Resident Salary and Benefits
Salaries adjusted annually on July 1.
Comprehensive medical and dental insurance is available on a cost sharing basis.
Disability insurance and malpractice insurance are provided by Broadlawns at no cost to the resident.
Conference Time/Continuing Medical Education
First year residents receive four days of conference time annually; second and third year residents receive five days of conference time annually.
A conference allowance is provided for approved expenses; such as, USMLE or AOA board examinations, ABFM board certification, educational conferences, personal medical texts, etc.
Morning and noon didactics given by faculty, community physicians and visiting professors, along with extended 2hr hands on procedural lectures, providing essential knowledge related to Family Medicine and Primary Care.
Licensure and Professional Membership Fees
Broadlawns Medical Center pays for the resident medical license and state controlled substance registration. Permanent medical license fees are paid on a cost–sharing basis.
Membership to local, state medical associations and the American Academy of Family Physicians is paid by Broadlawns Medical Center.
Memberships to other national organizations are the individual’s responsibility.
Scrubs and labs coats are provided free of charge.
A one-time moving allowance of $1,350 is provided to cover any expenses incurred.
All residents receive a monthly housing stipend of $550 ($6,600 annually) whether you live on campus or off campus.
On Campus Housing
A limited number of on-site campus apartments are available, to which the resident pays an association fee. The resident housing complex offers either a one (1) bedroom or two (2) bedroom option.
- All utilities (water, gas & electricity) are covered.
- Internet and cable are the resident’s responsibility to pay.
- Pet friendly complex.
- Fenced in backyard.
While living in the on-site housing, a unique sense of belonging to a truly supportive community quickly develops among the residents and their families. Living on campus allows for easy access to the Family Health Center and campus and helps to achieve a desirable balance of family and professional responsibility.