Benefits and Compensation
As of 2020, Northwell is currently providing the following salaries to residents:
In addition, the organization also offers comprehensive health and welfare benefits for you and your dependents, including:
Short- and long-term disability
Retirement: All residents and fellows are eligible for a 403(b)-retirement savings account, that allows you to save money pre-tax.
Vacation: 20 days of paid time off per contract year.
Uniforms/Swag: we provide scrubs and white coats, as well as one swag item such as fleece or sweatshirt
Meal Allowance: approximately $200 is added per paycheck to supplement food expenses.
Academic Stipend: $1000 per resident for expenses related to any reasonable academic mission. Most commonly, residents use these funds to offset the cost of Step 3.
Subscriptions: ACEP membership; EMRA membership; EMRAP; and Rosh Review Question Bank are all paid for by the residency
PGY-1 Summer Conference: Every incoming PGY-1 class will be financially supported to attend the annual NYACEP Conference at the Sagamore Resort in Lake George. This is really a nice summer getaway at a beautiful resort, and serves as a great opportunity to meet new interns from across the region, spend quality time with your own classmates, and learn a few academic things along the way.
PGY-3 ACEP Conference: We will fund attendance for all PGY-3 residents to national ACEP conference, held annually in October. Past locations have included Boston, Washington DC, Dallas, Las Vegas, Seattle, and San Diego.
Support to attend conferences: at any time throughout residency training, if any scholarly activity is accepted for presentation to a national or regional conference, the residency program will fund and support your attendance.