Office of Graduate Medical Education
2300 Stockton Blvd., Ticon I Bldg., Suite 202, UCDMC
Phone: (916) 734-7797 / Fax: (916) 734-2837
Frederick J. Meyers, MD, MACP 734-2412 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Nuovo, MD 734-4270 email@example.com
Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education
Chair, Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) and
ACGME Designated Institutional Officer (DIO)
Lori B. Teach 734-7737 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lori is the manager of Graduate Medical Education and oversees administrative aspect of the residency and fellowship programs at UC Davis, including but not limited to ACGME duty hour and program requirements.
Marcia Pereira 734-7797 email@example.com
Marcia handles a number of issues critical to residents, including credentials and processing California Medical Licenses and DEA applications. She is also responsible for visiting residents.
Kathe McDonald 734-4955 firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to staffing the Graduate Medical Education and Resident Medical Staff Committee, Kathe coordinates internal reviews for all ACGME-sponsored programs, and is an excellent resource for general GME issues.
Kris Singh 734-7696 email@example.com
Kris is responsible for development of training affiliation agreements and GME's financial affairs. All personnel action forms (new hire, separation, etc.) are routed through Kris for approval prior to being sent to Human Resources. She is also responsible for the resident meal program.
Jennifer Cano 734-4270 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer is responsible for Dr. Nuovo's calendar and administrative assistance. She is also responsible for Ecotime, ACGME required on-call sleep room allocations, and assists in web development and maintenance.
Karrin is responsible for maintaining and furthering UCDHS compliance with ACGME program accreditation requirements. She is a good resource for E*Value related questions.
Dr. Rea is a clinical psychologist, here to work with residents/fellows. She functions as an ombudsman, conducts conflict resolution and workshops, and helps residents deal with short-term issues. She has a private office in the FSSB building, away from administration.