Employment Contract A
Documentation Required for Certification of Eligibility
Resident shall provide documentation for certification of eligibility in the Program to Kern Medical Center (“KMC”) as follows:
1.1 A completed residency application.
1.2 An official medical school transcript, impressed with medical school seal and an original medical school diploma.
1.3 A letter from the Dean of the medical school from which Resident graduated.
1.4 A minimum of two letters of reference.
1.5 Proof of employment eligibility. A Resident who is not a U.S. citizen must have an active, non-expired visa that allows for clinical training or evidence of permanent U.S. immigrant status. This visa must remain active during the entire period Resident participates in the Program.
1.6 A current and valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (“ECFMG”) if Resident is a graduate of a foreign medical school (regardless of citizenship status).
1.7 A permanent license to practice medicine in the state of California or a training certificate issued by the Medical Board of California or Osteopathic Medical Board of California, as appropriate.
1.8 Such other and future information that KMC may request in connection with Resident’s certification of eligibility.
Any document not printed in English must be accompanied by an acceptable original English translation performed by a qualified translator. Each translation must be accompanied by an affidavit of accuracy acceptable to KMC.
It is the responsibility of Resident to ensure that all necessary documents including those regarding proof of employment, licensure or training status, and ECFMG certification are current and valid at all times. Failure to do so will result in immediate termination.