Salary, Benefits and Support

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Additional Benefits

Our additional benefits include:
  • professional memberships: American College of Emergency Physicians, Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association, American Academy of Emergency Medicine, Society of Academic Emergency Medicine
  • University at Buffalo faculty benefits (including limited gym facility access)
  • paid attendance to American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly (during EM2 year)
  • annual difficult airway course
  • sponsored travel to conferences at which a resident is accepted to present
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) spending account
  • lab coats and monogrammed scrubs provided during orientation (two each)
  • helicopter air medical service (Mercy Flight of Western New York) integrated into EMS curriculum — flight shifts are not required. The resident functions independently as the Flight Physician, working in conjunction with the pilot and Flight Paramedic. In this unique role, the resident also provides on-scene medical direction.
  • comfortable cost of living in a major metropolitan area currently undergoing a vibrant revival