Visiting (or Rotating) Physicians– Check In Procedures

Harbor’s GME Policies and Procedures

Approved rotating/visiting physians will be contacted by their Harbor service rotation program coordinator via email. Approved rotating/visiting physicians will be required to follow the detailed instructions to activate the contractor online “Los Angeles County Department of Health Services Information Sheet” for every rotation. Once the online information sheet is complete (example) the rotation coordinator will review upon submission. Once reviewed and approved/claimed the rotation coordinator will then provide instructions for Live Scan

NOTE: LiveScan is required at least 2 weeks prior to start of the rotation.

Employee Health Process:

You will also be required to submit an Non-County Employee Health Clearance form to the Employee Health office. Questions regarding the form please email Employee Health or call 310-222-2360.

GME required physician documentation:

All affiliating residents are required to register with the Medical Administration/GME Office at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center on the first day of the rotation. This registration provides non-County employee malpractice coverage (if applicable) and hospital policy information that will be helpful during the rotation.

1.Affiliating Resident/Fellow Questionnaire link.
2.Code of Conduct link – Study Guide link. Correct your answers with the enclosed answer key. You must submit the Answer Sheet and the Code of Conduct Acknowledgement to the GME office.
3.Privacy and Security Survival link – Study Guide link. Correct your answers with the enclosed answer key link. You must submit the Answer Sheet to the GME office.
4.Current California Medical License*
5.Current DEA Certificate (if applicable)
6.Valid ECFMG Certificate (for International Medical Graduates)

You will also be assigned a physician parking pass. White coats and/or hospital scrubs are not provided to affiliating residents**.

ORCHID Training:

Rotation Coordinators must schedule their rotating/visiting physician for ORCHID training within their department. Rotating/visiting physician “C” number is required for access during the training. ORCHID training is required for the rotating/visiting physician to start their rotation at Harbor.

Harbor-UCLA ID Badge:

After credentials have been verified with the GME office the rotating physician will be directed to Harbor Human Resources to receive a Harbor-UCLA validated picture ID badge. The Harbor-UCLA ID badge enables you to receive meals at no charge for the duration of your rotation. Computer access codes will be provided by the Harbor-UCLA Information Systems office with proof of a valid Harbor-UCLA ID badge.

* California state law requires that all U.S. Medical School graduates obtain licensure by end of the 24th month of training; foreign medical graduates have until the end of the 36th month of training. Trainees wishing to rotate at Harbor from outside the state, and who do not have a CA license, may be eligible to do so if they meet the requirements of the Institutional Policy for Resident Guest Rotations and complete the necessary paperwork.

NOTE: There is a $25 fee for a lost ID badge or lost parking pass.

**Harbor-UCLA Scrubs: Harbor-UCLA scrub dispensing procedure for rotating contractors, residents and students