Salary & Benefits

We understand that for most applicants finding the right residency is dependent on non-quantifiable factors such as your "gut instincts," "feeling at home," the friendliness of the faculty and residents, the reputation of the residency, the quality of education and the flexibility of the curriculum.

At the same time salary and benefits as offered by the residency are not unimportant. We are happy to answer any questions you might have about these quantifiable benefits.

The Graduate Medical Education office maintains a comprehensive detailed list of up-to-date resident benefits and salary information.

Departmental Benefit Highlights

All residents have access to Case Western Reserve University facilities, including libraries and fitness facilities.

Employee Discount Program: University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center employees and residents are eligible for a number of discounts and perks in Cleveland, from cell phone plans, reduced rates on sports and concert tickets to discounted financing on home and auto leases. Employees also receive a 10 percent discount on cafeteria purchases by presenting their hospital photo. I.D. Discounts are also available on selected merchandise in the Atrium Gift Shop.

Fitness Center: Case Western Reserve University's on-site "ONE TO ONE Fitness Center" encompasses all aspects of health enhancement. Discounted memberships are available to employees and residents. Membership fees can be paid through payroll deduction. "ONE TO ONE Fitness Center" was recently voted best gym in Cleveland by Scene Magazine.

Payment for Professional Membership: The Urology Institute at University Hospitals will cover dues to the following:

Reimbursement for Travel Expenses: Coverage of travel expenses is granted by the discretion of the Residency Program Director based on the availability of funds, the costs for the effort, the location of the meeting or elective and the reason for the expense.

Infertility insurance: What coverage exists for physician trainees?

For physician trainees, infertility insurance coverage is not universal, policies are not transparent, and treatment for male factor infertility is often omitted. UH Urology staff members and residency graduate, Wade Muncey, contributed to a PubMed study that analyzed the insurance policies of 24 institutions for coverage of diagnosis and treatment, shared costs, and maximum lifetime coverage for infertility care.

Have Questions?

Call Milvonna Jones, Residency Program Coordinator, at 216-844-8570 or email

Learn more about UH Cleveland Medical Center’s Observation Program / Externships & Internships with UH Urology Institute.