• Compensation for the residency programs of Primary Care, Pediatric Optometry/Vision Therapy, Low Vision Rehabilitation, and Cornea and Contact Lenses is $51,230.
  • Specific information regarding the compensation for the Two Year Neuro-Ophthalmic Disease residency program can be found in the Neuro-Ophthalmic Disease section.
  • Benefits include basic and major medical insurance, malpractice liability insurance (for practice at all TEI locations and affiliated community-based activities), five paid vacation days and five paid conference days (ten days total), and twelve paid holidays on the University calendar. Funding to attend one academic meeting during the year is typically provided.