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Seton Medical Center


 Seton Medical Center


Seton Medical Center was recently ranked the #7 best employer to work for in the category of largest employers. This award was based on the contributions of our associates. When you walk through the doors on your first day you will truly understand the feeling of family & community that is prevalent throughout the entire facility.

At Seton Medical Center, our employees embrace best practices in the delivery of quality care to complex patients across diverse settings. Seton employees are steadfast in our 100-year-old legacy of caring for the most vulnerable members of our community – the sick and those living in poverty – regardless of their circumstances. We are committed to providing comprehensive, excellent health care that is compassionate and attentive to whole person: body, mind and spirit.

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Careers at Seton Medical Center

Seton Medical Center Benfits

As part of the Verity Health System, Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside provide competitive salaries and comprehensive benefit plans. Our benefit plans include medical, dental, vision, retirement and life insurance options, as well as vacation and extended sick leave accrual. Benefits plans vary for contractual and non-contractual employees.

Employee benefit eligibility

Full Time and Part Time employees who are regularly scheduled to work 20 or more hours per week are eligible for our benefit plan.

Benefits available for all employees

  • Free shuttle from Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) System to Daly City On-site access to San Mateo County Transit District (SamTrans)
  • Free and convenient parking
  • Direct deposit of payroll check
  • Free on-site gym
  • Education opportunities & reimbursement

Eligible dependents

  • Legally married spouse
  • Registered Domestic Partner (with copy of registration certificate)
  • Children (including children of Registered Domestic Partner)
    • Under the age of 26 (under age of 24 for Child Life)
    • Over age 26 only if incapacitated due to disability and primarily dependent on employee for support who became disabled before age 19
    • Named in a Qualified Medical Child Support Order (QMCSO) as defined by federal law
  • Employees with variable hours, temporary, short-term and seasonal schedules will be considered eligible only for medical only if they meet specific requirements determined by the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

Benefits effective dates

First of the month following 30 or 60 day waiting period as determined by union affiliation and CBA

Health and Welfare Plans

Plan eligibility dependent upon union affiliation.
  • Medical: Self-Funded EPO & PPO plans utilizing the BlueShield PPO Network available
  • Dental: Delta Dental PPO and Cigna DHMO plans available
  • Vision: VSP Core and Buy-up plans available

Retirement Plans

Verity Health System offers several retirement plan options to its employees. Plan participation eligibility is determined by union affiliation and CBA.
  • Pension Plan (Annuity)
  • 403(b)
  • 401(a) Match benefit
  • Retirement Plan Account (RPA)
  • Please see plan documents for additional information on applicable vesting schedules, information on retirement processing, disability/death benefits.

    Our Plan At-A-Glance

    Eligibility to Join the Plan

    Immediately upon hire

    Retirement Vesting

    100% after 5 years of vesting service

    Normal Retirement Date

    First day of the month on or after age 65

    Early Retirement Date

    First day of any month on or after age 55, if vested

    Disability Benefits

    Any age and vested

    Death Benefits, Before and After Retirement

    Any age and vested. Based on form of pension payment.

    Family Medicine Residency Program
    Building a team of highly-skilled experts

    We recruit candidates from medical schools across the country, training them to become skilled, caring physicians.

    The San Jose-O’Connor Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program trains residents to become community physicians skilled at caring for patients of all ages—from newborns to the elderly. Residents learn to deliver babies, assist surgeons and care for patients admitted to the hospital.

    Our Family Medicine Residency Program is an “8-8-8” residency program, meaning it includes 8 residents in each of their three years of training – one year of internship followed by two additional years of residency. This program comes after a minimum of four years of medical school. We recruit residents from a pool of several hundred qualified applicants from medical schools all over the United States.

    Sports Medicine Fellowship Program

    Our Sports Medicine Fellowship Program offers a Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Sports Medicine to two candidates per year. One candidate is a graduate from a Primary Care Residency Program, and one is from an Emergency Medicine Residency Program.

    The fellows, as part of their training, perform the following duties at the Sports Medicine Clinics:

    • Supervise and teach residents
    • Prepare and present lectures to residents during noontime conferences

    Family Medicine Residency Training Team

    Director Grace Yu, MD, a graduate of the program, leads the Family Medicine Residency Program. The Family Medicine Associates of San Jose (FMASJ) faculty, also known as “physician-educators,” consists of 13 board-certified family physicians, and one licensed clinical social worker (LCSW). These faculty physicians have trained more than 200 local family physicians – perhaps even your own family doctor.

    Their expertise covers a wide range of areas:

    • Addiction medicine
    • Adolescent medicine
    • Behavioral science
    • Geriatric medicine
    • Gynecology
    • Headache management
    • Infectious disease
    • Informatics (computer and PDA use of technology in medicine)
    • Mood disorders (anxiety and depression)
    • Obstetrics
    • Orthopedic and sports medicine
    • Pain management
    • Procedural medicine
    • Public health
    • Tropical medicine
    • Women’s health

    Welcome New Residents

    Welcome to the incoming residents to the O’Connor Family Medicine Residency Program and fellows to the Sports Medicine Fellowship Program.

    Family Medicine Residency Program

    Ailya Batool, MD
    Jinnah Sindh Medical University

    Nisha Jadhaw, MD
    St. George’s University School of Medicine

    Eric Matsumoto, MD
    Loma Linda School of Medicine

    Milton McColl, MD
    Stanford University School of Medicine

    Anh Tan, MD
    Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

    Stephen Vogel, MD
    Wake Forest School of Medicine of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

    Lydia Wong, MD
    Ohio State University College of Medicine

    Allison Xie, MD
    Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

    Sports Medicine Fellows

    Jacob Evans, DO
    Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine
    UCSF/Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency Program

    Richard Ross, MD
    University of Maryland School of Medicine
    Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals Emergency Medicine Residency Program

    Contact Us

    For more information about our residency and fellowship programs, call (408) 283-7767.