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Transitional Year Residency Training Associate Program Director

Company: Harnett Health
Location: Dunn
Posted on: September 25, 2022

Job Description:

Transitional Year Residency Training Associate Program DirectorPosition Title: Associate Program Director of Transitional Year ProgramDepartment: Graduate Medical EducationResponsible to: Director of Medical Education/Vice President of Medical EducationJOB SUMMARY:The Associate Program Director (APD) assists the Program Director (PD) in the educational aspects and administration of the Residency Program. The APD must assist the PD in complying with all actions and procedures of the Committee on Education and Evaluation (CEE) and ACGME Review Committee (RC), including site visit preparation and execution, directives associated with an approval action, and supplying the CEE and RC with requested information including annual summaries and evaluations. The APD carries out the duties of the PD in the PD's absence. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:Education: An earned D.O. degree from a COCA accredited college of Osteopathic Medicine (an MD may serve if approved by the ACOFP CEE) or M.D. degree from a LCME accredited Medical School.Licensure/Certification: A valid medical license and ability to obtain North Carolina licensure Appropriate AOA or ABMS Board certification Membership in good standing in all appropriate professional and governmental organizations Membership in good standing of both the AOA and ACOFP or AMA and AAFPExperience: Demonstrated record in teaching and leadership from an accredited medical school Demonstrated potential for successful leadership of an OGME or ACGME program; Meet the continuing medical education requirements of the AOA or ACGME. Current medical licensure and appropriate medical staff appointmentTypes of Contacts: The Associate Program Director of Family Medicine reports directly to the PD and DME/ Vice President of Medical Education of the Job Related Skills: Thorough and demonstrated knowledge of the clinical interventions and equipment necessary to meet the specific needs of the patient population Interpersonal Skills: Excellent communication and human relation skills including the ability to interact effectively and professionally with co-workers, other employees, the medical staff, patients, families, and the general ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: The APD must dedicate at least 10 percent of his or her time, (at least 18 hours per month) to program administration, evaluation, teaching, resident precepting, and scholarship; and, Time spent in direct patient care without the presence of residents must not be included. The remaining 90 percent of his or her time will be clinical. The APD must work with the Director of Medical Education/VPME to verify that each resident is meeting or exceeding the minimum standards of the The APD must evaluate the program, the residents and the faculty as described in AOA Basic Standards and ACGME standards. The APD must arrange rotations necessary to meet the program goals and inform the base institution of these arrangements so that affiliation agreements can be made. The APD must assist in preparation of required material for on-site program review. The APD must provide the resident with all documents pertaining to the training program and shall also provide to the resident the requirements for satisfactory completion of the The APD must assist the program director in the submission of annual reports to the ACOFP or ABFM for all Annual reports to the ACOFP or ABFM shall be submitted on-line by the designated deadline. Final reports for residents who complete the program in months other than June must be submitted within 30 days of training completion. A copy of each resident's annual schedule must be kept on file and available during the on-site review. Delinquent annual reports will not be reviewed until a delinquency fee is paid as determined by the ACOFP or ABFM administrative policies. The APD must facilitate supervision of the resident's required scholarly activity. The APD or program director is responsible for coordinating all schedules, including lectures and educational sessions, allocating appropriate time for resident The APD or program director must provide a method to document resident attendance at these meetings. The APD and program director must maintain an e-mail address and provide it to the ACOFP and ABFM. The APD or program director must ensure that the program description as described in Standard IV.F. is accurate, complete and updated annually. The APD must administer and maintain an educational environment conducive to educating the residents in each of the ACGME competency areas. The APD must oversee and ensure the quality of didactic and clinical education in all sites that participate in the program; The APD must assist the program director in the completion of the following: approve a local director at each participating site who is accountable for resident education; approve the selection of program faculty as appropriate evaluate program faculty; approve the continued participation of program faculty based on evaluation; monitor resident supervision at all participating sites; prepare and submit all information required and requested by the ACGME. This includes but is not limited to the program application forms and annual program updates to the ADS and ensure that the information submitted is accurate and complete. ensure compliance with grievance and due process procedures as set forth in the Institutional Requirements and implemented by the sponsoring institution; provide verification of residency education for all residents, including those who leave the program prior to completion; implement policies and procedures consistent with the institutional and program requirements for resident duty hours and the working environment, including moonlighting, and, to that end, must distribute these policies and procedures to the residents and faculty; monitor resident duty hours, according to sponsoring institutional policies, with a frequency sufficient to ensure compliance with ACGME requirements; adjust schedules as necessary to mitigate excessive service demands and/or fatigue; and, if applicable, monitor the demands of at-home call and adjust schedules as necessary to mitigate excessive service demands and/or fatigue. monitor the need for and ensure the provision of back up support systems when patient care responsibilities are unusually difficult or prolonged; comply with the sponsoring institution's written policies and procedures, including those specified in the Institutional Requirements, for selection, evaluation and promotion of residents, disciplinary action, and supervision of residents; be familiar with and comply with ACGME and Review Committee policies and procedures as outlined in the ACGME Manual of Policies and Procedures; obtain review and approval of the sponsoring institution's GMEC/DIO before submitting information or requests to the ACGME, including: all applications for ACGME accreditation of new programs; changes in resident complement; major changes in program structure or length of training; progress reports requested by the Review Committee; requests for increases or any change to resident duty hours; voluntary withdrawals of ACGME-accredited programs; requests for appeal of an adverse action; appeal presentations to a Board of Appeal or the ACGME; and, proposals for new or significantly remodeled FMPs. Prior approval of the Review Committee must be obtained before residents may rotate to these sites. obtain DIO/VPME review and co-signature on all program application forms, as well as any correspondence or document submitted to the ACGME that addresses: program citations, and/or request for changes in the program that would have significant impact, including financial, on the program or institution. maintain clinical skills by providing direct patient care. OTHER POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Participates in and fosters an approach to continuously improving quality in the transitional year medicine residency Maintain all required licensure, certifications and competencies for the Performs other duties as assigned Attend all residency program related meetings including but not limited to: Monthly Program Coordinator/PD meeting Monthly GMEC Meeting Twice Monthly Hospitalist/GME meeting Clinical Competency Committee meetings PEC Meetings Monthly Program Specific Noon Conference Resident Semi-Annual Evaluation Meetings (Up to 13 meetings at minimum 3x per year) TY specific resident didactic sessions Aid in mentorship and career development counseling for unmatched TY residents, Assist in review of application materials and strategies for applying, interviewing, ranking, and if necessary SOAP process for up to 13 TY residents. Participate in program recruitment of 13 new interns each year Application screening and selection for interviews Interview process and ranking SOAP match process which requires large number of application screening and interviews in a week long window. Aid in schedule development and amendments throughout year including rotation schedule, backup schedule, and PTO requests while ensuring all program hour requirements are met Monitor resident feedback including collection of evaluations, synthesis, and distribution of resident feedback Contribute to policy development to preserve quality of clinical rotations and education. Participate in didactic education.

Keywords: Harnett Health, Fayetteville , Transitional Year Residency Training Associate Program Director, Executive , Dunn, North Carolina

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