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Job Summary:Regional Medical Center of San Jose (RMCSJ) is looking for a Designated Institutional Official (DIO) to partner with the facility to help build the foundation for Graduate Medical Education (GME). RMCSJ will lead the development of residency programs in the Bay area to help with the growing shortage of medical providers. They will be critical in the hiring of residency program directors. They will provide leadership and organize resources to enable the hospital as a GME-sponsoring institution to achieve substantial compliance with ACGME Institutional Requirements and thereby maintaining ACGME Accreditation
The ideal candidate will be a medical provider that is board certified in their specialty, preferably local to the Bay Area (but open to candidates nationally) and have prior GME faculty teaching experience. An additional preference would go to those interested in residency program director roles as well, but not required. Specialties of interest are broad and open to discussion.
Requirements, Roles and Responsibilities:
• 8-16 hours a week (20-40% FTE) with remainder in clinical and/or a blend program director or faculty teaching
• Work collaboratively with the Hospital and its affiliate GME teams to implement and administer the GME programs;
• Provide leadership and organize resources to enable Hospital as a GME-sponsoring institution, to achieve substantial compliance with ACGME Institutional Requirements, thereby maintaining ACGME Accreditation;
• Ensure the annual review and approval of a statement of institutional committee to GME that specifies, at a minimum, a commitment to providing necessary educational, financial and human resources;
• Serve as liaison with GME affiliates, develop and maintain all affiliation agreements with other institutions that provide training to Hospital residents/fellows;
• Contribute, as requested, to division strategic plan development, as well as succession planning;
• Prepare an annual report of GME activities in accordance with ACGME requirements pertinent to content and present to hospital, division and corporate leadership;
• Develop all policies, protocols and guidelines necessary for the administration and conduct of GME at the institutional and program levels;
• Oversee the management and job performance evaluation of all personnel in the Department of Graduate Medical Education's table of organization;
• Provide leadership and strategic partnership with Hospital for faculty recruitment/sourcing efforts, training and development, as well as succession planning;
• Assist, provide guidance and support for GME/Hospital agreements/contracts process;
• Recruit and provide necessary support for professional educators, information specialists and operations personnel necessary for the educational and administrative conduct of the Department of Graduate Medical Education;
• Develop educational programs at the institutional level for implementation across all GME programs;
• Oversee preparation of the Institutional Review Documents (IRD) and all other elements required for the periodic reaccreditation of the institution by the ACGME;
• Conduct regular annual institutional reviews in accordance with all ACGME requirements and institutional protocols;
• Review all Program documents prepared for Residency Review Committee (RRC) site visits;
• Oversee and maintain all necessary records, documents and databases for programs, residents, fellows and the institution necessary for regulatory and accrediting purposes and for GME reimbursement as mandated by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS);
• Plan, develop, conduct (in conjunction with Program Coordinators) all activities of the orientation process for all program faculty (program director), residents and fellows;
• Provide guidance and direction for the regular assessment of quality of the GME Programs;
• Assure that all programs have current, required program letters of agreement with other Institutions' programs that provide training to GME residents/fellows;
• Provide critical leadership and guidance in the review and development of process and procedure;
• Plan, organize and meet monthly with all program directors and coordinators.
About Regional Medical Center of San Jose:
Serving the community as a county-designated Level II Trauma Center, the 258-bed hospital is one of San Jose’s busiest ER’s. Regional Hospital holds Joint Commission advanced certification as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, as a certified Chest Pain Center, county-designated STEMI receiving center, a lung cancer screening center and is certified in sepsis care by The Joint Commission. The facility provides the region with high-quality, technologically advanced healthcare including:
• Comprehensive cardiac services and is a member and ECMO center providing life support
• Expert orthopedic and spine services providing joint replacement, revision, fracture and 24/7 trauma support and offers an outpatient solution for follow-up care, Orthopedic Clinic at Regional Medical Center
• Neurosciences, providing inpatient and outpatient care
• Surgical Services with experts in minimally invasive techniques for all surgical specialties
• Actively participating in clinical trials for numerous research studies related to oncology and neurosciences
• Multi-organ comprehensive cancer care program
• Comprehensive outpatient wound care center
For more information, visit www.RegionalMedicalSanJose.com
San Jose, California – As a major technology hub and one of the largest cities in Northern California, San Jose is home to a diverse community with many different cultural and art offerings, great education, and a desirable place to live. Widely known as the center of innovation, Silicon Valley is also home to many national, state parks and beaches in the area and within close driving distance. The community offers college and professional sports teams, including an NHL and MLS team.
San Jose, California, is home to the largest concentration of technology expertise in the world--over 6,600 technology companies employing 254,000 people. A beautiful climate year-round offers a wide variety of exciting cultural, recreational, educational and entertainment opportunities as the 10th largest city in the U.S. Residential options range from urban loft living, traditional tree-lined neighborhoods to mountain top retreats. Superior recreation opportunities from hiking and biking to surfing/skiing. Excellent public schools and multiple private school options.
Regional Medical Center of San Jose is a 204-bed acute care hospital serving Silicon Valley and surrounding counties for more than 40 years. Its American College of Surgeons verified Level II Trauma Center anchors high level services in neurosurgery, vascular surgery, general and orthopedic surgery. The hospital’s Joint Commission accredited Primary Stroke Center reflects sophisticated neurosciences and neuro-interventional radiology. The hospital received accreditation as a Chest Pain Center; its emergency response, cath lab and cardiovascular surgery performance are superior. The hospital supports innovation by its medical staff and was the first hospital north of Los Angeles to perform single incision laparoscopic gallbladder removal in its minimally invasive operating suite. The Medical Staff includes more than 500 professionals in 21 medical specialties. The Medical Staff and employed staff reflect the rich cultural diversity of this vibrant northern California community.