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UC Davis Medical Staff Well-Being Committee

UC Davis Medical Staff Well-Being Committee

Contact Numbers

Jessica Haskins, Psy.D.
UC Davis Health System
Program Counselor
2730 Stockton Blvd, Ste. 2100
Sacramento, CA 95817
(916) 734-2727

Additional Resources

Emergency Contacts

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

On Campus

Call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room

UC Davis Police
(916) 734-2555 (Medical Center)
(530) 752-1230 (Campus)


Health and Psychological Services

Sierra Vista Hospital-Crisis Line
(916) 288-0300

Sutter Center for Psychiatry
24/7 Crisis Intervention Services
(916) 386-3620

Local Suicide Prevention and Crisis Hotlines

(916) 368-3111 (Sacramento)
(530) 756-5000 (Davis)

Tips for Unlicensed Residents after Receiving a DUI

The following are tips for how to navigate the Medical Board’s requirements after receiving a DUI. These tips are based on information from previous trainees who have received DUIs.

  • Contact the Medical Board within 30 days of the incident.
    • Must be a written report to the Medical Board’s Enforcement Division.
    • Failure to report a DUI is more serious than the DUI itself.
  • Send all requested documents directly (certified) from the DMV, courthouse, and police department to the Medical Board as soon as possible with signature and date.
  • Submit a signed and dated copy of your CV to the Medical Board as soon as possible.
  • Obtain a Professionals Comprehensive Assessment from a Board approved facility. According to past residents, the following have been listed as approved facilities:
    • Betty Ford Center (800) 434-7365
    • Hazelden (800) 257-7810
    • Pine Grove (888) 574-4673
    • Talbott (800) 445-4232
  • Begin treatment, if needed, and/or monitoring.
    • Including periodic toxicology testing to establish abstinence
  • Request a point of contact at the Medical Board
  • Contact the California Medical Association Confidential Hotline for Substance Abuse, if needed, at: (213) 383-2691
  • Use your home address for all Medical Board correspondence to help expedite the process
  • Obtain legal counsel
    • The Medical Staff Wellbeing Committee has a list of lawyers
  • Consult with the Medical Staff Wellbeing Committee
    • The Committee is available to support you and advocate for you throughout the process

Estimated court & DMV costs: Estimated California Medical Board costs:

Lawyer $4,000 CMB mandated evaluation $5,000
Court mandated classes $700 CMB mandated monitoring $400/ mo x 60 mos = $24,000
Court Fines $3,600 CMB mandated treatment $400/ mo x 60 mos = $24,000
Time off work ______ CMB Case Management $4000/ yr x 5 yrs = $20,000
Total: $8,300+   $72,000
(Past residents have been able to negotiate some costs)