Massachusetts General Hospital is dedicated to providing premier benefits to our Internal Medicine Residency Program participants.

Each Massachusetts General Hospital internal medicine resident is appointed as a Resident in Medicine at Mass General and a Clinical Fellow in Medicine at Harvard Medical School, providing access to resources across both systems.

Professional Benefits and Resources

Employee Benefits

  • Medical, dental, vision and disability insurance offered by the hospital at a reduced rate
  • Malpractice insurance coverage by the hospital
  • Assistance in managing initial costs of rental housing (Mass General Brigham Lease Guaranty Program)
  • Subsidized parking and preferred access to selected parking facilities on the main campus or satellite facilities
  • Facilities for parking and storage of bicycles

More details about all of these benefits can be found on the Mass General Brigham GME website.

Mass General Residency Resources

  • Personalized white coat
  • Outpatient clinic business cards
  • Lunch every weekday at noon conference
  • 9:00 pm evening meals provided by the hospital
  • Meal cards for weekend and holiday on-call coverage
  • House staff intranet for residency-specific information.
  • SafeRide transportation program for those who commute by car
  • Department computer room 24 hours/7 days a week
  • Resident lounge 24 hours/7 days a week
  • Gender-specific on-call sleep rooms 24 hours/7 days a week
  • Internet from all hospital computers and VPN remote access

Educational and Professional Development Resources

Personal Benefits

Parental Leave Policy

The DOM is committed to a supportive environment for all parents, including developing a personalized parental leave plan for each resident, helping to arrange coverage for prenatal appointments and supporting residents who encounter intra- or postpartum complications. The DOM Residency follows the Partners GME Parental Leave Guidelines (PDF), which include 8 weeks of leave with salary continuance for the birth or adoption of a child, with ability to extend to 12 weeks by using vacation time. In addition, whenever possible, the DOM plans 4 weeks of a “soft landing” on ambulatory rotations or elective after leave ends to ease the transition. The DOM parental leave complies with the ABIM leave policies and extension of training is not required.