The Baylor Affiliated Hospitals Residency Program provides the following benefits:
Professional meeting: Each house officer is provided the time and opportunity to attend a professional meeting every year. Residents in their Adult Neurology year may attend a local meeting, and second and third year Child Neurology residents may attend a five-day meeting within the United States. The time off provided for this activity is, of course, in addition to vacation time.
Free institutional permit: Although a Texas state medical license is not required for residency or fellowship training in Texas, those without a full medical license must obtain a Texas Physician In Training permit. The fee for training permits is reimbursed by the Department of Pediatrics.
Resident orientation, including:
Pediatric Advanced Life Support
Social functions: A variety of other social functions, including a welcome party for new residents, holiday parties, and a house staff graduation banquet are hosted by the department. Additionally, the house staff themselves arrange a variety of social events throughout the year. These include sporting events and competitions as well as holiday parties.
Resident's lounge: Texas Children's Hospital provides a lounge for residents. Amenities include a large screen television, a DVD player, multiple computer work stations, a full kitchen and exercise equipment.
Three weeks of paid vacation yearly
Professional liability insurance
Medical and dental insurance
Life insurance (1.5 times annual salary)