Current & Continuing Residents/Fellows
Continuing Resident/Fellow who completed training and plan to stay at Stanford to join another training program is considered a Current Resident/Fellow. Please complete all Current Residents/Fellows requirements. You do not need to attend orientation.
Navigate the House Staff page
- ACGME Core Competencies
- Address Change, etc.
- Anonymously Report a Concern
- Away Rotations
- California Medical License & Exemptions
- DEA Registration
- Evaluations & Surveys: ACGME Survey, GME House Staff Survey, Program Evaluation, Summative Evaluation
- Forms: Away Rotation Application, Checkout Form for House Staff, Leave of Absence Form, Life Support Training Center (LTSC) Registration Form, Live Scan Service Request, Reimbursement Form, Sharps Training Checklist
- Holiday Schedule (2019) & Holiday Schedule (2020)
- HR, Payroll & W-2
- J-1 Visas
- Leave of Absence
- Life Support Training Center (LSTC)
- Live Scan
- MD Exploring Specialties Dinner
- Mindfulness Videos & Podcasts
- Notary Service
- Occupational Health
- Postdoctoral Appointments
- Professional Opportunities
- Quality Improvement & Patient Safety
- Quality Improvement (QI) Grant
- Resident Well Being
- Sample Contract
- Sharps Training Checklist
- Stanford CAP Profiles
- Stanford University Athletic Card
- Stipends & Bonuses
- SUNet ID
- Training Resources: Standard Process Description: ED Valet For On-Call Emergency Responding Staffs, After Hours Food, GME Gym, GME Lounge HC433, Lactation Room HC404, Meal Money, On-Call Quarters, Resident/Fellow Workroom HC403, Stanford Golf Course, Taxi Vouchers, Uber
- Well-Being Resources
- Work Hours
Last Revised 08/13/2018
Postdoctoral Appointment Form
For current house staff at SHC/LPCH seeking a Postdoc appointment for AY 2019-2020
- View the Postdoc Appointment page.
- Program and trainee are responsible for timely submission of appointment paperwork and timely completion of assignments.
- Appointment Window: 7/1/2019 - 6/30/2020
- Application Deadline: 6/1/2019
A medical exposure program for low-income and underrepresented minority high schoolers
During the SMASH-Med workshops, you’ll be able to teach students about taking vital signs, splinting, basic surgery skills, and more. We will provide you with materials and instructions for the sessions.
See the SMASH-Med website for more information: SMASH-Med Website
Workshop dates are July 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th 9:00 – 10:30 am.