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Medical and dental insurance Life and disability insurance Employee retirement plan Two white lab coats furnished by the hospital Meals provided when on duty at Abrazo Central Campus Stipend for meals while
on duty at local hospital rotations Call rooms with computer access
Vacation and leave
Three weeks vacation per year (21 working days)
Books, conferences & other education
First year: $600 allowance Second year: $800 allowance and 5 CME days Third year: $1000 allowance and 5 CME days Allowance can be used for related expenses including, without limitation: laptops, electronic tablets,website
subscriptions, books/ebooks, conferences and other self-education Up to a $1600 financial incentive to residents on track to take and pass the ABFM Certification exam in their PGY-3 year Full access to Midwestern University Library to include
apps like Up-To-Date, Dynamed, Sanford guide, Audio-Digest etc.
The Abrazo Family Medicine Residency Program covers the cost of the following training courses:
Basic Life Support (BLS) Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Fetal Strip Review Neonatal Resuscitation Program
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO)
Membership in AAFP & AzAFP
The Program encourages participation in the following professional societies and pays for the resident's membership in:
Abrazo Family Medicine Residency Program supports the following:
Participation in ongoing clinical research, poster presentations, didactic lectures, journal review and publications. Presentation at statewide Academic Excellence
Presentation at national conferences including the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) conference
Questions about the Abrazo Family Medicine Residency Program?
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