Title: Residency Program Director - Internal Medicine
Department: 8346 Residency Program
Employment Category: Full Time
Job Type: Regular
Position Start Date: ASAP
Salary: 103.27 - 154.91
One of the key objectives of the recently adopted strategic plan at Yuma Regional Medical Center is the development of multiple new graduate medical education (GME) programs to be based on the hospital campus. Residency training programs will be affiliated with The University of Arizona College of Medicine, and planning is currently underway to establish new programs in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, and Obstetrics/Gynecology. The initial phase of the project will include recruiting lead physician educators and coordinators for each specialty. This new position is for a Senior GME Coordinator to work directly with the Director of Graduate Medical Education (DIO) in establishing and coordinating the development of all residency programs at YRMC.
POSITION SUMMARY: This position is responsible for directing and managing the Internal Medicine Residency Program at YRMC. The Program Director position maintains appropriate oversight and stability of the residency training program in Internal Medicine, including compliance with accrediting and regulatory agencies, financial and human resources management, and contract development and review. The Program Director position has authority and accountability for the operation of the residency program.
This position reports to the Designated Institutional Officer at YRMC.
Education and Required Credentials:
M.D. or D.O degree.
Current ABMS Board certification in general or subspecialty Internal Medicine
Current medical licensure in Arizona
Eligible for successful appointment to the YRMC Medical Staff
5 years experience as faculty in an ACGME accredited Internal Medicine residency program. At least 3 years of graduate medical education administrative experience.
Demonstrated scholarship in peer-reviewed funding, publication in peer reviewed journals, or chapters in textbooks; publication or clinical presentations at local, regional, or national professional and scientific society meetings; active participation in national committees or educational organizations; experience with faculty development programs.