Residency Compensation & Benefits

Financial support during residency

Compensation and Benefits for Residents

Your compensation package as a resident at Mount Auburn Hospital includes a competitive salary and benefits.

General Benefits

All residents have access to the following benefits:

  • Health, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance
  • Medical malpractice insurance
  • Monthly meal allowance
  • Three weeks vacation
  • On-call rooms and shower facilities
  • Discounted parking and public transportation
  • Discounted car and homeowner's insurance
  • Lactation Lounge for new mothers
  • Opportunity to experience working for a hospital that has been named a "Best Place to Work" by the Boston Business Journal

Harvard Resources

As a resident at Mount Auburn Hospital, you'll hold an appointment as a clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School. That means you'll have access to a wealth of resources:

Benefits by Program

Pharmacy Residency

Our pharmacy residents also have access to the following benefits:

  • Annual stipend of $48,360/year
  • Medical and dental insurance
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Discounted public transportation and/or parking
    • Residents are eligible for parking at the hospital at the current rate of $8.00 per week, subject to adjustment in accordance with hospital policy
  • Presentation and travel reimbursement
Podiatric Medicine & Surgical Residency

Podiatric medicine residents enjoy competitive compensation and a robust benefits package:

  • Competitive annual salary
    • Year one: $60,070
    • Year two: $62,524
    • Year three: $65,270
  • Discounted parking, medical, dental, vision, pet, auto and homeowners insurance
  • Three weeks vacation/year
  • Malpractice insurance, MA Limited License fees and ABFAS Board Qualification fees
  • Extensive online educational materials, including surgical textbooks, presentations, surgical videos and more
  • Annual ABFAS In-Training Examination
Radiology Residency
  • Salary is based on a standardized scale applied to all residents set forth by administration. The current AY23-24 PGY pay scale is below:
    • PGY-2 (RI): $73,775
    • PGY-3 (R2): $76,346
    • PGY-4 (R3): $79,920
    • PGY-5 (R4): $80,316
  • Internal moonlighting opportunities at an outpatient MRI facility for monitoring of contrast reactions are available beginning in the first year.
  • Residents are provided a generous annual educational stipend for use to attend conferences and education-related materials.
  • Third year residents attend the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP) 4-week course in Silver Spring, MD. Tuition and a housing stipend are provided.
  • Residents selected to present at scientific conferences are provided additional time off.
  • Two residents per year attend the American College of Radiology's Annual Meeting and Chapter Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. which focuses on healthcare policy.
  • Membership in the New England Roentgen Ray Society, the Radiological Society of North America, American College of Radiology, American Roentgen Ray Society, and Massachusetts Medical Society are provided.
  • New library textbooks are purchased annually, the collection is continually updated based on resident need.
  • Access to StatDx, RadPrimer, and eAnatomy.
  • Personalized lead aprons.
Internal Medicine Residency

Our internal medicine residents have access to the following benefits:

  • Resident membership in the Massachusetts Medical Society
  • Access to the New England Journal of Medicine and Journal Watch

If you’re a categorical internal medicine resident, you’ll also receive these benefits:

  • Associate membership in the American College of Physicians
  • Current edition of the Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program (MKSAP)

Our Residency Programs

Discover why the residency programs at Mount Auburn Hospital are an exceptional training experience.