What benefits are available to residents?
Residents are eligible for medical, dental, disability, life insurance and much more.
Will there be an opportunity to discuss my benefits options with a benefits expert?
Yes. During your orientation, you will have the opportunity to meet with Massachusetts General Hospital Human Resources representatives who will explain the medical and dental benefits, as well as the disability and life insurance programs. You may sign up during this time as well.
Is there housing assistance available to residents?
Yes. The Mass General Brigham Graduate Medical Education (GME) Office offers a Housing Exchange Database and a Lease Guarantee Program for residents and fellows.
Once you match to our program, we will keep you up-to-date with rentals available from our graduating CA-3’s, which tend to be affordable and in close proximity to the hospital.
Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. Please visit the Boston Housing Authority website for more information.
Are there childcare options available through Mass General Brigham?
What will my annual salary be?
The resident salary scale is based on your post-graduate year (PGY) level and can be found on the Mass General Brigham GME website. This salary scale applies to all residents across Mass General Brigham, including Mass General.
What are my commuting options if I do not live within walking distance of the hospital?
As a resident, you have two options which are subsidized by the hospital: you can drive or take public transportation. Each resident is eligible for either an assigned parking space within walking distance to the hospital, or a discounted T-Pass (Charlie Card) for unlimited train and bus rides. Fees are subject to change.
Will I have to sign an employment contract?
Yes. Each year, every resident will receive a contract and associated GME and departmental policies.
Does the program offer any financial assistance?
- Providing an educational allotment for books and other materials
- Supporting travel to national meetings as well as qualifying international travel
- Covering the expenses associated with the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA) PART I Board Exam
- Supplying a Zipcar to residents who do not have a car and are assigned to a rotation that is not accessible by hospital or public transportation
- Providing a meal card to assist with meals while on call
What additional expenses should I plan on that I would need to cover?
Residents are responsible for all expenses related to licensure and parking at outside institutions (i.e. Boston Children’s Hospital). Parking at Boston Children’s Hospital is currently $265 for the two-month rotation.