Resident Salaries 2022-2023
Salary levels are established annually by the Graduate Medical Education Committee and are the same for all residents. Cost of living adjustments are made each year based on rate of inflation.
20 days vacation for R1s with 5 of those days assigned as the last week of internship.
20 days vacation for R2, R3 and R4’s.
Vacation time is pro-rated if a resident works less than full time.
Weekends are not counted as vacation days.
Vacation expires at the end of each training year.
- Categorical residents receive $1,000 over the course of residency education to purchase educational material.
- Residents in one year programs receive $ 500 over the course of their educational program year.
- PGY5 Fellows get $250 over the course of their educational program year.
USMLE Step III or COMLEX III exam
- Other certifications may be paid for depending on program
Insurance is provided through Providence Health and Services.
Three plans are available so that health/vision/dental insurance can be customized for resident and their family’s needs.
Basic Life and AD&D Insurance (2x salary) free to resident with additional coverage available for purchase
Long Term Disability free to resident with additional coverage available for purchase
Variety of retirement plans
Professional Liability Insurance
5 days per academic year, which may carry forward, but is not compensable at the end of your program.
Mental Health Resources
All residents, faculty, and staff have access to digital cognitive behavioral therapy services to support individual well-being.
$3,000 meal compensation per year at Sacred Heart Medical Center.
Free parking at hospitals/clinic
Two monogrammed white coats