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Resident Support


Assist U Services


Employee assistance program is a confidential way of obtaining professional help to reduce the impact of problems whether personally or professionally. Services are available to all eligible resident employees and their spouse/partner and dependent children. All services are strictly confidential and voluntary and will not be disclosed to anyone, including your supervisor or employer without your written consent.

Educational Stipend


Each intern/resident is given a yearly educational stipend of $800 that can be used to buy books, medical software, attend conferences or apply toward licensure/exam fees.

Faculty Advisors


Interns and residents are assigned an advisor who will serve as a mentor providing guidance throughout training: considering career interest of the intern/resident, advisors are matched accordingly.

Gym Facilities


Interns/ residents are offered discounted membership at the University of San Francisco (USF); facilities include an Olympic-size swimming pool, various strength training and cardio equipment, basketball courts as well as racquetball courts.

Healthcare Coverage


Competitive health insurance coverage is provided to housestaff, dependents and domestic partner. Benefits include health and dental coverage, vision, prescription health plans, life insurance, disability, accidental death and dismemberment, and extended sick leave. Health coverage begins your first day of employment.

Housestaff Meetings


The Resident Advisory Committee (RAC) consists of elected representative from each class that get together to discuss different issues relative to the program.

Housing Stipend


$3,500 for each resident (split into two payments of $1,750).

Library


Medical library is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offers a wide selection of bound volumes and numerous scientific periodicals, in addition to two computers with internet access and state-of-the-art printers.

Meals


Meal cards are issued for use at the hospital cafeteria per working hours. Catered meals are provided when working on call, and a hot breakfast is provided following night shift. Food is often catered during weekday noon conferences. Food is otherwise available in the cafeteria at a discounted rate.

On Call Rooms & Residents’ Lounge


Several private on-call sleeping rooms are available to interns and residents, in addition to a well-appointed Residents’ Lounge with adjoining bathroom (w/shower), refrigerator, microwave, large flat screen television, two computers, and a great view of the San Francisco Bay.

Physician Wellbeing Committee


Confidential support is available to residents 24/7 with regard to any sensitive issues which may impair their ability to practice safely and effectively.

Social Activities


Department of Medicine hosts annual social events for interns/residents that include Intern Appreciation Day, Residents’ Retreat, wine tasting party, graduation reception, and several other functions organized by chief residents and housestaff.

Vacation and Leave


Three weeks paid vacation for all interns and residents: R2s and R3s may take up to one week paid educational leave in addition to three weeks paid vacation. Maternity and Paternity leave is offered.