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Emergency Medicine-Internal Medicine Residency

Benefits

A generous benefit package is offered to residents, including life insurance, disability insurance, and Benefit Planners insurance as well as malpractice insurance, Worker's compensation, social security, employee counseling, and pharmacy/hospital discounts. Other benefits include: three weeks of paid vacation, twelve days of paid sick leave annually, reimbursement of the USMLE Step III fee with a mandatory passing grade, lab coat and scrubs, laundry for lab coats, meal tickets, call rooms, and partial moving expense reimbursement up to $1,000.

To view the full benefits document, visit the School of Medicine's GME website.

Resident Benefits

  • Reimbursement for moving expenses up to $1,000
  • Monogrammed lab coats and scrubs
  • One-time, $100 voucher given at beginning of residency for hospital uniforms
  • Educational stipend per year - $666.00 ($3,330 over five years of residency)
  • Educational materials pre-approved by Residency Director
  • Types of insurance coverage provided: personal/malpractice
  • Number of days vacation or personal days: 21 per year
  • Free parking, well-lit parking area
  • 401-K Matching Participation
  • Employee Health Services; pharmacy and hospital bill discounts
  • Choice of flexible benefits package for Health Insurance/Dependent Life Insurance with choice of additional packages (dental, disability, retirement)
  • Disability, Medical Liability, and Workers Compensation
  • Membership: ACEP, EMRA, SAEM
  • Membership: ABIM, American College of Physicians
  • STEP 3 USMLE examination fees reimbursement
  • $100.00 per year for books or journals through our medical bookstore from Internal Medicine
  • Access to Ovid and other resources through health sciences library
  • Online access to educational resources, including MD Consult, New England Journal of Medicine and Rosens.
  • Additional educational funding is available to PGY-2s and PGY-3s for poster or paper presentation expenses to approved local/state/national conferences
  • Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program (MKSAP). MKSAP is a self-study program on Internal Medicine topics used in preparing for the Certifying Examination in Internal Medicine
  • Access to MKSAP CD-ROM
  • Discounted movie and theme park tickets

ATLS, APLS Provider, ACLS Provider courses are provided at no cost to the resident.