What You Get

Learn more about program benefits and compensation.

Benefits & Salary

Benefits

  • Four weeks of paid vacation each year of training
  • Paid certification in ATLS, ACLS, PALS and NALS
  • Paid membership in EMRA, AAEM/RSA and SAEM
  • Personalized lab coats
  • Personalized embroidered scrubs
  • Comprehensive medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance coverage
  • Defined-contribution retirement savings plan (403b)
  • Occurrence-based liability insurance coverage
  • Free parking, free shuttle to the Metro, and preferred access to selected parking facilities at all training sites
  • Expense reimbursement for residents making scholarly presentations at any national or regional scientific meeting (eg, accepted abstract or poster presentation)
Other Financial BenefitsAnnual Coverage
Dining Allowance
(residents receive employee discount prices)
$1,242 per year at WHC plus $10 credit per night shift at GUH
Educational Funds Allowance
(for books, software, educational-related resources or devices, etc)
$833 per year from GME Office plus $250 per year from Department
Included National ConferencesSAEM (all interns) – up to $1,250 per resident
ACEP (all seniors) – up to $1,250 per resident
Travel Reimbursement to Present Scholarly WorksUp to $10,000 per resident during training
GME Resident Research GrantsUp to $10,000 per resident during training

Salary

YearSalary (as of July 1, 2014)
PGY1$51,610
PGY2$53,370
PGY3$55,700

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