Mission: To provide support services for graduate medical education programs sponsored primarily by the university of connecticut school of medicine and to provide an inter-institutional forum to improve collaboration among its members.
Programs: Paymaster program - the consortium was responsible for the management and coordination of payroll and benefit services for medical residents who were appointed via the university of connecticut health center's school of medicine residency training program to area hospitals. The consortium also pays for certain operating expenses on behalf of the health center. During the year, the consortium managed the payroll and benefit services of approximately 640 medical residents. In 1996, the consortium began to assist the health center with marketing the residency program.
dental resident program - the consortium was responsible for the management and coordination of payroll and benefit services for dental residents who were appointed via the university of connecticut health center to area hospitals. The consortium also pays for certain operating expenses on behalf of the health center.
management fees earned related to the paymaster and t-stewart hamiliton investment scholarship fund programs. Amounts related to the fica refund claim are also included in this amount.
including: t-stewart hamilton investment scholarship fund - the consortium was responsible for holding and administering the investment fund. The fund is made up of $100,000 of restricted donated funds and income derived from the donated assets. The consortium is permited to expend the income and subsequent appreciation on awards to individuals employed by member hospitals seeking professional advancement. The awards are given on a competitive basis