Residency Salary and Benefits :: Nationwide Children's Hospital

Residency Salary and Benefits

Those selected for the residency program receive the following salary and benefits:

Salary Information

The following is a breakdown of resident salaries for 2011-2012:

PGY-1 $48,451.00
PGY-2 $50,149.00
PGY-3 $51,720.00
PGY-4 $53,514.00

PAID RELOCATION

A "matched student" who moves to Columbus, Ohio to begin residency will receive up to $3,000 to assist with relocation expenses

PAID TIME-OFF

21 Days Vacation yearly for all 4 years. 7 days conference time yearly during PGY-2, 3,& 4. Seven Days off to Interview during PGY-3 or 4 years

HOLIDAY BREAK

Additional time off for major holidays based on departmental holiday schedules

PAID MEDICAL LEAVE

36 days over 4 years for personal illness, family illness, bereavement, birth of a child, adoption

PAID PARKING FEES

Nationwide Children's Hospital & The Ohio State University

Academic Fund

  • $100 - PGY-1
  • $550 - PGY-2
  • $650 - PGY-3 & 4

Uses: Professional meetings, medical books, journals, software, professional memberships.

Meals & Beverages
Monthly Meal Allowance with additional "On-Call Meals" at Nationwide Children's Hospital. Coffee Service in Resident Center.

OSU Parking and Meals
All residents receive an OSU faculty parking pass, allowing access to aprking garages adjacent to the OSU Medical Center. Meal allowances are also provided for each block.

Phone Allowance
Residents are eligible for $200 (minus applicable income taxes) toward the purchase of a smartphone.  Details will be provided during orientation.

Lab Coats & Scrubs
2 Nationwide Children's Hospital lab coats; 2 OSU lab coats and 2 sets of scrubs for each Children's and OSU.

Sponsored Life Support Certs & Renewals
AAP's Neonatal Resuscitation Course, Basic Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Trauma Course.

Laundry and Dry Cleaning
The OSU Medical Center provides free laundry and dry cleaning to all house staff.

Sports Facilities
Ohio State has recently opened two of the best recreation facilities in the country, the Recreation and Physical Activity Center and a West Campus satellite facility, the Adventure Recreation Center.
 

Additional Benefits

PAID INSURANCE

Personal Malpractice (within confines of residency) Disability Insurance (during residency) Life Insurance (during residency)

SHARED PREMIUMS

Employee Health Benefit Plan (includes medical, dental, and vision)

FACULTY APPOINTMENT

OSU Faculty appointment entitles resident to faculty privileges at OSU facilities which includes the use of library copiers, athletic facilities, and golf course, and discount passes for OSU cultural events

BOOKS PROVIDED

AHA Handbook of Emergency Cardiac Care. Harriet Lane Handbook. Textbook of Neonatal Resuscitation and Pediatric Advanced Life Support

PAID LICENSES

Temporary, Permanent, & Renewal of Medical Licenses

MEMBERSHIPS

PAID AAP Membership & PREP Subscription
ACP Membership for Interns
National Med-Peds Residency Association

Resident Contract
Special circumstances for individual programs may result in some deviations in the contract. Please contact the individual Program Director or Karen E. Heiser, Ph.D., Vice-President of Children’s Institute for Pediatric Education, at (614) 722-4905 if you have questions. View Resident Contract

Nationwide Children's Hospital
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