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Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital offer a competitive salary and benefits package to its entire House Staff. Stipends are reviewed annually and recommendations are made by the Graduate Medical Education Committee. Details are available through the Graduate Medical Education Office, Aldrich Building, Rhode Island Hospital, (401) 444-8450.
*For specific details on benefit options contact the Lifespan Benefits office 401-444-5339.
All Medical residents receive a professional allowance of $250.00 during each of the three training years which can be used for books, medical equipment, test-prep materials, and conferences.
Residents who present their published papers or accepted abstracts at national meetings are supported for registration, travel and hotel for their role as the primary presenter.
Lifespan has taken, and will continue to take, affirmative action to ensure that all employees and applicants for employment and transfer/promotion at all Lifespan affiliates, are treated without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification or expression, national origin, age, disability or veteran status. Lifespan is committed to make employment decisions based on valid, job-related criteria and to recruit and select qualified applicants on the basis of education, skill, experience and ability.
“Every day, our hospitals treat patients suffering from the health effects of smoking. In January 2012, Lifespan Hospitals implemented a hiring policy and practice that prohibits hiring anyone who uses tobacco products. It is also hospital policy to require all new employees, including House Officers, to undergo and pass a pre-employment drug screening. The Hospital will make a determination of whether the information revealed by any required drug screening test renders the House Officer ineligible for acceptance into the training program.”