Well-Being Resources for Residents & Fellows
Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)
FSAP provides confidential employee assistance services at no cost to UCSF faculty, staff, post docs, residents, and clinical fellows. These services include assessment, counseling, and referral services for a broad range of personal and work-related issues.
Office of Graduate Medical Education
Bobby Baron, MD (Associate Dean for GME) and Amy Day, MBA (Director of GME) have “open door” policies and are always available to help with resident and fellows concerns and inquiries. Their contact information is:
Bobby Baron, MD
Amy Day, MBA
The GME Confidential Hotline is also available if you prefer to remain anonymous. The phone number is (415) 502-9400.
Office of Ombuds
The office serves as a resource for all members of the UCSF community (faculty, staff, administrators, students, post-doctoral fellows and other trainees) and offers a safe, confidential place to discuss campus-related issues and explore possibilities for informally addressing concerns.
The Ombuds will listen and review matters; help identify options; make inquiries and make referrals as appropriate; and/or facilitate resolutions in an impartial manner.
Campus Advocacy Resources & Education (CARE)
The CARE Advocate provides free, confidential support to any UCSF affiliate including students, staff, faculty, post docs and researchers who have experienced interpersonal violence such as sexual assault, dating/intimate partner violence, sexual harassment or stalking.
The CARE Advocate can explain your options for filing a report as well as your options if you choose not to report. The CARE Advocate can assess your needs, provide emotional support, connect you to resources, provide accompaniment, help you to understand your rights, and facilitate academic and employment adjustments as well as other accommodations.