NE OHIO- Preceptor
Internal Medicine Clinic
The residency program must include faculty in addition to the program director. The preceptors in the Internal Medicine Clinic are expert competency evaluators who work closely with the Internal Medicine Program Director and Clinic Medical Director, who assist in developing and implementing the evaluation system, and who teach and advise residents.
Qualifications of the key faculty are as follows:
- must hold current certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM);
- be specifically trained in the evaluation and assessment of the ACGME competencies;
- must be clinicians with broad knowledge of, experience with, and commitment to family medicine as a discipline, patient centered care, and to the generalist training of residents; and,
- are clinically active, either in direct patient care or in the supervision of patient care;
Responsibilities are as follows:
- Internal Medicine Clinic (IMC) Precepting
- Precepts as needed in the IMC
- Supervises residents during IMC direct patient care and troubleshoots resident patient care issues during covered clinic hours
- Completes precepting note on each resident patient encounter at the time of service and countersigns note the day of the patient visit
- Acts as a resident mentor as assigned by the Program Director
- Completes resident/student evaluations.
- Additional responsibilities may include any of the following as assigned by the Program Director or Clinic Medical Director as well as other activities as deemed necessary for optimization of residency training.
- Curriculum development
- Direct observation of resident skills to fulfill requirements for milestones observations
- Participate in resident summative evaluations as scheduled
- Provide direct feedback to residents (and students) concerning performance based on milestones
- Participate in residency committees as requested CCC (clinical competency committee), PEC (Program Evaluation Committee), APE (Annual Program Evaluation)
Internal Medicine Residency Clinic Medical Director
Western Reserve Health Education Department of Graduate Medical Education is seeking an Internal Medicine Residency Clinic Faculty Member. This individual must be motivated and believe in our mission to provide lifelong learning opportunities for physicians and health care professionals in all areas of clinical care and research by providing diverse educational activities that aim to increase knowledge, attitude, and skills; enhance practice performance, and; improve the health status of our patients and communities we serve.
Located in Northeast Ohio, WRHE is a 501C3 not for profit organization and sponsors innovative, comprehensive and community-focused residency/fellowship programs in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, General Surgery and Rhinology. WRHE's Internal Medicine program is ACGME accredited and is approved for a total of 40 residents. The Internal Medicine Residency Clinic Medical Director position provides an exciting opportunity for an experienced physician leader to engage WRCS residents, faculty and community partners to enhance healthcare in communities in which we serve.
Candidates must hold current certification by ABIM, have requisite specialty expertise and documented educational and scholarly activity. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and CV by December 31, 2020 to:
Western Reserve Health Education
Attn: Internal Medicine Clinic Medical Director Vacancy
1350 E. Market St
Warren, Ohio 44483
Location/Region: Warren, OH (44482)