Integrated Residency in Emergency Medicine

Edward Fieg, D.O., Director

Salaries and Benefits for Residents

Stipends for 2013-2014

  • R-I - $50,086
  • R-II - $52,090
  • R-III - $53,290

Special Educational Events

Residents may receive educational leave to attend local, regional or national special courses that are consistent with career goals. The department will provide educational subsidy for a R-I of $250 per year, a R-II $750, and for a R-III an educational allowance of $1,000 plus one-half of registration fee for Ohio ACEP Board Review.

  • R-I: Three days & $250
  • R-II: One week & $750
  • R-III: One week & $1,000

The department will provide financial support to a resident should they present at a regional, national, or international symposium.

Medical References

Group purchases of texts reduce the out of pocket expense for educational materials utilized as resources during the course of residency training. Required texts may be purchased through the department for up to 50 percent off the list price.

Uniforms & Laundry

Two-quarter length lab coats will be provided and laundered. Two scrub tops will be provided.

Meals

On-duty meals are provided in the cafeteria for house staff.

Health Issues

  • Insurance plans to cover medical managed health care, dental, and vision coverage are available with the typical pre-existing condition clause waived.
  • Coverage is available for the medical residents and family members.
  • Annual health screening procedures are provided.
  • Short-term disability and long-term disability insurance policies are available.
  • The latter is an individual, non-cancelable policy with guaranteed conversion upon completion of the residency.
  • Pharmaceuticals are available with low co-pay.
  • Health club membership is available with low co-pay.
  • An employee assistance program offers free and confidential support for emotional, marital, family, financial, chemical dependency, and job stress problems.

Leave

Multiple policies for leave exist that are intended to maximize flexibility for the resident physician and his or her family. The leave policies are designed to accommodate specific needs, such as adoptive procedures, perinatal events, ill health, or death within the immediate family.

Vacation

Three weeks of vacation will be provided for all years.

Relocation Expenses

Reimbursement according to mileage.


In keeping with the organization's mission to "improve the quality of life of the people in the communities we serve", Kettering Health Network no longer hires new employees, or rehires former employees, who use tobacco or nicotine products in any form. The Tobacco-Free Campuses and Workplace policy does not allow for smoking during breaks, and requires that employees' clothes be free from odors connected with smoking.