It is important that the GME office has updated contact information for all residents. Please notify the GME office of any address changes by completing the CU GME New Address Form. Please also update your address in your employee portal.
In order to view and/or print a copy of your monthly pay advice you must login to the CU Portal, click on the NavBar (small compass needle in upper right corner of screen), CU Resources, My Info and Pay, then Pay Advice.
Go to the Employee Services - Forms webpage and complete the following forms:
Address, Phone, Email Change: Former Employee/Surviving Spouse/SGDP
W2/1042-S Reissue Request Form
Fax the forms to 303-860-4299.
To update your W-4 you must login to the CU Portal, click on the NavBar (small compass needle in upper right corner of screen), CU Resources, My Info and Pay, then W-4. You must go through the Two-Factor Authentication to update your W-4
Medical residents are not entitled to the student exception for FICA, according to the IRS Office of Chief Counsel (Tax Exempt and Governmental Entities). The IRS has concluded that generally, unless the facts are virtually identical to those in the Eighth Circuit case (University of Minnesota where residents pay tuition), services provided by medical residents are not incident to and for the purpose of pursuing a course of study, but rather a form of on-the-job training, and therefore not entitled to the statutory exception from FICA.
All residents in GMEC approved programs are required to successfully complete the USMLE Step 3 examination or COMLEX Part 3 examination, as evidenced by obtaining a passing grade for that examination, prior to the mid-point of the second post-graduate year (PGY2).
All fellows entering GMEC approved programs must have successfully completed the USMLE Step 3 examination or COMLEX Part 3, as evidenced by obtaining a passing grade for that examination, prior to starting a fellowship.
For more information, please review the USMLE and COMLEX Policy.
Standard information regarding your malpractice insurance is listed below:
Name of Carrier/Provider: University of Colorado Self-Insurance and Risk Management Trust Coverage
Policy Number: Since we are a self-trust we do not have a policy number ("self-insured")
Type of coverage (Claims-made or Occurrence): Occurrence-based
Mailing Address: 13001 E. 17th Place, Bldg 500, MS C293, Aurora, CO 80045
Telephone number: 303-724-7475
Fax number: 303-724-6034
To request a claims history, please contact Professional Risk Management at 303-724-7475.
An email was sent to you at least a week prior to your start date with your initial access. Please contact Karen Graves if you did not receive this email.
Contact your program coordinator, informing them of your need for a new or renewed badge. They will contact the GME Business Services Professional, who will then submit a request to the Security and Badging Office (SBO). As soon as that request is processed you will receive an email from the SBO asking you to contact them directly to schedule a time to pick up your badge.
Residents/Fellows are eligible for the fee exempt DEA because they are paid and are performing service on behalf of the CU SOM (state entity). Fee exempt DEAs cannot be used during external moonlighting.