Salaries cap at PGY 7, except for Chief Residents, CCEP and Plastic Surgery Fellows at PGY8 level
BIDMC provides each trainee with an annual contract. This is signed by both the trainee and the program. These are two standard contracts that describe briefly the terms and conditions of the appointment, what the trainee can expect from the institution, and the expectations by the institution for the trainee.
BIDMC offers a broad-based benefits program for employees, with choice and flexibility to meet diverse needs.
Click HERE for addition details related to HR benefits.
Retirement Savings Plans: All GME trainees are automatically enrolled to receive a two percent employer contribution and also may elect to make voluntary pre-tax contributions through BIDMC's 401(k) and/or 403(b) savings plans.
Questions? Contact the Benefits Office at 888-402-1884 or BILHbenefits@sentinelgroup.com
BIDMC GME also offers a highly engaged trainee run wellness committee. Check our all their activities HERE.
BIDMC offers a variety of resources to support GME trainees and their families. All trainees in ACGME accredited programs are eligible for 12 weeks of fully paid leave for their own health, care of a family member, or parental/bonding leave (birth and non-birth parents). Additional resources include the following:
Care.com: Visit bilh.care.com to activate your Care@Work benefits, including:
Free care.com membership
Subsidized back-up care from vetted providers
Use Expert Assistance from a Care.com specialist to find care more efficiently for your family. Email email@example.com to get started.
Reserved childcare slots available at Longwood Medical Area Childcare Center
HMFP Child Family Newsletter: Stay informed of resources and tips with this newsletter through HMFP. Email HMFPbenefits@bidmc.harvard.edu to sign up
BIDMC's Office of Academic Careers and Faculty Development supports faculty in the Harvard Medical School promotion process, provide academic career counseling and advice.
BIDMC's Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (CDEI) partners with Harvard Medical School's Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership to offer lectures, programs and mentoring.
The Shapiro Simulation and Skills Center is a state-of-the-art facility offering the latest advances in medical and surgical simulation technology.
Housing Resources and Commuter Services
BIDMC Lease Guaranty Program: This program is designed to help trainees with the potentially high initial lease expenses that are often required in order to secure rental housing in Boston and the area. For an overview of the program click HERE and/or contact the GME Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional details about the program.
Taxi Vouchers: BIDMC residents and fellows are eligible to receive a taxi voucher for Boston Cab Company if s/he has worked an extended shift and feels it is unsafe to drive home, or a shift has required the trainee to leave the hospital during off hours or when it is unsafe to walk home.
For general questions for commuter resources contact: email@example.com