Residents in the Internal Medicine Residency Program and the Primary Care and Social Internal Medicine Track are eligible for the same salary and benefits.
Chief Resident Differential: $4,000
Meals and Uniforms
House officers receive allowance for meals at $15.75 a day for six days weekly. In addition, the Department of Medicine provides breakfast and lunch weekdays at both campuses.
White coats are provided. Scrubs are not routinely provided.
House officers receive 4 weeks of vacation each year.
Short-Term Disability: 2/3 of annual salary up to $1,300 per week.
Long-Term Disability: 60% of annual salary up to $2,000 per month to age 70.
Wellness/Self Care Time
The Internal Medicine Residency Program cares about residents’ physical and mental health. Housestaff are given four personal half-day “wellness days” over the course of the year. The purpose of this wellness time is to allow housestaff to schedule self-care/health maintenance activities such as medical, dental, vision, and mental health visits, or any activity that contributes to residents’ physical and/or mental well-being. The time is given independently of residents’ allotted vacation and sick days each year.
Efficiency, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom apartments can be rented at moderate rates in a modern apartment building adjacent to the Moses Campus. Another apartment house in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, 15 minutes from the Moses Campus, is also available for house staff. A shuttle service to and from this area is provided by the hospital. Housing is limited and usually awarded to about a third of Residents who apply. The Housestaff Office maintains a list of additional housing options in the Montefiore neighborhood. See Resident Life for more information.
Malpractice insurance coverage is provided by Montefiore Medical Center.
A flexible Employee Choice Program gives you the opportunity to tailor benefits to your needs as well as those of your family. Includes hospitalization, surgical, major medical and prescription drugs. There are two plan options plus a selection of 5 HMOs or waive coverage.
There are three plan options from which to choose, including orthodontia in two plans and a dental maintenance organization.
- Employee Life Insurance
Basic Life = 1x base pay (cap $250,000) or a flat $50,000. Supplemental Life = 7 options with coverage ranging from 1x base pay to 7x base pay (cap $750,000).
- Accidental Death and Dismemberment
Basic AD&D = 1x base pay (cap $250,000). Supplemental AD&D = 7 options with coverage ranging from 1x base pay to 7x base pay (cap $750,000). Matching employee life insurance benefit to a maximum of 2 x pay or $100,000.
- Dependent Life Insurance
There are two options - $10,000/$5,000 or $20,000/$10,000 - or waive coverage.
Various option offering daily benefits for nursing home care and adult day care.
Optical Plan and Hearing Aid Program
After 1 year of service.
Disability: 2/3 of annual salary up to $1,300 per week.
Disability: 60% of annual salary up to $2,000 per month to age 70 or five
years, whichever is less.
Health care and dependent care reimbursement account.
Voluntary Annuity (PVA)
Participation in this voluntary tax-deferred annuity program through salary reduction allows you to defer a portion of your pre-tax earnings. Taxes are deferred until withdrawal. Default to 3% deduction if not elected or waived.
House officers receive a $500/year stipend for educational purposes.
House officers receive a $500/year stipend for presenting their scholarly work at regional and national conferences.