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Stipend and Benefits

Medical Physics resident speaks with a faculty member at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona.


The Medical Physics Residency pays a stipend of $69,774 for PGY-1 residents and $72,205 for PGY-2 residents. The stipend is paid to you in biweekly installments over the course of the 24 months. There are no tuition fees.


Other benefits, including health insurance, are offered. Details are provided after the initial application screening process.

The two-year program also includes travel, lodging, and registration for one national meeting in the second year, provided that the resident has completed the prerequisites of that module and obtained permission from the program director.

Living expenses

Living expenses such as transportation, housing, and meals are the responsibility of the student.