Resident life within the Department of Radiology is important. The department emphasizes a collegial atmosphere in which faculty and residents can work and socialize. Open-door policies are routine, and residents are empowered to share their opinions and ideas. This aspect of our department helps distinguish Montefiore Radiology as a desirable academic environment for residents, with an emphasis on work-life balance.
Caring and Collaborative
The culture of a department is equally as important as its academic achievements. In the Department of Radiology, we strongly believe that collaboration and teamwork build a welcoming and amiable work environment that helps us achieve the best patient care. Our residents develop strong relationships with faculty members, who care deeply about the residents' personal and professional growth. An annual summer picnic brings our families together in a fun and casual setting. Our graduation dinner allows faculty members and trainees to celebrate our shared successes. Recruitment dinners, division outings and department-sponsored happy-hour events also give our residents a chance to socialize outside of work.
A New York State of Mind
Living in and around New York City (NYC) can't be beat. Montefiore's Bronx campuses are conveniently located near several public transportation hubs and major highways, so getting to work from almost anywhere is easy. Most residents choose to live in Manhattan and find the daily subway commute quick, easy — and affordable. Many of our residents with families live in the nearby Riverdale section of the Bronx, a quiet and affordable residential neighborhood where Montefiore maintains staff housing and free shuttle transportation to the Moses Campus. Other residents live in Brooklyn, Queens, Yonkers, Westchester, Nassau County, New Jersey and southern Connecticut. Montefiore also offers staff residences adjacent to the Moses Campus.
- Summer BBQ for residents, faculty and family
- Recruitment dinners
- Department-sponsored happy hours
- Bronx and NYC social and charity events
- Informal division outings
- End-of-year dinner
- All that NYC has to offer — cultural events, museums, sports venues, theaters and restaurants
- The Moses Campus hospital is a 5-minute walk from the Number 4 train and a 10-minute walk from the D train, making it easy to live in either east or west Manhattan.
- The Number 4 train is a direct, express train in Manhattan, making it possible to live anywhere along the train route from downtown Brooklyn, Wall Street, Union Square or Grand Central to the Upper East Side.
- Most residents live in Manhattan.
- Riverdale is a nearby NYC neighborhood in close proximity; the hospital provides affordable housing, a daily shuttle and greater options for residents with families.
- On-site hospital housing is available, which for most is an affordable option.
- Hospital book fund: $500 per year
- Board review/conference fund: $1,200
- Daily meal stipend provided by the hospital
- Funded travel to national meetings for research presentations
- Optional, paid resident moonlighting
- Additional moonlighting opportunities covering evening and weekend physician assistant (PA) shifts