Essential Functions: Job Purpose The Residency Program Coordinator (PC) is responsible for coordinating all operational aspects of the Neurology Residency including ensuring adherence to all academic, administrative and compliance requirements.Work directly with the Graduate Medical Education Department at the Detroit Medical Center to manage the resident rotations over a four-year residency, to oversee academic milestones, to interface with the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and to complete all required documentation to maintain accreditation.Ensure that the program prepares residents for certification by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN)Assess overall training, and identify new ways to enhance resident experience and success. Provides input and recommendations to Program DirectorEnsure that program objectives are met, while identifying gaps and making recommendations for program improvementSupport the needs of the residents and provides guidance as needed. Resolves problems and refers problems of an unusual nature to direct supervisor. Essential Functions DAY-TO-DAYOversee day-to-day program reporting. Maintain and update logs, maintain schedules, coordinate resident evaluations, duty hours, and attendance records. Maintain communication with all stakeholders including all accreditation bodies (ACGME, NRMP, ABPN, DMC-GME, WSU Facutly and administration). Prepares agenda, takes and distributes minutes for various Medical Education Committee Meetings. RECRUITMENT Coordinate all aspects of resident recruitment and selection process via the following methods: campaign planning, web-site and social media content development, application process and review, scheduling and coordinating interview days, establishing and maintaining data files for use in preparation of rank list for match and corresponding with candidates. SCHEDULING Coordinate rotation, vacation and calls schedules in coordination with Chief residents and clinic staff. Serve as a liaison between the GME Office Leadership and Program Directors, Residents and other Departmental Program Coordinators. Coordinate the development and distribution of rotation objectives. EDUCATION Schedule training sessions, work with vendors and presenters, and oversee implementation of educational goals. Coordinate monthly didactic schedule, which includes identifying speakers. Collects lecture evaluations and prepares summary reports, maintains lecture attendance records and documentation, corresponds with program faculty. ONBOARDING Coordinate the preparation and signing of contracts for new and existing residents as well as necessary paperwork and materials. EVALUATIONS and REPORTING Coordinates annual and semi-annual reviews and serve as a member of Clinical Competency Committee, and ensure evaluation data and feedback mechanisms are tabulated for each time period. Provide annual reporting to ACGME and GME through Annual ADS Update (Annual Program Evaluation reports) using necessary data. Use the survey data for strategic planning. RESIDENT COMPLIANCE Evaluate medical residents' self-reporting compliance requirements and hold them accountable to meet requirements. Counsel and advise medical residents in paperwork and medical resident training matters. GRADUATION/GRADUATES Plan and organize resident graduation. Verify training and status for current and past residents. Process letters of recommendation as needed.
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION Bachelor's degree in health care administration or related field from an accredited college/university. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may be accepted. EXPERIENCE Three years' experience in an academic healthcare environment required. Experience in the operational activities of graduate medical education. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Considerable knowledge of University Graduate Medical Education (GME) and Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) policies and procedures. Ability to be self-motivated, working independently. Demonstrated decision-making skills, in adherence with university and departmental procedure. Ability to prioritize and plan work activities, adapting to changing conditions. Can perform work with close attention to detail. Strong organizational skills and ability work with established deadlines and under pressure. Flexible and willing to adjust schedule for departmental needs. Must be an effective communicator, both written and verbal, capable of communicating to both subordinates, peers and management as required. Good interpersonal skills required and strong customer service skills. Must be able to handle pressure situations, including dealing with sensitive and confidential human relations situations. Ability to compare, contrast and quality check work with a keen attention to detail. Strong analytical skills required including critical thinking, problem-solving skills. Must be able to work independently. Analyze and interpret data in hard copy or electronic form; detect errors and discrepancies. Must be able to demonstrate a good use of judgment. Proficient in Microsoft Office and Website software. Demonstrated ability to generate complex spreadsheets and manage databases. Working knowledge of database systems.Highly profession with New Innovations and ERAS.
Internal Number: 76_207725
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