Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Benefits

Salary for Civilian Residents (FY 2021-2022)

  • R1 (PGY1) - $58,365
  • R2 (PGY2) - $59.966
  • R3 (PGY3) - $61,485
  • R4 (PGY4) - $62,962

Standard military compensation for rank and longevity.

Health, Dental, and Life Insurance for Civilian Residents

Insurance, including health, dental, and life are proved by Premier Health and details can be requested from Medical Education.

Vacations

  • R1 – Three weeks
  • R2 – Three weeks
  • R3 – Three weeks
  • R4 – Three weeks

Meetings

  • Expenses for national meetings may be paid for those residents presenting papers.
  • First-year residents completing Step 3 are not required to use vacation or half-day leave time
  • First-year residents are allocated three days per contract year to attend continuing medical education meetings.
  • Second-year residents receive five days per contract year to attend medical meetings.
  • Third-year residents have seven days per contract year to attend medical meetings.
  • Fourth-year residents have seven days per contract year to attend an approved comprehensive obstetrics and gynecology review course. Attendance is mandatory.
  • Each resident is entitled to a paid half-day (up to 5 hours) per rotation block for personal appointments such as eye, dental, physical, PT test, etc. 

NOTE: Residents sponsored by the Air Force will be funded from TDY funds when available from the USAF Medical Center, Wright-Patterson.

Other Information

  • Lab coats are provided by Medical Education
  • Free parking
  • Free gym access
  • Meal stipend
  • Civilian residents receive $1000 per year towards academic purchases (study materials, textbooks, laptop, Step 3 exam fees, permanent license fees, etc.)
  • Military residents receive $500 towards board review as a one-time reimbursement (this is a one-time reimbursement for the entirety of residency)

While at Miami Valley Hospital, please note the following:

  • Miami Valley Hospital is a smoke-free environment; smoking is not permitted in or outside the hospital confines.
  • An annual history and physical examination must be completed, including appropriate lab work, drug screen and TB testing.
  • Evidence of employability (social security number) must be provided.
  • Residents should acquire state licensure upon eligibility. Military residents MUST obtain a license by the end of their second year.
Last edited on 09/25/2020.