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Internal Medicine Residency Program Director

Company: Catholic Health
Location: Smithtown
Posted on: February 9, 2024

Job Description:

St Catherine of Siena Hospital, Smithtown, New YorkSt Catherine of Siena Hospital is one of six hospitals in Catholic Health providing medical care to its community on Long Island, New York and is currently seeking an internal medicine residency program director to start a new training program. Located on Long Island New York residents are surrounded by a rich culture and history offering a diverse palette of attractions and points of interests. Children benefit from some of the best school districts and recreational activities. From professional sports, white sandy beaches, water activities, museums, golf, hunting and camping, ice skating, cross-country skiing and sledding, whatever the season, Long Island has it all.Good Samaritan University Hospital, one of Catholic Health's premier hospitals, supports St Catherine of Siena as the institutional sponsor accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).. Throughout the system, there are residency-training programs in: emergency medicine, family practice, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, surgery, podiatry, as well as fellowships in Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery and pediatric emergency medicine. Currently under development are training programs in psychiatry, surgical critical care and maternal fetal medicine, as well as a transitional internship. Currently at St Catherine of Siena Hospital, a general surgery residency program has recently been approved and submission to the ACGME for a new residency in psychiatry has occurred. The addition of an internal medicine residency-training program will support the continued expansion of graduate medical education and the development of other programs within the healthcare system.The Internal Medicine Program Director must administer and maintain an educational environment conducive to educating residents/fellows in each of the ACGME competency areas and in conformance with Catholic Health policies and procedures. The support of the Department of Graduate Medical Education and the resources available will provide the foundation to the Program director to develop a quality-training program in internal medicine. The time committed to the nonclinical administrative time will be commensurate with ACGME requirements and clinical duties will be supported based upon the physician's training and interests to provide for a full time position.Selected duties may be delegated to faculty or training program administrators, however, the Program Director will participate as a voting member on the Graduate Medical Education Committee, and will be responsible to ensure that all ACGME requirements are completed in a timely and accurate manner.Program director duties include, but are not limited to:Oversight of Education

  • Oversee and ensure the quality of didactic and clinical education in all sites that participate in the program
  • Review, update, and revise didactic and clinical educational curricula as needed
  • Approve the selection of faculty and maintain an accurate current list of core ("key") faculty for accreditation purposes
  • Complete an annual program evaluation and monitor action plans through completion;
  • Adopt appropriate evaluation tools and ensure evaluations of residents by faculty are completed on a timely basis;
  • Provide each resident with documented, semiannual, competency-based evaluations of performance meeting with each individual trainee and providing mentorship and support.
  • Complete a final summative evaluation that also documents the resident's performance during the final period of education, and verify that the resident has demonstrated sufficient competence to enter practice without direct supervision;Responsibilities include:
  • Supervising, overseeing and teaching medical students, interns, and residents rotating through the department and division.
  • Maintaining high standards and quality of care to the patients cared for
  • Promoting high quality, cost effective care based on the best medical evidence
  • Participating in data collection to assess patient care and satisfaction studies
  • Making best efforts to keep current with developments in pediatrics, medical management and related areas through CME programs, medical literature review and medical staff conferencesWe offer a competitive salary, dynamic work atmosphere that embraces a healthy work-life balance, and a comprehensive benefits package.A full time employment comprised of both an administrative and clinical position based upon medical practice or specialtySalary Range: $248,395,000 - $346,663KThis range serves as a good faith estimate and actual pay will encompass a number of factors, including a candidate's education, training, skills, licensure and certification, competencies and other relevant experience. The salary range listed does not include any bonuses, incentive pay, or other forms of compensation that may be applicable to this job and it does not include the value of benefits.At Catholic Health, we believe in a people-first approach. In addition to the estimated base pay provided, Catholic Health offers generous benefits packages, generous tuition assistance, a defined benefit pension plan, and a culture that supports professional and educational growth.For immediate consideration, please email your CV to: Tracee Thomson, Vice President Physician Alignment and Recruiting- CATHOLIC HEALTH SERVICES OF LONG ISLANDEqual Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

Keywords: Catholic Health, Brentwood , Internal Medicine Residency Program Director, Healthcare , Smithtown, New York

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