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Salary & Benefits

Salary (Effective Academic Year 2023-2024)

  • PGY 1 - $59,924
  • PGY 2 - $62,207
  • PGY 3 - $64,490
  • Chief Resident Stipend - $2,000

CME Allowance

  • PGY 1- up to $1,000
  • PGY 2- up to $1,500
  • PGY 3- up to $2,000

Licensure, National Board Exam (COMLEX Level 3 or USMLE Step 3)

  • Residents are reimbursed for the costs of the application and activation fees for Florida state medical licensure training permit (required of each resident to begin training)
  • Residents are reimbursed for the testing fee and cost of one board examination – either the COMLEX Level 3 or the USMLE Step 3 (required for each resident to be promoted to PGY-3)

Membership Dues

  • AAFP or AOAFP and FAFP or FOAFP resident membership

Employee Benefits

  • Health insurance, dental insurance, and vision insurance are available to the resident and family for a subsidized, low monthly cost
  • Health Savings Account
    • Evara Health will make a $1,000 contribution to your HSA. $500 will be deposited during the 1st quarter of the year and $500 will be tied to wellness
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Life and AD & D insurance of $15,000 at no cost to you, additional insurance is available for purchase on yourself, your spouse, and your child(ren) on a voluntary basis
  • Voluntary Short-term and Long-term Disability insurance

Cell Phone Allowance

  • $1,200 annually

Company Laptop for use during Residency

Professional Liability Insurance

  • Covered under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) for activities related to residency program assignments only

403 (b)

  • Employee can start deferring at any time; Evara Health contributes 4% of gross pay per pay period after 1 year of employment

Vacation, CME, Holidays (Paid Time Off – PTO)

  • Vacation – up to 20 days of vacation per year.
  • Continuing Medical Education Days – up to five per academic year
  • 10 paid holidays per year
  • Un-used days at the end of each year do not roll over to the next year

Leave of Absence (LOA)

  • In addition to above, six weeks of approved medical, parental, and caregiver leave(s) of absence for qualifying reasons that are consistent with applicable laws at least once and at any time during an ACGME-accredited program per academic year, starting the day the resident is required to report
  • LOA is paid only for the first six weeks of the first approved medical, parental, or caregiver leave(s) of absence taken.

Note: To be eligible to take the American Board of Family Medicine exam, the maximum time away from the residency for vacation, sickness or emergency leave is 20 workdays or 30 calendar days per academic year. (This does not include time considered as LOA) An additional week away from training is allowed for approved Continuing Medical Education.

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