Resident Stipends as of July 1st, 2017
The Department of Radiology is delighted to extend a wide variety of benefits for our residents.
- Four weeks of vacation yearly
- Paid holidays
- Seven academic days for conferences or research oppertunities (in addition to vacation)
- Additional funded conferences upon approval and acceptance
- Chief residents have one funded conference week to attend the annual Association of University Radiologists (AUR)/Association of Program Directors in Radiology (APDR) meeting
- Access to wide variety of educational library resources, textbooks, and journals, including individual accounts to STATdx, RADPrimer, e-Anatomy, and BoardVitals
- American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) tuition and housing paid; all residents attend during their third year (R3) in Washington, D.C. for a four-week course
- Strong support for academic research and paper presentations
Graduate Medical Education Benefits
The Graduate Medical Education office maintains a comprehensive detailed list of up to date resident benefits. A brief list is included below:
- Medical insurance for resident and dependents
- Dental insurance for resident and dependents
- Vision care, including eye exams, frames, lenses and contacts
- Health care reimbursement accounts
- Dependent care reimbursement accounts
- Life insurance
- Long term care disability insurance
- Worker's compensation insurance
- Malpractice insurance
- 403(b) retirement plan with matching funds
- Maternity leave - Residents receive full pay for the first week following birth. Thereafter, if eligible, residents receive 60% of pay through short-term disability policy for up to five weeks.
- Paternity leave - Residents receive full pay for first week following birth. Thereafter, residents have option to use balance of their vacation time or go unpaid for up to five weeks.
- Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) - After twelve months of employment, the hospital's FMLA policy supports up to 12 work weeks of leave.