Salary and Benefits
Effective July 1, 2016, annual resident salaries are as follows:
In addition, Florida has a relatively low cost of living and there is no state income tax. Benefits include health and life insurance (optional family coverage), disability, and malpractice coverage.
Additional funds provided by the department include:
PGY-2 through PGY-5 residents are eligible to receive a reimbursement of up to $500 for education-related materials/resources and expenses.
- Up to $999.00 reimbursement toward your ABR fee.
- Up to $999.00 reimbursement toward your Florida Medical License (only if application submitted before the end of your PGY-2 year).
- Up to $999.00 reimbursement toward your USMLE Step III (only if taken by the end of your PGY-2 year).
- Those registered to attend the AIRP course in Washington, D.C. are eligible to receive up to $2,500 as a housing stipend.
- The department will reimburse reasonable expenses that have a valid business purpose related to resident participation in regional and national radiology committees (e.g. FRS or ACR).
- The department will cover expenses related to resident attendance at one physics review course and one diagnostic radiology review course for board preparation during residency training.
Each year, all residents and fellows receive three weeks of vacation time and one week of sick leave. The department also provides PGY-2 and PGY-5 residents with one educational week.
For a complete list of benefits, please visit the Resident Pay & Benefits page on the Office of Graduate Medical Education website.