Protected from clinical duties. Work- shops and interactive case based discussions. Includes monthly simulation and task training sessions.
Residents and fellows are eligible for the following reimbursements:
USMLE/COMLEX Step 3 Exam
California Medical License Initial Application
California Medical License & Renewal (as long as expiration date occurs before completion of residency train- ing)
Travel reimbursement for scholarly project presentations at national society meetings
Emergency Medicine Memberships & Subscriptions Covered by Program:
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM)
American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP)
American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
ECG Weekly– Online EKG mastery website from Ammal Mattu.
True Learn → online life-long learning modules, including ITE and ABEM board preparation.
Residents are eligible to receive a $500 reimbursable allowance for educational materials during PGY 1-3.
PGY 3 residents receive an additional $1000 to attend a professional conference, (ex- ACEP, SAEM, Board Review Courses).
Malpractice insurance is provided by Southern California Permanente Medical Group (SCPMG).
Medical benefits for you and your eligible family starting on July 1 of each year. Vision and dental coverage is available after 90 days of employment. Alternate mental health care and other leaves of absence are also included.
Scrubs, white coats, business cards and iPhones (including service) provided at no cost to residents.
Paid Vacation → 4 weeks (given in 2 week blocks, Monday-Sunday)
Sleeping rooms and parking are available at all hospitals.
Hospital cafeteria meal allowance is provided to all residents while on shift.
2018-2019 salary structure
PGY 1 $52,297
PGY 2 $54,128
PGY 3 $56,021
Kaiser Permanente 401(k) Retirement Plan:
You are enrolled automatically with a 2 percent employee contribution on your date of hire. Your contribution will in- crease by 1% per year up to 6%, unless you opt out.
Complete professional liability coverage is provided throughout residency training. Coverage is provided on a date-of-occurrence basis; this means you do not need to buy tail coverage for the patients that you treated while employed as a resident physician at Kaiser. Insurance is effective from the first date to the last date of employment. 1.5 Million per incident / 3 Million Aggregate. Short-term and long-term disability is offered to resident physicians.
Visit https://residency-scal Kaiser- permaente.org/residency/emergencymedicine to learn more about our program, our faculty and residents, salary & benefits, and how to apply.