Residents stipend schedule for 2019-2020
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All house staff are provided four calendar weeks paid vacation per year.
For major medical and dental insurance, premiums are made by payroll deduction for either HMO or PPO plans. The cost is substantially underwritten with coverage for the resident and family available. Medications can be purchased from the hospital pharmacy at cost.
Life and disability insurance is available for up to $1.5 million of coverage. This insurance may be extended to cover family members.
Complete malpractice protection in excess of $1,000,000 per occurrence is provided at no cost to the resident.
Training Missouri licensure is also provided if needed.
Meal, Supplies and Parking Stipends
On-Call Meals: Residents always receive a discount in the cafeteria. At the beginning of each two-week pay period, residents receive a meal ticket per night On-Call for the month. (Overnight shifts in the EM are not considered On-Call for the purpose of receiving meal tickets.)
Lab coats are provided to the resident at no cost, up to four per year.
Residents have free access to several open and covered lots on the campus.
Professional Societies and Conferences Society Membership:
Residents are encouraged to participate in professional medicine societies. Residents receive a four year paid ACEP/EMRA membership.
Travel to Conferences:
The residency program pays the travel expenses of residents who are traveling to a conference to present research results or who are traveling in an official capacity to represent the residency (e.g. travel for the SAEM residency representative to the regional and national SAEM meeting is paid for).
More About Graduate Medicine Education
Graduate Medicine Educuation Website (ACGME)
For Residency / Fellowship Verification, contact:
Barnes-Jewish Hospital GME Office at 314-362-1935
BJH /SLCH Graduate Medical Education Consortium