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Salaries (2023-2024)

The following trainee stipend schedule has been approved for the 2023-2024 academic year: 

PGY-1 $ 69,330
PGY-2 $ 71,888
PGY-3 $ 74,594
PGY-4 $ 77,920
PGY-5 $ 80,713

Paid Leave

Paid leave includes four weeks (20 calendar days) of vacation, personal or educational leave, and sick leave (maximum 12 days) with individual approval. House officers may use some of this time for paid maternity/paternity leave with approval of the training director. If other leave is required, the house officer will be required to make up the additional time in order to meet ACGME requirements


Residents have the choice of health insurance plans. Premium costs are shared between the University Hospital and the house officer for health coverage for the house officer and family. Group dental insurance for the house officer and family is available at a nominal charge per month. Group term life insurance in the amount of $25,000 at no charge. Additional life insurance up to a maximum of $350,000 may be purchased by the house officer. Malpractice insurance is provided by the hospital for professional activities that are an approved part of the training program and disability insurance with own-occupation clause in the amount of approximately $2,613 per month, with built-in cost-of-living rider. Basic policy paid by the hospital. Additional options may be purchased by the house officer.

Meals & Housing

Meals will be provided to an on-call house officer required to spend the night in any affiliated hospital as part of his/her training program. Overnight accommodations are available in the hospitals for house staff on-call. House and condominium costs are modest enough that many residents purchase their housing.

Other Benefits

Other benefits such as reduced tuition, bookstore and athletic event discounts, and uses of recreations facilities are available to all university employees. All residents have access to networked computers, medline and email. Recognizing that some residents may experience depression, anxiety, substance abuse or marital and family stress at some time during their training, the School of Medicine provides preventive, consultative and referral services. Many Department of Psychiatry residents take advantage of the opportunity for their own, individual psychotherapy.