1. Effective July 4, 2011, PGY3 residents on CTU call will now be considered CTU Senior Night Float.
The night float periods will be as follows:
Senior residents will come to work at 7:30 p.m. to perform bedside teaching with two junior residents on-call, will stay in-house until at least 11:30 p.m., and will then be on home-call until 7:30 a.m. for CTU senior consults;
Senior residents will do one or two weeks of nights consecutively for two to four weeks during their senior year;
Senior residents are first call from Emergency and will distribute consults between two take residents;
Senior residents on-call during the day would cover on-call consults until 7:30 p.m. This would be twice a week for RED and BLUE seniors and once a week for SILVER seniors;
Seniors on subspecialty and CTU will cover Friday night call, Saturday call, and Sunday day call.
2. Residents will be paid the home-heavy stipend and will not be entitled to the excess of 1 in 4 call stipend.
3. The call stipend for Sunday will be prorated between the day and night resident.