Evaluation, Salary and Benefits - Nuclear Medicine Residency
Evaluation and Feedback
Written feedback from the faculty and proven case performance are supplied to the residents during personal semiannual meetings with the Program Director. Residents are required to take the American Board of Nuclear Medicine In-Service Training Examination yearly. Anonymous written feedback on the program and the faculty is solicited from the residents semi-annually.
Salary, Benefits and Vacation
Residents in all University of Maryland programs receive a standard stipend based on their post graduate year and a standard set of benefits. Read more details on the GME site.
In addition to an annual education fund, the program also pays residents’ final ABNM board examination fee which is currently $2,900.
Detailed information about benefits and requirements associated with fellowship at UMMC is available through the Office of Graduate Medical Education.