As of July 1, 2017 the base salaries for the Orthopedic Surgery Residents are as follows:
- PGY-1: $55,566
- PGY-2: $57,408
- PGY-3: $59,663
- PGY-4: $62,018
- PGY-5: $64,556
Residents are paid bi-weekly for 26 pay periods per year and direct deposit of your paycheck is available. You will be given a County payroll calendar at Orientation.
Residents will receive the following benefits, subject to the same conditions applicable to Hospital exempt employees and the terms and conditions of the County of Riverside’s current benefit plans and/or policies. The benefits listed below may be modified unilaterally by RCRMC from time to time:
Health and Dental Insurance: RCRMC Human Resources will inform the Residents of various medical and dental insurance plans and options at the earliest opportunity so that residents may enroll early in an appropriate insurance plan. RCRMC will provide comprehensive health insurance at no charge to the resident. Residents wanting family coverage for medical insurance shall pay the difference between the premium for the family plan and the premium for the individual plan.
Disability insurance: RCRMC will provide long-term and short-term disability insurance to the resident
Life insurance: RCRMC will provide life insurance coverage to the resident.
Worker’s Compensation: RCRMC will provide Worker’s Compensation Insurance to the resident, consistent with RCRMC’s benefits program.
Vacation: Fifteen days of paid vacation per academic Year. Five days of paid conference time per academic year and holiday pay for all usual county holidays.
Counseling: Counseling services are available through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
Lab coats / scrub suits: Lab coats and scrub suits are provided at no cost to the resident.
Meals: Meals at no cost are provided to the resident in the RCRMC cafeteria while on call with a limit of $5 per meal.
Housing: Other than access to call rooms with toilet and shower facilities while on call, RCRMC does not provide housing.