Location & Benefits
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Saint Louis University is a Jesuit, Catholic university ranked among the top research institutions in the nation. The University fosters the intellectual and
character development of 11,500 students on campuses in St. Louis and Madrid, Spain. Founded in 1818, it is the oldest university west of the Mississippi and the second oldest Jesuit university in the United States. Through teaching, research, health care and community service, Saint Louis University is the place where knowledge touches lives. At Saint Louis University Health Sciences Center, the School of Medicine is the Institutional Sponsor for all of Graduate Medical Education Training programs ).
The physicians being trained in our graduate medical educations programs are among this institutions' finest assets. At Saint Louis University Health Sciences Center we are engaged in the training of 500 residents, subspecialty residents, and fellows in 50 programs throughout our affiliated network of teaching hospitals and other partners.
Saint Louis combines the friendliness of the Midwest and the amenities of a modern city with an historic past. It is not easy in this space to choose even a beginning list of all St. Louis has to offer and do the city justice: Cardinals Baseball, The Symphony, Forest Park, The Arch, Rams Football, Italian Dining on the Hill, Missouri Wine Country and more. Please take a moment and visit the city web site and learn about our home.
I hope our residency program web page has given you some idea of our approach to training in child neurology and how we hope to combine faculty, patients and facilities to provide an excellent three years of training culminating in competent, caring child neurologists. Building on an over 20 year tradition of outstanding medical education in our department, we take pride in being a place where everybody teaches. We are proud of our graduates and I hope you will consider becoming one of them.
Saint Louis University Graduate Medical Education Benefits and Policies
At Saint Louis University Medical Center, the School of Medicine is the Institutional Sponsor for all Graduate Medical Education Training programs ( residencies, subspecialty residencies, and fellowships). Information concerning policies, programs and benefits can be found on the web site. These include but are not limited to:
|Medical Benefits||NIH Loan Repayment Program||Due Process|
|Life Insurance||SLU Resident Association||Ombudsman|
|Dental Plans||Dependant Care Plan||sample contract|
|Long term disability||GME Orientation||employee assistance|
|Sick Leave||Family Medicine Leave Act||leave of absence|
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