shannon Clark, M.D.