CBFM Benefits and Compensations

Salary by Program Year








Each resident receives an educational stipend of $1,200 each year as well as a cell phone stipend of $75 per month ($900 total).

Retirement Plan

UIW offers a 403(b) Defined Contribution Plan to eligible employees. This retirement plan is administered by Teachers Insurance Annuity Association – College Retirement Equities Fund (TIAACREF). Employees may begin participating after one year of eligible service.

Enrollment in the program requires employees to contribute a minimum of 3% of their gross monthly salary and UIW will contribute an additional 7% of the gross monthly salary. UIW matching contributions are subject to change.

Click on the link below and refer to Section 5.5 for more info.


Starting the 2nd year of residency training, residents will become eligible for moonlighting upon approval by CBFM Program Director.


Residents who choose to do moonlighting will earn additional income ($100.00 per hr.), by utilizing Virtual Visits and providing care for the same patient demographics that they normally see in the Continuity Clinic.

Vacation Leave

15 Days

[Per Year]

*This is reevaluated each spring by the GMEC*

Sick Leave

10 Days

[Per Year]

*This is reevaluated each spring by the GMEC*

Bereavement Leave

Up to 3 Days

[Per Year]


5 Professional Development Paid Days

[Per Year]


Medical Leave

Family Leave

Military Leave

Other benefits

The mission of Employee Wellness is to promote health of spirit, mind, body across the UIW community, and nurture new models of and leaders in health and wellness.

The UIW Employee Wellness Committee was formed to serve the needs of all UIW staff, faculty and administrators. The employee wellness committee hosts events such as lunch and learns, cooking classes, seminars, classes, fairs, and brings resources available to all UIW employees. All events are open to all UIW employees, including employees from all UIW campuses and Brainpower Schools.

Health, Dental and Vision Coverage begins on the 1st day of the first full month of employment.

For a summary of plans and premiums, see the UIW Benefits Guide:

A TIGMER Resident or Fellow who wishes to seek confidential counseling services for themselves and/or immediate family have access to the Employee Assistance Program through LifeWorks – MetLife.

All interns and residents (house staff) in training are provided with professional liability (malpractice) insurance coverage for claims arising in the course of their training. “Moonlighting” is not covered.

Basic Life Insurance and Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) benefits are immediately available to all regular full-time employees. These benefits are paid in full by UIW.

Click on the link below and refer to Section 5.12 for more info.

Long Term Disability Insurance Long Term Disability benefits are available to all regular, full-time employees after one year of continuous full-time employment. Certain pre-existing conditions may limit or exclude coverage under the terms of the policy.

Click on the link below and refer to Section 5.11 for more info.