University of South Florida
College of Public Health
EOH: Occupational Medicine
13201 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.,
Tampa, FL 33612
Salary And Benefits
The University Of South Florida Morsani College Of Medicine and its affiliate hospitals provide competitive salaries and benefits for the southeastern United States based on the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Annual Survey. All residents enter the program as a PGY-2. Resident salaries are published each year on USF Graduate Medical Education (GME) site.
USFGME oversees all residency and fellowship programs at USF and has a wealth of information for incoming and current residents on their site. They prepare the House Officer Handbook to help you familiarize yourself with the benefits provided to you as a USF GME trainee. The Handbook also provides you with a comprehensive summary of policies, procedures and services available to you.
View the Handbook:
Please refer to the GME website for complete details of benefits, however below are some of the highlights:
- Health, Disability and Life Insurance
- Malpractice Self-Insurance
- Annual (15 days), Sick, Parental and Bereavement leave
- Temporary Employee Retirement Fund
- Holidays as recognized by the affiliated hospital in which they are assigned
- Resident Assistance Program (RAP)
In addition to the paid salary, all tuition and fees for the USF OMR MSPH program are paid for from our National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Sunshine Education Research Center (ERC) Grant. The Sunshine Education and Research Center is dedicated to training professionals on how to treat and prevent occupational illnesses, why illness occur in the workplace, and how to make the workplace a safer environment. An Interdisciplinary approach is taken when training these graduate students.