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Details on compensation and benefits in the Family Medicine Residency program at IU Health Arnett.
a resident in the arnett family medicine program speaks with a patient in the clinic

Compensation and Benefits

To complement their exceptional training, residents at IU School of Medicine receive competitive benefits.

In addition, Arnett Family Medicine Residency trainees receive:

  • $5,000 education stipend in PGY1 year
  • $600 relocation reimbursement in PGY1 year
  • $300 technology reimbursement in PGY1 year
  • $1,600 Continuing Medical Education (CME) reimbursement in PGY1 year to be used for books, conferences, applications and memberships. 
  • $1,500 Continuing Medical Education (CME) reimbursement in PGY2 and PGY3 year to be used for books, conferences, applications and memberships.
  • $3,500 housing stipend each training year
  • $2,000 stipend for each Chief Resident
  • $1,500 for Chair of Community Advocacy and Outreach
  • $300/month meal plan during all 3 training years
  • Reimbursement for USMLE/COMLEX Step 3 registration fees
  • Reimbursement for ABFM certification exam fees
  • Laptop and iPhone provided by the program
  • 28 paid vacation/sick days in all PGY years
  • 5 days each training year for CME 
  • Malpractice insurance
  • AAFP, IAFP and AMA membership
  • BLS/ACLS, NRP, Advanced Life Support for Obstetrics (ALSO) and PALS courses
  • Housing provided while rotating at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis

Family Medicine Residency in Lafayette

Find out more about IU School of Medicine's Graduate Medical Education program, including stipends, benefits and policies.

Office of GME