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According to the ACGME Institutional Requirements, “the purpose of graduate medical education (GME) is to provide an organized educational program with guidance and supervision of the resident, facilitating the resident’s ethical, professional and personal development while ensuring safe and appropriate care for patients.” In St. Rose Residency GME programs, the residency program director is responsible for the organization and implementation of these objectives for his/her program. Specific responsibilities may be delegated by the program director, but he/she is responsible to the GME Committee, the Designated Institutional Official (DIO), and to the ACGME Residency Review Committee for the timely and accurate completion of all tasks. Physicians-in-training include Medical Students (MD/DO), residents and fellows, who, for the purposes of this policy, will be referred to as “residents” or students (see GME General Policies). GME programs may be characterized as: • ACGME accredited – for which there are specific ACGME program requirements • Non-ACGME-accredited-for which there are no specific ACGME program requirements. The program directors of non-ACGME programs are exempted from some responsibilities. Such exemptions are designed with an asterisk (*) below. Responsibilities of the residency program director include all ACGME Institutional Requirements effective July 1, 2003 – www.acgme.org
Minimum of three (3) years of experience in administrative, educational and/or clinical services.
Minimum of five (5) years of experience in managing a Residency Program.
Required Certs: CT CPRBLS;DEA;MD DO;CT INS;LIC CSL
Knowledge of HIPAA confidentiality regulations regarding all patient and company information.
Graduate medical education including residency training and requirements and ACGME requirements, applicable computer software, National Match requirements, and Medicare GME-related requirements
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