Kaiser Permanente is committed to providing its residents and fellows with a Total Compensation Program that is competitive with what is offered in the external market. We approach salary and benefits as a “total compensation” package which includes wage programs, pay practices, paid time off and benefits.
Annual Salary 2022-2023
|Chief Resident III
Chief Resident IV
Chief Resident V
Chief Fellow III
COVID-19 Vaccination Notice
Kaiser Permanente employees are required to complete their COVID-19 vaccination (one dose of Johnson & Johnson; second dose of either Moderna or Pfizer) or receive an approved religious or medical exemption. Employees who have not met the requirements must be placed on unpaid administrative leave, or otherwise prevented from working pending compliance. As of December 8, employees who have not submitted proof of completed vaccination and who do not have an approved exemption are no longer eligible to continue employment and will be terminated. Any employee whose request for an exemption was denied will have at least 30 days to comply with the COVID-19 vaccination policy after the date of denial.
Learn about the benefits offered by Kaiser Permanente.
Residents are eligible for an Educational Stipend to attend a conference or for the purchase of books, CDs or other educational materials subject to the approval of the Program Director.
PGY-1s and PGY-2s will be reimbursed up to $500. PGY-3s will be reimbursed up to $750.
Residents and fellows are provided a housing stipend of $3,500 (taxable) per academic year.
Relocation Stipend – New Hire Residents only
After hire, all new KP residents and fellows receive a one-time stipend of $1000 to offset relocation expenses.
Your health and wellness are important to Kaiser Permanente. We offer a $720 annual stipend to be used for personal health and wellness.
iPhones are provided for each resident, allowing access to the electronic medical record and other applications. These are returned upon graduation/completion of the program.