Program at a Glance2018-08-24T09:31:51+00:00

Dr. Wynn and residents

Program at a Glance

The UICOMP Family Medicine Residency combines the prestige and resources of the University of Illinois with the value of a public hospital. The Family Medicine program provides residents with ample patient opportunities, superior training, personal development and a sense of community.

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Prepared and Ready

Prepared and Ready

Family medicine is the broadest specialty in medicine. For residents to gain the experience needed, exposure matters. The UICOMP Family Medicine Residency is virtually unopposed, meaning more hands-on learning, greater access to patients and more procedures. Through rotations, residents gain a comprehensive training in diverse medical fields including pediatrics, surgical, behavioral health and more.


Competitive Compensation

The UICOMP Family Medicine Residency program offers generous salary and benefits. Paired with Central Illinois’ low cost of living, residents can experience a higher quality of life for less.

Salary Summary

2018-2019 Academic Year Salary

  • TL-1 $56,344
  • TL-2 $58,381
  • TL-3 $60,527

 

Benefits Summary

  • $10,000 sign-on bonus
  • Paid vacation (three weeks per year)
  • Free meals while on duty
  • Free lab coats and scrub suits
  • $1,200 annually for professional meetings or approved educational materials
  • $1,500 moving expense reimbursement
  • Free Wellness Fitness Center membership
  • On-campus day care center
  • Hospitalization, major medical and dental insurance for resident and eligible dependents
  • Family leave
  • License reimbursement
  • Social outings; quarterly retreats

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Trained to Sustain

Being a medical professional is more than a job. It’s a vocation. We recognize the realities of working in health care, which is why we train residents to care for their own health as actively as they do their patients’. Our faculty is personally committed to resident well-being. By equipping residents with tools, resources and support, we can preemptively address physician burnout and empower residents to lead successful and sustainable careers.