Benefits and Compensation
- PGY 1: $58,000
- PGY 2: $60,000
- PGY 3: $62,000
We offer residents several types of insurance, including:
- Professional liability/malpractice insurance coverage (provided through Catholic Health Partners Self-Insurance Fund)
- Medical, dental and prescription coverage (plans require minimal monthly contributions and co-pay)
- Disability core coverage for short and long-term disability
- Life/accidental death/dismemberment core coverage
Paid Time Off
- PGY 1: 19 days
- PGY 2: 19 days
- PGY 3: 23 days
- PGY 1: $800
- PGY 2: $1,200
- PGY 3: $1,200
- Meals: $500 annual meal stipend
- Parking: Free parking for residents
- Fitness facilities: Access to St. Rita’s fitness center
- Reimbursements: We offer reimbursement for training certificates, Part III Boards and DEA license
- Leave: We offer family, medical and maternity/paternity leave
- Two lab coats (ordered by program)
- Cellphone stipend
- Direct payroll deposit
- Worker’s compensation
- Occupational health services
- Employee Assistance Program/LifeMatters Program
Lifestyle in the Area
Situated just over an hour’s drive from Dayton, Toledo and Columbus, Lima is the principal city of Allen County. With a population of 106,000, it’s a comfortable and inviting community with excellent schools and affordable housing. You’ll find an abundance of classic charm, eclectic boutiques, an engaging arts scene and diverse dining. With the small-town community camaraderie, it won’t take long to feel at home here!
What to Expect
As a resident, you can expect work-life balance without sacrificing your education. We make the most of every learning opportunity. Our attendings teach and guide each resident to develop the skills necessary to become a future medical leader and excellent primary care physician.
The Family Medicine resident practice call schedule is managed by PGY 2 and PGY 3 residents. The residents will take call Monday to Monday except when on the inpatient and OB/GYN rotation. There is no overnight, in-house or inpatient call.
Average Hours a Week
Depending on the rotation, you can expect to work anywhere from 40 to 75 hours per week. The program is happy to support you in any way possible during your more challenging rotations.
View a complete list of our current residents here.