Please review the information from our Graduate Medical Education office regarding stipends and benefits
Henry Ford Radiology residents begin providing on-call services starting in March of their PGY-2 year. On-call shifts are classified as internal moonlighting and associated with competitive rates. Moonlighting responsibilities involve providing evening and weekend diagnostic imaging interpretation across multiple modalities, as well as contrast reaction coverage. Fellowship trained staff radiologists are present in house 24 hours a day to provide after hour coverage. Cross-sectional interventional procedure moonlighting is also available.
External moonlighting opportunities are available for PGY-5 residents. Residents provide diagnostic imaging interpretation at one of our high volume sister hospitals.
Residents are allowed 4 weeks of vacation each academic year.
Residents are allowed up to 5 academic days annually to be used to attend conference(s) as first author contributors. For each conference attended, the department will provide up to $1,500 for registration, travel, room and board.
Residents may attend a conference(s) without contributing research for up to 5 days at their own expense.
Professional development fund
Discretionary funds are available for residents which can be used to help defray costs associated with USMLE Step 3, books, board preparatory course or an iPad. The funding schedule is as follows:
Learn more about our professional development fund from the Office of Graduate Medical Education
All PGY-2 and above residents are provided with complimentary subscriptions to StatDx and RadPrimer qBank (value of $969/year).
American Institute of Radiologic Pathology (AIRP)
All PGY-4 residents will attend the 4 week AIRP course in Silver Springs, MD. Tuition, as well as room & board, are provided by the department’s professional development fund.
Residents enjoy a protected 30 minute lunch break following noon conference daily from 12:30 - 1:00 p.m. The resident lounge is equipped with coffee, personal lockers, computers, color printer, couches, and a large flat screen TV.