Director of Graduate Medical Education – relocation assistance
Paid relocation jobs in Ohio:
Grove City, OH, USA
- Licenses & Certifications:
- MD, DO
Years of Experience:
- 5+ years
- Relocation assistance, Sign on bonus, Professional development opportunities, Full benefits , 401k
About this Company:
This health system, comprised of over 10,000 employees, 2,000 physicians and 900 volunteers, serves more than a million patients in Central Ohio each year.
As one of the largest integrated health systems in the community, they provide people-centered care at four hospitals â€“ an inpatient rehabilitation hospital, free-standing emergency centers, outpatient facilities, surgery centers, urgent care centers, primary care and specialty care physician offices, community outreach sites and homes across the region.
They are committed to safe, high-quality care and continues to win national recognition for clinical performance and patient experience.
They’re also dedicated to education, with offerings that include ongoing continuing medical education opportunities, six physician residency programs, and one of Ohio’s largest undergraduate, graduate and doctor of nursing programs.
As a health ministry with a charitable mission, they provide considerable uncompensated benefit to the community each year, and the system and its employees are actively involved in vital business, civic and social service organizations.
The Director of Graduate Medical Education is a primary liaison with administrative leaders, the medical staff, and affiliated training institutions on matters relating to graduate medical education within the organization.
This person may be designated the DIO, who in collaboration with the Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC), has authority and responsibility for the oversight and administration of the ACGME-accredited programs and is responsible for ensuring compliance with the ACGME institutional and program requirements.
Required Skills and Experience
– Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathy, or equivalent degree enabling the unrestricted practice of medicine in the state of Ohio.
– Preferred minimum five years of leadership experience at the Program Director level or above in an ACGME-accredited residency training program
– Effective Communication Skills
– Record of scholarly activity sufficient for a clinical appointment in an academic medicine role.
– Administrative experience including human resource and financial management skills
relevant to graduate medical education and clinical operations.
What You Need to Know
– Supervises all Residency Program Directors, and conducts periodic performance evaluations.
– Serves as an active member of Medical Education Committees and Continuing Medical Education Committee.
– Works in collaboration with the Director of Research & Scholarly Affairs, facilitates research and scholarly activity within the GME department.
– Assures continued accreditation of all medical education programs by adhering to requirements set forth by the ACGME
– Identifies national and regional trends in Graduate Medical Education and helps ensure that GME is meeting the needs of the learners.
– Oversees process for Annual Program Evaluation and ensure that all programs meet the requirements for the annual program evaluation providing an effective continuous improvement model for program improvement.
– Provides tools to track Institutional and Program Performance. Monitors the effective use of such tools.
– Assists in residency recruitment activities providing institutional support and methods