The Graduate Medical Education Program at Sampson Regional Medical Center is an important part of our hospital's mission to provide quality services and improved access to care in the communities we serve. We've committed to becoming a training facility for medical students through a partnership with Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM). Training at SampsonRMC offers a unique opportunity for medical students and residents to learn rural medicine in a progressive, community-based medical facility and train alongside primary care physicians and specialists within the local community.
For more information about our Traditional Rotating Internship, Dermatology Residency, or Family Medicine Residency, contact Cheryl Barefoot or Brittney Gainey, Graduate Medical Education Coordinators.
Phone: 910-592-8511 ext. 5421 or 910-596-5421
We are pleased to offer competitive salaries and benefit packages. Salaries are paid equally across all programs and are adjusted based on program year.
PGY 1 $49,000
PGY 2 $50,000
Effective July 1, 2018 saleries will adjust to:
PGY 1 $52,000
PGY 2 $53,000
We offer group medical coverage administered by United Healthcare. Plans vary based on type of coverage (i.e. individual, parent/child, family plan), and deductible and copayment rates vary across the plan's 4 tiers. Plan options include a Health Savings (HSA) and Flexible Spending accounts.
Additional health benefit options include:
Related to Osteopathic Medicine & Academics
American Osteopathic Association
American College of Osteopathic Family Practice
DO - Online
Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)
Campbell University Jerry M. Wallace School of Osteopathic Medicine
Osteopathic Medical Network of Excellence in Education (OMNEE)
Related to the Local Community & Hospital
Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce
Sampson County Convention & Visitors Bureau
City of Clinton
Sampson County Local Government
Sampson County Economic Development Commission
Sampson County Arts Council
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