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Emergency Medicine Resident Salary and Benefits

Florida Atlantic University’s Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine offers a competitive benefits package to its residents.

Emergency Medicine Resident Performing Simulation Training
Emergency Medicine residents performing field training

Salaries

  • Post Graduate Year 1 - $54,600
  • Post Graduate Year 2 - $56,400
  • Post Graduate Year 3 - $58,300

Benefits

  • Educational stipend: $1,200 per year
  • Training licensure: $200 onetime benefit
  • Residents receive 4 weeks of paid vacation
  • Resident meal credits up to $15 per day at each hospital
  • Residents are provided with an iPhone and service plan (paid by FAU)
  • Free onsite parking is available at all facilities
  • Life, disability and malpractice insurance is covered by FAU
  • Lab coats provided by FAU
  • Membership to ACEP/EMRA and AAE
  • Subscription to Rosh Review, and PEER IX, HIPPO EM, and EM Sono
  • Resident national abstract presentations paid and supported by FAU
  • ATLS, ACLS, BLS, and PALS certifications
  • PGY-3 ACEP Scientific Assembly Trip


Last Modified 10/4/22