Pay and Benefits for Family Medicine Residents
The terms and conditions of resident training and employment are specified in the employment agreement (resident contract), including training obligations, stipend and benefits. Copies of the employment agreement, yearly rotation schedule, call schedules and other information are provided at the interview.
- PGY1: $51,145
- PGY2: $53,145
- PGY3: $55,356
- PGY4 (chief resident): $64,455
All residents (and their families at minimal cost) are offered individual health insurance including medical, dental, vision, and prescription coverage, under the Scripps Medical Insurance Plan. Residents may participate in the Scripps Wellness Program.
Four weeks per year (20 working days) for all residents. Up to 10 additional days for PTO (medical leave, family emergencies).
All residents have a 10 day bank that is used for sick leave as well as holidays recognized by Scripps when residents may not be scheduled to work (i.e. Christmas, New Years, Thanksgiving, etc.) depending on their call schedule.
All residents in graduate medical education programs in the state of California must possess a California license prior to the end of their PGY-2 year. First year residents (PGY-1) are not eligible for licensure in the state of California.
Professional liability coverage
Professional liability coverage is provided by Scripps to all Scripps Mercy Hospital and Scripps Mercy Hospital, Chula Vista residents for claims that arise out of the performance of their duties as Scripps employees.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides confidential, free, short-term professional counseling for employees and family members.
Free physician parking is available.
Residents receive a meal card for $30.00 per week, upon completion of medical records, with additional meals during Friday and weekend coverage.