Academic year 2016-17 salaries for those in the core residency program:
The department maintains an education fund, included in the salaries for PGY I-IV residents, to help offset the purchase of educational materials, including books and journals, certain educational technology costs, and attendance at regional or national meetings.
During the academic year 2016-17 the educational fund for each PGY I-IV resident is $1,400.
Residents are eligible to obtain personal and family health benefits at no cost through the Yale Health Plan, which provides care for students, employees, and faculty of Yale University. Other commercial health insurance plans are also available.
Disability Insurance Benefits
Disability benefits are provided for all residents at no charge.
The residency program will reimburse you for your Connecticut license in the PGY3 and 4 year.
Residents may take 4 weeks of paid vacation per a year.
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