Resident Physician Benefits At-A-Glance 

The resident physician benefits provide a comprehensive array of benefits and services. These benefits represent several thousand dollars in addition to your regular income. This information serves to highlight these benefits and is not a statement of policy or contract. 

PGY1 Stipend

$58,505.85

PGY2 Stipend

$60,934.14

PGY3 Stipend

$63,268.80

Medical Benefits

  • Health coverage is effective first day of the month from 30 days of employment, at no additional cost for resident physicians. There are 3 HRA options or HSA. 
  • Dental coverage is an option for you and/or your family at a minimal expense of approximately $5 per pay period. 
  • Flexible Spending Accounts - Resident physicians may elect to participate in the flexible spending account program for health and dependent care expense reimbursement. 

Life Insurance

  • One time per salary. Additional optional life insurance coverage is available at the option and expense of the physician. 

Professional Liability

  • Employer covers the cost of the premium for malpractice insurance for employment-related services up to $1M/$3M per year. 

Paid Time Off- Combined Vacation And CME, Allowed Time Off

  • 20 days per year of vacation, sick and personal
  • CME funds are 1% of salary for PGY1, 2 and 3 
  • PGY2 and PGY3 residents receive an additional 5 days of CME (usually taken for exam prep and take days)
  • PGY3 residents receive an additional 5 days for interview time

Salary Benefits 

  • There are two co-chief positions available for PGY3 through an application and selection process with an additional stipend.
  • Meal cards - residents receive approximately $300 per year.
  • Lunch - the program sponsors at least one program meal per week more depending on activity.
  • Lab coats -  residents are given two new lab coats over the three years of training. 
  • The process group is offered 10 months per year by PGY level, at noontime, lunch provided with outside facilitation. 

Fees (Separate From CME Allowance)

  • The program pays for NH training license.
  • Membership to AAFP (American Academy of Family Physicians)
  • Member of AOA (American Osteopathic Association)
  • The program will pay 50% of the Family Medicine board exam if taken by April 30 in PGY3 year. 

Leadership Preventative Medicine Residency (LPMR)

  • Is an additional two-year program after PGY3 through an application with The Dartmouth Institute — Dartmouth College. 
  • If accepted, tuition, books, full salary and benefits are offered as a PGY4 and PGY5. 

The Learning Center

  • State licensed childcare program offered to Concord Hospital employees at their cost (infants through grade 3)

Employee Activity Committee (EAC)

  • Coordinates activities for Concord Hospital and their families such as events and trips.

Fitness Center

  • Newly renovated fitness center located on the Hospital campus. Free membership and open 24 hours per day. 

Employee Assitance Program

  • A program funded by Concord Hospital as a private resource for employees to help them manage their personal and work-related issues. 

Employee Health Services 

  • A program that supports a healthy work environment by focusing on employee health, safety and infection prevention. 

The Prescription Center

  • Located in the Memorial Medical Office Building. Provides discounts and delivery options.

Dry Cleaning 

  • Available for drop off and pick up on campus 

ATM

  • Located on campus

Parking

  • Free parking in physician labeled lots