University of South Florida, College of Medicine, provided benefits and insurance programs are available to those appointed to programs at least one year in length.
USF College of Medicine offers many services to assist residents, fellows and their families during training.
College of Medicine Office for Diversity
For questions and comments regarding minority issues and community relations, contact (813) 974-4373.
Financial and Insurance Counseling
Advisers are available to help with personal financial questions.
Resident and Fellow Educational Stipends
2010-2011 Academic Year
|Graduate Level 1||$47,259|
|Graduate Level 2||$49,151|
|Graduate Level 3||$51,186|
|Graduate Level 4||$53,325|
|Graduate Level 5||$55,626|
|Graduate Level 6||$57,741|
|Graduate Level 7||$59,662|
|Graduate Level 8||$61,965|
|Graduate Level 9||$64,200|
|Graduate Level 10||$66,415|
**Effective July 21, 2010, annual compensation applies to USFGME residents and fellows but does not apply to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery OMS StipendsClinician-Investigator Trainee Stipend Progression
Trainees gain two additional years of stipend progression during this training. Your stipend will continue to progress during the clinician-investigator training program.