2021 Stipend Rates
First year: $58,642
Second year: $60,447
Third year: $62,500
The following is a list of benefits for the eight University of Minnesota family medicine residency programs.
Duluth, Methodist, and St. Cloud benefits may vary. Contact the program directly for specifics.
INSURANCE AND HEALTH COVERAGE
For more information, please see University of Minnesota Office of Student Health Benefits.
- Health insurance
- Flexible spending account
- Life insurance
- Disability (short- and long-term)
- Malpractice insurance
PAID TIME OFF (PTO) AND LEAVES
- Paid time off (PTO)
Twenty-one days per contract year. These days are designed to cover vacations, unexpected absences such as health leave, funeral/bereavement leave, and practice search.
- Parental leave
Six weeks paid parental leave (may vary per program).
- Miscellaneous leave
Extended periods of leave available at program director’s discretion. Any leave may extend residency and postpone board eligibility.
Residents are eligible to enroll in two plans:
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
Business expense allocation
- Up to $1,000 reimbursement per year for conference expenses, medical association memberships, web-based courses, clinical textbooks and medical journals, and educational or clinical software.
Continuing medical education
- Three to five days per year at program director’s discretion
- Reimbursement for the USMLE Step 3 or COMLEX-USA Level 3 exams if taken during residency
Department grand rounds
- Topics of relevance to family medicine presented in an academic context
- View our grand rounds schedule
Life support courses
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- Basic Life Support
- Neonatal Resuscitation
- Two- to six-week elective—may be taken by residents who have a child born or adopted during residency
- We sponsor a variety of hands-on, one- to two-day programmatic courses. Topics include obstetrics, sports medicine, leadership and finance, sexual medicine, and more. Some are required for residents to take and others are optional.
- Elective curricular experience where residents participate in international experience
Fellowship opportunities after residency
- Sports medicine, hospice and palliative medicine, geriatrics, addiction medicine, wound medicine, sleep medicine, clinical informatics training in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area
- Obstetrics (Duluth) and geriatrics (Rochester) training in Greater Minnesota
- Fogarty Global Health Fellowship
Faculty development programs
Residents who join our faculty after residency can benefit from the following training programs:
RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP
- Top National Institutes of Health-funded family medicine department
- Member of Family Physicians Inquiries Network Consortium
- Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians grants: Innovation Grants for Residents ($1,000) and Resident Research Grants ($3,000)
- Evaluation and Statistics Hub developed by our research staff
- Access to the University of Minnesota's Medical Education Outcomes Center (MEOC)
- Learn more about our research area
RESIDENT WELL-BEING RESOURCES
PRACTICE-RELATED BENEFITS AND REIMBURSEMENTS
- Fee reimbursed during residency
- Permit and licensure application fee paid during residency
- $1,000 paid for relocation expenses
- Lab coats provided
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA PERKS
A U Card is required to access some of these benefits. It is your official University of Minnesota ID.
- University Recreation and Wellness Center at student membership rates
Resource for global information, innovation, and collaboration
- Global Programs and Strategy Alliance is the central international office and resource for travel abroad
- Receive discounted tickets for some University of Minnesota sports, theater, and cultural events
LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAMS
Eligibility while in residency is contingent on state funding and clinic location.
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