We provide competitive salaries and generous benefit packages for our staff and employees. Our benefits include a meal stipend, and benefits on entertainment, sporting events, fitness and more.
As of July 1, 2020
- PGY-1: $70,876
- PGY-2: $73,711
- PGY-3: $76,660
- PGY-4: $79,726
- PGY-5: $82,915
- The Educational Supplement for all PGY-levels has been increased to $500 annually (from $400).
- Travel Matching Fund (for approved conferences): up to $500
- Rehab Department
- PGY2/3s will receive $700 per educational year. PGY4s will receive $1000. PGY1s will also receive a stipend.
Each resident receives 20 vacation days per academic year. Vacations are limited to one week (5 weekdays). Vacations longer than one week are limited to special circumstances and it requires approval.
Well-being and Wellness Days
Intent: The provision of wellness days is in keeping with the section on Well-Being found in the ACGME’s Common Program Requirements Section VI.
To allow residents and fellows to attend to their/family’s personal health and wellness, including medical, dental, and mental health appointments, annually (academic year) residents and fellows will be provided with four (4) wellness days in addition to other leave time (including sick and vacation leave). The four wellness days may be split into half days. This is provided and structured with the goal of minimizing disruptions to both patient care and training, while allowing residents and fellows sufficient protected time for appropriate personal health maintenance and wellness.
Click here for more information regarding wellness initiatives and resources by ISMMS.
"At the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, we provide our residents and fellows with a variety of career, service, and networking opportunities at our campuses in New York City. From orientation through graduation, we are committed to serving the entire student community with programs that foster educational and personal growth."
Click here for more information regarding activities sponsored by ISMMS.
Residents and fellows in accredited training programs at all PGY levels will receive an annual meal stipend of $720. These funds will be provided for use via swipe card to be used in The Mount Sinai Hospital cafeteria with 50 percent credited in July and 50 percent in January.
Mount Sinai offers resident housing based on a lottery system. Further information regarding locations and application process can be found here.
Mount Sinai Hospital offers employees discounts on entertainment, food, fitness, transit, shopping, and many other businesses. Visit their website for detailed offers.
Information regarding other policies and benefits can be found in the Mount Sinai Housestaff Manual here. Included on that page include resident/fellow recruitment info such as sample contracts and visa information.