GME Employee Resources

This information is intended for current UW Hospitals and Clinics residents and fellows. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please contact the Graduate Medical Education (GME) office.


For general information regarding benefits, please view the benefits page on U-Connect and the EIT Benefits Summary.

UW Health Policies

  • For UW Health policy information, log in to U-Connect and search for GME Policies
  • Log in to MedHub and review the Resident and Fellow Handbook for GME and institutional policy updates

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Resident, Quality and Safety Committee (RQSC)

The RQSC meets every other month and provides:

  • A platform for discussing system patient safety and quality improvement with hospital leaders
  • An opportunity to add resident voices to system improvement at UW Health
  • An avenue for further involvement in hospital-wide leadership quality and safety committees
  • Leadership and skill development in quality improvement efforts at UW Health in resident-led projects
  • A platform for evaluating quality and safety concerns of residents
  • An opportunity to participate in problem-solving of key patient safety issues for UW Health
  • An opportunity to hone skills in Root Cause Analysis (RCA) through discussion of important safety events at UW Health

RQSC sponsors:

  • Annual UW Resident and Student Quality Improvement Symposium in spring
  • Annual Patient Safety Orientation (PSO)

Visit RQSC

Resident Well-Being Subcommittee

The Graduate Medical Education (GME) office is committed to ensuring residents and fellows remain physically and mentally healthy during their training. The Resident Well-Being Subcommittee was established to evaluate and measure resident wellness, while ensuring wellness practices and resources are readily available for residents and fellows. The subcommittee meets quarterly. For residents or fellows interested in participating, please email

More about compensation and benefits

Confidential Hotline

To speak confidentially with the GME Director about individual or program issues of concern to you, please call 608-316-9800. Hotline staff are trained to forward your concern to an appropriate party that can help address the issue. If requested, your concern will be kept confidential.

Provider Services

The Office of Provider Services focuses on improving the work life of health care providers, including clinical faculty, residents/fellows and APPs. Specific areas of support include provider well-being, coaching and development, leadership development, new faculty orientation and onboarding and professional accountability. For assistance, please contact Provider Services at 608-504-6562 or