* For specific details on benefit options contact the Lifespan Benefits office 401-444-5265

Other Benefits

  • On-call meals
  • On-call rooms
  • Lab coats and laundry
  • Banking facility and ATM Machine on premises
  • Payroll deductions for U.S. Savings bonds
  • Direct deposit to any bank
  • House officer loan program
  • Free employee parking
  • Courtesy shuttle service to the parking lots
  • Temporary Disability/Temporary Caregiver Insurance (TDI/TCI)
  • Employee assistance program
  • Employee activities and discount programs
  • Free notary public (Our Program Manager, Dennisse, is a notary!)
  • Employee health services
  • Taxi Voucher Program


Professional support

The Pediatric Residency Program has many professional support resources including the following:

  • Paid AAP membership for all residents
  • Access to PREP board review questions and the NEJM Knowledge+ board review questions for all residents across all years
  • Pediatrics and Pediatrics in Review jounals delivered to resident mailboxes
  • Book money support that residents typically use to pay for USMLE step exam fees, preparation books, or pediatric textbooks
  • Access to Brown’s full library resources including free access to uptodate, lexicomp, and most journal articles (if not immediately accessible, may be requested free of charge)
  • Annual stipend to present academic work at regional and national conferences
  • Therapy support: All incoming interns are provided a therapist. The Residency pays for the 1st visit. After the first visit and if the resident continues, the resident’s insurance is then used.

employment policies

Lifespan has taken, and will continue to take, affirmative action to ensure that all employees and applicants for employment and transfer/promotion at all Lifespan affiliates, are treated without regard to their race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identification or expression, national origin, age, disability or veteran status. Lifespan is committed to make employment decisions based on valid, job-related criteria and to recruit and select qualified applicants on the basis of education, skill, experience and ability.

Every day, our hospitals treat patients suffering from the health effects of smoking. In January 2012, Lifespan Hospitals implemented a hiring policy and practice that prohibits hiring anyone who uses tobacco products.