During their first year of radiology residency, the residents will be measured for their personalized lead aprons as a welcoming gift from the program. The lead apron design and color is selected by each individual resident and is customized with the residents’ name, as shown below.
An iPad is issued to each resident. The iPad is provided as a resource for the residents to use during the course of their residency.
MedOne Radiology (all Thieme publications)
ClinicalKey (all Elsevier publications)
Core Physics Review
Hundreds of electronic textbooks
Desktop computer with a radiology specific digital library in the reading room.
(Library includes: lecture series videos, PDF textbooks, important/must-see articles, and an archive of resident Grand Rounds presentations.)
OSF HealthCare Benefits
Earned Time Off for the RSNA conference, resident golf outing, & the resident holiday party
All residents attend AIRP in Washington, D.C., during their residency. The institution pays for the tuition, and a stipend of up to $5,500 is available for housing while at AIRP.
Residents are also allowed to moonlight starting in their second year. Weeknights, residents cover for potential contrast reactions for CT and MR examinations at one of our outpatient imaging centers.
Other benefits that our program provides to our residents include: a $1,200 education reimbursement stipend per year and a week off to attend conferences. Approved resident presentations at a regional or national meeting will be fully funded by the department.