Benefits

  • Free health, life, and AD&D insurance
  • Subsidized parking
  • Membership to AAPM&R society
  • $150 in academic book funds for PGY2 and PGY4, $250 for AAPM&R QBank
  • $2000 towards conferences
  • 15 work days (3 weeks) of paid vacation per academic year
  • 15 days of personal leave per academic year (sick days, conference, interviews, etc)

Salary

2019 - 2020 Stipends:

PGY 1: $58,276
PGY 2: $60,457
PGY 3: $62,092
PGY 4: $64,600
PGY 5: $67,750
PGY 6: $69,947
PGY 7: $72,306
PGY 8: $74,114

2020 - 2021 Stipends:

PGY 1: $60,024
PGY 2: $62,271
PGY 3: $63,955
PGY 4: $66,538
PGY 5: $69,783
PGY 6: $72,045
PGY 7: $74,475
PGY 8: $76,337

Professional Organizations

Among the professional organizations that residents may wish to join are the: Association of Academic Physiatrists, American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Physiatric Association of Spine, Sports and Occupational Rehabilitation, American Spinal Injury Association, American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Brain Injury Association or American Paraplegic Society.

Educational Meetings

Residents who have met the research requirements and who have had their abstract accepted at a professional meeting, (such as the AAPM&R, AAP, or ACRM) are reimbursed for the costs associated with their attendance at the meeting. Within the guidelines of the university, this includes airfare, registration, lodging and meals. Reimbursement details are reviewed with the residents prior to their conference registration. Residents are allowed educational leave days to attend educational conferences.