The salary and benefits for Fellows are consistent with University GME Policy for all fellows at the PGY-5, PGY-6, and PGY-7 levels. Please click here to view.
Fellows may take 1-2 in-house calls per month as the general OB/GYN attending in compliance with ACGME duty hours, compensated as moonlight salary.
Medical Education Fund ($1000/year for books, electronics, professional dues, misc.)
White coats and laundry
Hospital surgical scrubs for use in hospital
Hospitals provide on-call facilities
For additional information, please see the GME Policies – Please click here to view.
Annual Vacation Leave
Fellows will have total of 21 calendar paid vacation days per year.
Sick days accrue as 1 day per month of consecutive employment. In the event of prolonged absence due to illness or disability, Fellowship Program Director will determine whether or not make-up service and education are necessary. This program abides by the regulations put forth by ABOG and ACGME.
Fellows will attend SMFM Annual Conferences.
Additional leave for Educational Meetings/Conferences are possible for accepted research presentations and abstracts.
The following items are available through the Graduate Medical Education Office:
Obudsman (https://med.umkc.edu/gme/ombudsman/ )
The position of Ombudsman for Graduate Medical Education (GME) was developed to promote a positive climate for residency and fellowship education. The Ombudsman serves as an independent, impartial, informal, and confidential resource for residents and fellows with training related concerns.
Stress Management Program through the Employee Assistance Program –
This is a confidential, professional service provided to all employees, their families, retirees and organizational work units. The EAP provides a variety of services to help employees influenced by a range of personal concerns or stressors. The EAP also assists work units and the larger organization to improve quality and productivity.
Risk Management/Quality Assurance Seminars
Formal Confidential Grievance Procedures