DIO/Dir Medical Education

LifePoint Health   •  

Danville, VA

Industry: Hospitals & Medical Centers

  •  

Less than 5 years

Posted 81 days ago

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Job Description

SOVAH Health - Danville

The Director of Medical Education (DME) is responsible for assuring the development of high quality education programs providing high quality residency training. The DME is responsible for assuring the development of high quality curriculum as well as assuring quality clinical experiences for the residents. Assuring the development of post-graduate programs is a major priority. The DME will also serve as an advisor to students and residents regarding their career choices. The expectation is that the allocation of time will be evenly split between administrative and clinical duties. The Director of Medical Education must be qualified to manage and direct program directors and residents in a graduate medical education program within the residency training requirements of the American Osteopathic Association and applicable laws and regulations. The Director of Medical Education is directly responsible for the overall program administration of all Residency Programs within the Institution.

Job Requirements

Graduate of an AOA-approved college of osteopathic medicine. Successful completion of an AOA-approved internship and residency, or establishment of AOA certifying board eligibility. Possess a minimum three years practice experience. Possess a minimum three years’ experience as teaching faculty member in an OGME program or college of osteopathic medicine (COM). Be well informed of AOA GME program requirements and have successfully guided training programs through review and re-certification processes. Ability and desire to continue a part-time clinical practice while serving as DME. Be AOA Board Certified or obtain AOA Board Certification within three (3) years (if board certified by the American Boards of Medical Specialties [ABMS] through a recognized AOA pathway). Member in good standing of both the AOA and Association of Osteopathic Directors and Medical Education. Unrestricted active license to practice medicine in the State of said practice and be in good standing with the State Medical Board and all applicable professional societies.
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