Residency & Fellowship Programs

Resident Life Benefits and Housing

Salaries
Salaries for residents training at New York Presbyterian Hospital are revised periodically and are competitive with similar northeast programs.

Salaries 2013 - 2014:

1 $55,441
2 $58.333
3 $61,743
4 $63,648

photograph of pathology residents at new york presbyterian hospitalNew York Presbyterian Hospital provides house staff (residents and fellows) and their enrolled eligible dependents with hospital and medical insurance benefits, vision and dental plans. Long-term disability and professional liability insurance is provided at no charge to the house staff. Basic Life Insurance of $100,000 is also provided at no cost to the house staff employee. Dependent spending accounts and financial planning are also available. Detailed information on all benefits is available through the NYPH Graduate Medical Education Office at 212-305-6081 or at: https://e-net.nyp.org/gme/.

Vacation Time
Residents are provided with 4 weeks of vacation per year.

Departmental Benefits
Residents are provided with $500 each academic year towards the purchase of textbooks. Residents also receive an iPad and may apply their book fund towards the purchase of educational apps and electronic textbooks. In addition, the department will fund attendance at any meeting in which the resident is presenting.

Life in NYC
Living in New York City offers many opportunities for experiencing great food, art, theater, music, sports, and more. New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center is only 10-15 minutes away from midtown Manhattan by subway. Near the hospital is beautiful Fort Tyron Park within which is the Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Riverside Park, which stretches 4 miles along the Hudson River and offers tennis courts and biking paths, is accessible one block from the hospital.

Housing
Most residents chose to live in northern Manhattan, in the Upper West Side, or along the subway line. However, some may chose to live in New Jersey or Queens/Brooklyn. Rents vary depending on the neighborhood and size of the apartment, but can range from $1200 - $2500+ per month. A housing stipend of $3000 per academic year, is provided to residents to offset housing costs. In addition, housing located conveniently near the hospital is available through the New York Presbyterian Hospital Real Estate Department: http://www.nyphrealestate.com/

 
 
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