PGY-3/ (Chief), $68,047
PGY-4/ 1 st year Fellow, $66,440
PGY-4/ (Chief), $69,655
PGY-5/ 2nd year Fellow, $68,047
PGY-5/ (Chief), $71,262
PGY-6/ 3rd year Fellow, $69,655
Checks are issued bi-weekly and distributed through department offices. Direct deposit is offered allowing for immediate access to funds via electronic fund transfer.
A comprehensive insurance benefits program is provided to all members of the graduate staff and their families. Health Care Connection is a flexible benefits program, which gives you the ability to select your own benefits from a choice of three benefit plans. Each of the plans offers a medical plan, which includes hospitalization, major medical and prescription drug coverage. In addition, dental coverage, life insurance, short-term disability, long term disability and a health care spending account are provided. However, there are some medical/dental plans that require an employee contribution.
The NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens’ insurance program provides professional liability coverage to all members of the graduate staff. This insurance is limited to claims that occur as a result of the resident’s approved activities at NYP/Queens in connection with his or her residency-training file while employed at NYP/Queens.
Vacation: Four weeks.
Sick: Five days.
Meal Allowance: Meal cards and tokens are provided to members of the graduate staff when on-call.
On-Call Facilities: Newly renovated on-call rooms with showers are provided to graduate staff when on-call.
Housing: Subsidized housing is available for PGY 1s at a nearby complex. Rental fees are deducted monthly from your paycheck.
Uniforms: Uniforms are provided with laundry service.
The following benefits are offered to eligible employees of NewYork-Prebyterian/Queens beginning with the first day of the month if it coincides with date of hire, otherwise first day of the month following employment.
Employee, spouse and unmarried dependent children to age 19 will be covered. Unmarried dependent children will be covered to the age of 23, if the dependent is a full-time student in an accredited program.
Employees are offered the ability to choose a benefit plan which will best meet their needs. Our benefit program is called Benefits Link. Some medical/dental plans are provided at no cost. However, there are some medical/dental plans, which will require an employee contribution.
Attached is an outline of the benefit plans offered. You will receive a personalized enrollment form along with a booklet that describes each of the plans in detail within two weeks of your date of hire. You will have 45 days from your date of hire to make your selection via the Internet. If you do not make a selection you will be automatically enrolled in the Aetna Open Access Core POS Plan – single coverage.
All qualified Housestaff, who are full time employees are covered. Eligibility commences on the first day of benefits entitlement. Elimination period is 180 days for which you will receive salary continuation. Monthly disability benefit once collection starts is 60% of monthly salary to a maximum monthly benefit of $15,000.
All qualified Housestaff employees are covered. The face value of the policy is $100,000.
All employees are covered for absences and medical bills incurred due to a work-related illness or injury. Coverage includes medical bills from date of injury or illness; wages will be reimbursed at the rate of 2/3rds of any employee's salary to a maximum of $400.00 per week. NYP/Queens pays the employee full wages for the first five absent working days in a calendar week. This time is not deducted from an employee's sick time accrual. It is the responsibility of the employee to report all accidents on an Employee Injury Report.
The following benefits are available to all employees of NYP/Queens. Additional information may be obtained in the Human Resources Department.
For 2009 employees may shelter a maximum of $16,500 in a tax deferred annuity plan. If you are age 50 or more, you can contribute additional amount of $5,000 in excess of the above limit.
This means that you may have your salary reduced by a set amount each
pay period and deposited into the TDA plan. You are not taxed on
the money you have deducted from your check. After FICA is
deducted you will be taxed on the gross amount you have earned in that
pay period less the annuity contribution. As long as the money is
on deposit with the TDA you will pay no taxes on the principal or the
interest earned. Please contact the Pension Specialist for
withdrawal penalties and other rules or the carriers’
Aflac offers the following: Short term disability insurance, Personal Lifestyle Protector Cancer Plan, Personal Accident plan. To find out the cost of these plans please refer to the enrollment materials.
Long term care (LTC) is personal care or supervision needed by persons of all ages for an extended period of time. LTC can become necessary if you need assistance with some of the activities of daily livings, like eating or dressing. LTC insurance offers important coverage that is generally not available under your medical and long term disability benefits. It can help manage the expenses associated with a nursing home stay and home health care.
This coverage is available to eligible employees as well as eligible
dependents. Please refer to the enrollment materials for further
Employees may arrange to have money deducted from their paychecks and deposited with the Municipal Credit Union. As a credit union member you may take advantage of various loan programs, vacations and savings accounts, etc.
NOTE: Representatives from the Municipal Credit Union and TDA carriers are available once a month, in front of the cafeteria, to assist you. Dates and time are posted at the Bulletin Board by the Cafeteria.
Discount Coupons are available in the Human Resources Department for all employees.
Basic Life Insurance provided by the Medical Center
Option to buy Life Insurance for eligible dependents
Option to buy long term disability for eligible employees