Graduate Medical Education About Us Graduate Medical Education Committee Leadership & Staff Training Programs Application Information Information & Resources Residents & Fellows Resources Residents & Fellows Salary, Benefits, Policies Verification and Certification Requests Residents & Fellows Salary, Benefits, Policies Home Education Medical Education Graduate Medical Education Residents & Fellows Salary, Benefits, Policies Salary July 1, 2023 – June 30, 2024 Post-MD ANNUAL MONTHLY PGY I $81,651.91 $6,804.33 PGY II $84,025.94 $7,002.16 PGY III $86,933.09 $7,244.42 PGY IV $89,969.36 $7,497.45 PGY V $93,241.58 $7,770.13 PGY VI $96,334.60 $8,027.88 PGY VII $99,203.92 $8,266.99 PGY VIII $103,898.55 $8,658.21 PGY IX XXXX XXXX A Chief Resident may receive $50 per month in addition to the regular salary upon prior approval of Graduate Medical Education Administration. Benefits & Policies Union Agreement UCI’s ACGME-accredited residents and fellows are represented by the Committee of Interns and Residents (CIR)/Service Employees International Union (SEIU). Union Agreement Access Rules: Local Rules: Sec. 900-14: Access Regulations for Employee Organizations Statement of Understanding UCI Health Benefits In addition to a monthly stipend, UCI School of Medicine provides a comprehensive benefits program, including $50,000 life insurance, $50,000 accidental death insurance, long-term and short-term disability insurance and professional liability insurance for all residents and fellows. A comprehensive hospital and health insurance plan will cover the trainee and their eligible dependents, including mental health, dental and vision care. Visit the University of California Health and Insurance Coverage for Residents and Fellows page for more information. UCI Resident and Fellow Benefit Orientation Presentation (2020) - View the Residents and Fellows Orientation Presentation. Anthem Health Guide - Get help from a dedicated Anthem concierge team member: Call toll-free 833-674-9256, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Pacific). Pharmacy representatives are available 24/7. Anthem Provider Directory ID Cards - Trainees will receive their Anthem ID number from their program coordinator. Upon receipt, they may visit the Anthem website and download a temporary ID card (instructions available on the GME Sharepoint site). A permanent ID card will be mailed to their home address on file with the University after July 1. Delta Dental and VSP Vision do not issue ID cards. A social security number is used to confirm registration. Leave of Absence information and instructions are described in the “Policies for Residents Appointed and Paid Through the UCI School of Medicine”. Trainees should contact their Program Coordinator and/or the UCI GME Office with any questions. UCI Occupational Health Office (Orange Location) - UCIMC, Pavilion III, Building 29, phone 714-456-8300, fax 714.456.6540, Healthdoc@hs.uci.edu. Any other questions related to your benefits may be addressed to Kristal Connell, GME Personnel Manager. Supervisor Responsibilities: Workers’ Compensation and Disability Management Services It is the trainees responsibility to ensure all incidents/ injuries/ illnesses and accidents are promptly reported to Campus Workers’ Compensation Office. Work closely with the employee to ensure all forms are completed immediately. Prevent the injury or illness through Safety Awareness Request an Ergonomic Evaluation UC Learning Center Assist employee in obtaining medical treatment, if necessary. All exposures should be reported to UCI Occupational Health. Clinic Information - How to Obtain Medical Care Reports must be reported within 24 hours to the UCI Campus Office. Call CampusWC Office at 949-824-9152 or email email@example.com Complete Campus Online Incident Report Provide and properly complete Workers’ Compensation DWC-1 (claim form) Track Absences from work and report these toWC Office immediately Comply with Family Medical Leave (FMLA) or California Family Rights (CFRA) Take corrective action to prevent further incidents Provide temporary modified work and follow work restrictions Contact WC Office for assistance with accommodation, or if unable to accommodate Maintain regular contact with the employee Maintain confidentiality Employee Responsibilities: Workers’ Compensation and Disability Management Services Employee responsibilities: Report the injury or illness to supervisor promptly Complete Campus Online Incident Report Complete and sign employee portion of DWC-1 claim form and return in order to initiate a claim Attend all medical appointments Keep supervisor advised of work status – timely report any lost time Schedule appointments outside of work, when possible Follow work restrictions – timely report any work restrictions Detailed “How to Instructions” available on website for Employees, for Supervisors Need an expert or want additional training, contact Campus Workers' Compensation Office: Darlene Rivas, Workers' Compensation & Disability Coordinator, Initial Point of Contact, 949-824- 9152. Ingrid Fahr, Workers' Compensation & Disability Consultant, SOM Liaison, 949-824-7008. Policies & Procedures Current policies are located on the GME Housestaff Sharepoint Site. Please note, this website is intended for a specific audience and requires permission to access it. If you need assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.