Emergency Medicine Assistant Program Director Needed
Emergency Medicine - GME
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LewisGale Medical Center, Salem, VA
LewisGale Medical Center, serving patients for over 100 years, is a 506-bed, stroke certified tertiary facility in Southwest Virginia. The system includes four hospitals, two regional cancer centers, six outpatient centers and affiliations with 700 physicians representing a wide range of disciplines and specialties. LewisGale Regional Health System is part of the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), the nation’s leading healthcare provider with over 160 hospitals and more than 100 surgery centers in 20 states and Great Britain.
As a place to live and work, Southwest Virginia has it all; affordable housing, outstanding K through 12 schools, and nationally-recognized colleges and universities. Surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Appalachian Trail, there is an offering of year-round breathtaking scenery, along with arts, culture, restaurants, outdoor activities, water sports, and so much more.
Delivering Excellent Care with a Team Approach
At LewisGale Regional Health System, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life. Our physicians make an impact every day as integral partners in one of the nation’s leading hospital systems—recognized for its advanced, evidence-based practices and commitment to compassionate patient care.
In addition to offering a variety of specialty services and an exceptional level of skill by our physicians, nurses and other staff members, the LewisGale healthcare family has long been best known for compassion, dedication and friendliness. We’re committed to excellence and believe that top-quality healthcare is best delivered through team effort in a safe, professional and service-oriented environment.
Job SummaryLewisGale Medical Center in Salem, Virginia is seeking an Emergency Medicine Assistant Program Director to assist in the development and implementation of a new Emergency Medicine Residency Program.
• Clinical teaching and supervision of residents
o Dedicate time to administrative and educational activities of the program
o Assign clinical responsibilities to residents, supervise in clinical assignments
o Assist Program Director with developing and maintain written supervision standards, requirements, and procedures
• Core program clinical teaching
o Maintain active clinical practice in emergency medicine
o Organize rotations and other educational activities at all clinical sites that participate in the program.
o Supervise all educational tracks in the program
o Establish clinical assignments and schedule residents to achieve the education objectives of the program
• General Administration
o In conjunction with Program Director and Faculty, responsible for preparation and implementation of curriculum
o Submit reports on program, faculty, Resident performance to the GMEC
• GME Committees/Meetings
o Attend educational programs sponsored by the Associate of Program Directors
o May participate on the Consortium Graduate Medical Education Committee, and with hospital committees as requested by the GME Director/DIO
• Must be Board Certified in Emergency Medicine
• Clinical faculty experience preferred
• Be willing to combine administrative and teaching responsibilities
• Have strong administrative and team-building skills
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills