Civilian Stipends (2019-2020)
- R1: $60,585.47
- R2: $63,412.50
- R3: $66,239.53
- Residents at all levels of training receive three weeks (15 working days) annually as vacation.
- Residents at all levels will receive five working days as study time or conference time. If used as study time, residents are expected to follow study week policy.
- Civilian residents have an allowance up to $700 (R1-R2-R3). Unused funds cannot be forwarded into the new academic year. (Some of the uses: professional meetings; medical books, medical software, Step 3 study aids, stethoscope.)
- Military residents must arrange travel through the U.S. Air Force and the Department of Medical Education. Military residents will receive $200 academic fund.
- Each resident will receive a meal card for food. Lunch is provided at noon lectures.
- Professional liability ($1M per occurrence/$3M aggregate) while at Dayton Children's or Miami Valley Hospital
- Federal Tort Claims while at WPAFB
- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance available for civilian residents
- TriCare health benefits for military
- Long-term disability for civilian residents
- Life insurance for civilian residents
- Free parking
- One lab coat with medical school logo and embroidered name
- Residents are appointed as Junior Resident Instructors in the Boonshoft School of Medicine. This entitles the resident to a number of faculty privileges at the university, including use of the library and athletic facilities and a faculty discount at the bookstore.
Military residents also have the opportunity to become a teaching fellow through the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine
- Paid membership in the American Academy of Pediatrics
- On-site daycare center at Dayton Children's Hospital
Last edited on 01/09/2020.