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Family Medicine Residency Program Director Opportunity in Abingdon, VA #3168

Location: Virginia
Duration: Not Specified
Job ID: 3168
Category: Family Medicine - No OB
Job Posted: 07/16/18

Family Medicine Residency Program Director Opportunity in Abingdon, VA #3168

Our client is seeking a Family Medicine Residency Program Director. The qualified candidate will be a highly valued physician leader whose primary responsibility is ensuring that residents receive the best possible training and education, accomplished through organizing, implementing, directing and evaluating all activities and components of the core program of responsibility.

A successful Program Director promotes a creative and productive teaching environment for both residents and medical students, and builds and manages a strong faculty to maximize program outcomes. Position is highly visible and responsible for the reputation of the program as well as for the effective and efficient development of residents and medical students. Acts as a resource and liaison between residents, faculty, health authorities, accrediting colleges and licensing bodies, as well as MSHA leadership, physicians and aligned external organizations. Acts as a leader in terms of human resource and financial responsibilities.
Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of life span professional growth and development and assesses data reflective of the faculty’s status. Interprets the appropriate information needed to identify each faculty members requirements relative to his or her age specific needs and provides mentoring and evaluation according to departmental policies and procedures.

SIGNIFICANT RESPONSIBILITIES:

Residents and Program:
• Ensures that the development and operation of the program meet the general and specific standards for accreditation through oversight of all medical and administrative activities, including effective curriculum and ACGME or AOA -required competencies. Integrates the work of the program with other hospital divisions, as well as external organizations, to ensure fulfillment of all regulatory requirements.
• Oversees selection and evaluation of residents, including selection of program candidates, evaluation and promotions, disciplinary actions and appeals process and facilitation of career planning.
• Conducts regular reviews of the program to assess the quality of the educational experience and available resources to ensure that maximum efficiencies and effectiveness are achieved.

Faculty.
• In partnership with department leadership, recruits and retains strong faculty with excellent records in clinical care, research and/or education, as well as designates and evaluates well-qualified physicians to act as volunteer faculty and assist in resident supervision/teaching.
• Evaluates, mentors and sets appropriate expectations for all faculty and staff.

Relationships:
• Provides dynamic leadership for the integration of graduate medical education into the culture and daily operations of MSHA. Builds effective and long-term interdisciplinary support for overall graduate medical education and the core program of responsibility.
• Represents MSHA and the core program of responsibility on a regional and national stage by participating in pertinent organizations, as well as locally by presentations to, or inclusions on, various boards, medical staffs, councils, community groups or similar bodies.
• Supports initiatives throughout MSHA that have a positive impact on medical education, quality improvement, excellence in clinical practice and research (meeting ACGME and AOA requirements), as well as other initiatives that involve the care provided by residents and/or faculty of the residency program.

Leadership and Administration:
• Executes program director responsibilities according to ACGME standards for the respective medical education program(s).
• In partnership with department and medical education leadership, establishes the residency program mission, objectives and measures of effectiveness. Guides continuous strategic planning for both short-term improvements and long-term growth and development goals.
• Holds responsibility for the financial management of program resources. Acts as a liaison with external funding agencies to support educational activities, as appropriate. Actively participates in the development of program operational and capital budgets.
• In partnership with medical education leadership, supervises the professional and administrative staff assigned to the core program of responsibility. Provides continuous feedback, both positive and constructive, as well as assisting in determining appropriate staff selection, delegation of duties and advising on challenging situations/assignments.

MSHA expects that every team member will role model Patient-Centered Care behaviors and be guided by MSHA’s Values and the Principles of Patient–Centered Care. Every member of MSHA’s leadership team is accountable for coaching and monitoring reporting team members to ensure that the standards and initiatives of Patient-Centered Care are a living reality in their work units / Departments.

It is vital that an individual in this position be capable of good communication skills. It is of the utmost importance that written communication is legible.

MSHA expects all team members to support the VOS initiative by demonstrating awareness of the VOS system and effectively applying it to his/her work.

Job duties of this position may require access to protected patient information (PHI). The team member will be accountable for appropriate use of the record and compliance with all confidentiality and security policy and procedures related to use, access, and disclosure of PHI.

MSHA expects all team members to comply with Federal civil rights laws and regulations. Team members will not discriminate, exclude people, or treat anyone differently because of age, race, color, national origin, national origin, ethnicity, religion, culture, language, physical or mental disability, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

MSHA expects that every team member will role model Patient-Centered Care behaviors and be guided by MSHA’s Values and the Principles of Patient–Centered Care. Every member of MSHA’s leadership team is accountable for coaching and monitoring reporting team members to ensure that the standards and initiatives of Patient-Centered Care are a living reality in their work units / Departments.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

At least five years of participation as an active faculty member in an ACGME-accredited residency program with two years as core faculty. At least three years of graduate medical education administrative experience prior to appointment is preferred. Current certification in the respective specialty by the American Board.
DO degree preferred.

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