A House Officer may be dismissed or other adverse action may be taken for cause, including but not limited to:
- unsatisfactory academic or clinical performance;
- failure to comply with the policies, rules, and regulations of the House Officer Program or School of Medicine or other facilities where the House Officer is trained;
- revocation, expiration or suspension of license;
- violation of federal and/or state laws, regulations, or ordinances;
- acts of moral turpitude;
- conduct that is detrimental to patient care; and
- unprofessional conduct.
The House Officer Program may take any of the following adverse actions:
- issue a warning or reprimand;
- impose terms of remediation or a requirement for additional training, consultation or treatment;
- institute, continue, or modify an existing summary suspension of a House Officer's appointment;
- terminate, limit or suspend a House Officer's appointment or privileges;
- non-renewal of a House Officer's appointment;
- dismiss a House Officer from the House Officer Program;
- any other action that the House Officer Program deems is appropriate under the circumstances.