Benefits and Compensation

Insurance

Per hospital policy, insurance is available for all residents and dependents. We offer:

  • Health 
  • Dental 
  • Vision 
  • Prescription drug
  • Short term disability 
  • Long term disability
  • Life 
  • Optional supplemental insurance 
  • Professional liability 

Residents

Learn more about our current residents.

Lifestyle in the Area

Cincinnati was ranked the no. 1 Best Places to Live in Ohio, no. 10 Cheapest Places to Live and no. 39 Best Places to Live by US News and World Report. Cincinnati is proud of its German heritage and supports many local breweries. Residents benefit from a wealth of amenities, including museums, professional sports teams, and a wide selection of restaurants.

What to Expect

You will find the family medicine program director and faculty welcoming, supportive, and committed to your success. The program provides a comprehensive orientation to ensure you are ready to provide care in both the inpatient and outpatient setting. As a resident you will care for a diverse patient population including those who are socioeconomically vulnerable and underserved. The program brings a balance of clinical experiences and provides elective rotations to tailor your education. You will graduate competent and prepared to care for the community you choose to serve.

Call Schedule

Residents are not scheduled for overnight inpatient call (in-house call) within our current block schedule. We believe that taking in-house call can put an extra burden on residents, which ultimately may lead to burnout or medical errors. We will strive to keep in-house call at a minimum. For appropriate coverage, we utilize day and night float systems.

Average Hours a Week

We are committed to compliance with ACGME’s Clinical Experience and Education (formerly known as Duty Hours). We strive to offer an effective program structure that provides work-life balance while enabling residents to gain requisite education and clinical experiences, as well as reasonable opportunities for rest and personal activities. Clinical and educational work averages from approximately 60 to 80 hours per week depending on rotation schedule.