Residency and Fellowship Programs
Salary and Benefits
The diagnostic radiology residency program is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and the American Board of Radiology. Our program consists of four years of diagnostic radiology, beginning at the PGY 2 level. Our program is designed to involve residents directly in image production, interpretation and patient care from the beginning of their training.
Residents are exposed to all subspecialties of diagnostic radiology within their four-year curriculum. During these years, it is expected that residents will grasp the basics of each subspecialty and will begin to integrate the multiple imaging disciplines early in their experience.
The Department of Radiology offers salary and benefits that are competitive with other teaching institutions in the Southeastern U.S.
The following outlines the 2010-11 house staff salary scale:
- PGY 2 – $46,026
- PGY 3 – $47,684
- PGY 4 – $48,581
- PGY 5 – $50,808
- PGY 6 – $52,827
Residents must also attend a six-week course at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, D.C., for which tuition – currently $1,500 – and lodging are provided.