In the 2019-2020 year, residents in the UCLA-Olive View Psychiatry Training Program are paid by UCLA and are bound by conditions of employment at the UCLA Medical Center. For a detailed description of housestaff policies and procedures, please see David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Graduate Medical Education.
As of 7/1/2018
|Step||Monthly Salary||Annual Salary|
|Post MD 1||$4,769.42||$57,233|
|Post MD 2||$4,927.50||$59,130|
|Post MD 3||$5,121.08||$61,453|
|Post MD 4||$5,323.25||$63,879|
The residents and fellows who are in Olive View-UCLA Medical Center-sponsored training programs, i.e. Internal Medicine residency, Nephrology fellowship, Hematology/Oncology fellowship, Rheumatology fellowship, and Psychiatry residency, are employed by the University of California and are now unionized and represented by SEIU/CIR. It should be noted that Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHS) is seeking to convert the Olive View-UCLA Medical Center-sponsored and University of California-employed residents and fellow positions to employment by the County of Los Angeles. DHS labor relations leadership and SEIU/CIR will be negotiating a new resident contract in the near future. It is anticipated that the new contract will bring an increase in salary and a competitive housing stipend.
We invite you to view this representative DHS resident contract for reference, as it is expected that Olive View-UCLA Medical Center’s residents/fellows’ contract will be very similar to Harbor-UCLA’s residents/fellows’ contract.