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Current Residents

Current Residents

Resident and Fellow Anonymous Reporting

Use this form to contact the Institutional DIO for reporting confidential concerns. You are not required to provide your name or any other identifying information. However, if you request a follow-up you may complete your contact information at the end of the form.

Regional UME/GME Contacts

Calvin Wheeler, MD, BS Pharm, FAAP
Medical Director, UME/GME

Theresa Azevedo-Rousso, MPA
Director & Designated Institutional Official, UME/GME

Michele R Benedict
GME Practice Specialist & Senior Manager

Michelle B Loaiza, MSHCA
UME Practice Specialist

UME/GME Senior Training & Development Consultant

Maricela Barcena
UME/GME Financial Analyst

Donna Allen, MPA
UME/GME Project Manager II

Melissa Wong, MPH
UME/GME Project Manager II

Amanda Coy
UME/GME Program Administrator

Susana Martinez-Caldera
UME/GME Program Administrator

Shen’e Harris
UME/GME Program Administrator

Resident Council


The Regional Resident Council is comprised of resident representatives to the Institutional Graduate Medical Education Committee (IGMEC). It was created to evaluate local, regional, and systemic issues affecting residents in Kaiser Permanente Northern California-based residency programs. Our goal is to continually look for areas of improvement to enrich the graduate medical education at Kaiser Permanente while ensuring program compliance with ACGME requirements.

The council will also serve as an anonymous forum where residents may present concerns without fear of retribution regarding their local program if their concerns cannot be resolved at the program level, or if regional changes to the Kaiser Graduate Medical Education system are required. This allows residents to have a means of reaching IGMEC and the Designated Institutional Official (DIO) through a direct channel, while retaining personal anonymity.

We also hope to serve as a forum for “best practices”, where residents can share program successes and areas that work well to be integrated into other programs for improvement in our graduate medical educational quality throughout the region.

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