Pay grades are readjusted annually. 2020–2021 salaries are:
|PG I (1st Year Resident): $62,000||PG V (2nd Year Fellow): $69,000|
|PG II (2nd Year Resident): $63,000||PG VI (3rd Year Fellow): $71,000|
|PG III (3rd Year Resident): $65,000||PG VII (4th Year Fellow): $74,000|
|PG IV (1st Year Fellow): $67,000||PG VIII (5th Year Fellow): $77,000|
Aurora Health Care provides professional liability insurance while you’re completing your residency or fellowship training program. During your first year as a trainee, or when you are not yet licensed to practice medicine in Wisconsin, you’re included in the professional liability insurance policy of the medical center.
When you’re a licensed trainee, professional liability coverage is provided by a policy purchased by the medical center. You’ll need to complete an application form to get this insurance coverage.
Full-time medical residents or fellows and their eligible dependents are qualified to participate in our medical and dental insurance plans. Eligible dependents may include a spouse, child, same gender domestic partner and child of same gender domestic partner.
We offer multiple plan options for both medical and dental. Coverage is effective the first day of employment.
Coverage is 1x your base salary, 100% employer paid.
Trainees receive 28 paid days (224 hours) each academic year for vacation, holidays and unplanned absence. Planned time off must be scheduled according to program policies and approved by the program director. Trainees can carry over a maximum of 40 hours of unused PTO at the end of the academic year.
In a time of loss, it is important that team members have time to attend to, and to grieve the loss of a loved one. Advocate Aurora Health provides eligible team members up to 5 workdays of time off with pay for Bereavement Leave for purposes of traveling or tending to personal business related to the death of a family member. Additional time off is available to support Child Bereavement Leave.
All leaves are granted in accordance with Aurora Health Care policies, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1992 and the Wisconsin Family and Medical Leave Act, along with the approval of the residency or fellowship program director.
Status of the trainee's education level and graduation date may be altered based on time away from the program.
Aurora Health Care pays the full cost of short-term and long-term disability plans. Trainees are eligible for coverage the first of the month following three full calendar months of employment.