Benefits available to our residents include:

  • Three weeks of vacation per year and seven weeks of paid parental/caregiver leave.
  • Access to the NAEYC-accredited child development center for children
  • Subsidized parking on “D Deck" parking garage located immediately adjacent to VCU Medical Center
  • Dedicated inpatient NPs for floor coverage at both VCU and Central Virginia VA
  • An educational fund per resident of ~$1200 each year to be used on textbooks, conferences, etc.
  • ACS dues and an annual subscription to SCORE and TrueLearn
  • Funds to purchase surgical loupes.
  • Free group life and disability insurance for all housestaff.
  • Discounted access (~$18/mo) to the VCU recreational facilities, including:
  • Superb medical and dental insurance. Highlights include a maximum cost of $100 for any inpatient hospitalization (e.g. birth of a child at VCU Health), and a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) with $300 yearly roll-over credits after completing basic requirements such as completing a nutrition survey and seeing a PCP or eye doctor annually.

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Other Benefits Include

  • Eligible for VCU Retirement Plan with base contribution and matching options
  • Dedicated House Staff Lounge, call rooms
  • Yearly Educational Fund
  • Free set of surgical loupes
  • Discounted rate to VCU Recreational Facilities

For more information on available benefits and resources, please review the 2022 VCUHS Staff and Housestaff Guide and VCU GME Housestaff website.