OB/GYN Residency Program

Salary & Benefits

There are plenty of perks to joining our team. Here's just a few of them.

 
PGY Year Salary Vacation Professional Meeting and Course Allowance Professional Allowance 
PGY1 $60,127 3 Weeks N/A

2 white coats

$50 towards OR shoes

Rosh Review

$200 book money over the course of PGY1 and 2

PGY2 $62,312 3 Weeks 1 week, $1500

1 white coat upon request

Rosh Review

$200 book money over the course of PGY1 and 2

PGY3 $65,514 3 Weeks 1 week, $1500

1 white coat upon request

Rosh Review

$200 book money

PGY4 $68,738 4 Weeks 1 week, $1500, plus ACOG annual clinical meeting

1 white coat upon request

Rosh Review

$500 per year

Benefits

  • Conference time: Residents are allowed to attend one conference per year for their PGY 2, 3 and 4 year and given a $1500 stipend for this.  All Chief Residents attend ACOG as a paid conference.  Presentations (poster or oral) at a major meeting are allowed as one additional conference.
  • Duty shoes: Interns receive one pair of duty shoes up to $50.
  • Meals: A meal stipend is provided for the on-call and night float residents. Meals are also provided at various didactic activities (Core lectures, Friday Noon Conference, Simulation days)
  • Exercise Room: Residents have access to the exercise room in the third floor physician lounge.
  • Parking: Parking is free in a badge-accessed lot just across the street from the hospital. 
  • Athletic Facilities: As a Brown student, residents are provided access to the University's recreational athletics facilities for a nominal fee. Information about purchasing memberships and guest passes for spouses, partners, and children is available from the athletics department.
  • Libraries: Brown students have a wealth of information at their disposal. These resources come in all shapes and forms – from traditional books and journals, to original manuscripts and photographs, to full-text databases (medical and others) and digital images. In addition, Women & Infants Hospital has a Library Services Department that provides access to books, journals, videos and online resources.
  • Reading Week: Graduating PG-4s have, by tradition, been extended the privilege of a reading week to prepare for the written ABOG examination. Reading week begins 7 days prior to the end of the contract year, which is generally the 23rd of June.
  • Insurance: Health insurance provided - several major medical plans with family coverage available. Dental coverage for residents. Professional liability insurance provided. Life and disability insurance provided.
  • Domestic Partner Benefits: Domestic partners who meet requirements are eligible for benefits.
  • Leave: Parental leave is allowed for up to six weeks per birth.
  • Outside Employment: Professional and patient care activities that are external to the educational program are called moonlighting. The program and institution do not require moonlighting as part of the resident’s training. Moonlighting is counted toward a resident’s duty hours.  No moonlighting is permitted without specific prospective, written permission by the program director.