(DIO) Designated Institutional Official & DIRECTOR, GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION – PHYSICIAN EXECUTIVE
Mount Carmel Health System - Columbus, Ohio
Our client, Mount Carmel Health System (MCHS) in Columbus, Ohio is seeking a Physician Executive for their Director, Graduate Medical Education/ DIO opening. This exciting opportunity will report to the Vice President, Medical Education. The Director of Graduate Medical Education (DME) administers the graduate and undergraduate education of Mount Carmel Health System and will be the DIO for the GME program. The DME is a primary liaison with administrative leaders, the medical staff, and affiliated training institutions on matters relating to graduate medical education within the organization. The Graduate Medical Education program at MCHS is a dynamic program with 6 ACGME-accredited Residency & 1 Fellowship programs involving 3 different state of the art hospitals, each serving distinct patient populations. The candidate will need to possess strong communication skills, record of scholarly activities, strong executive presence, experience in managing a growing GME program and active participant in professional development ensuring strong knowledge base in Graduate Medical Education accreditation, best practices, curriculum' development, resident evaluation, and resident progress. Mount Carmel has a rich history of Graduate Medical Education that dates back decades with a mission to serve those who are less fortunate than others. This spirit and mission are alive and well today as MCHS educates the physicians of tomorrow.
MCHS is a Regional, 5 hospital faith-based system with 10,000 Employees, over 1K beds, 200 Employed Physicians and $3 Billion in revenues. Mount Carmel Health System is a regional ministry under the national health system of Trinity Health, based in Livonia, Michigan.
Requirements & Highlights:
• Education: Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathy, or equivalent degree enabling the unrestricted practice of medicine in the state of Ohio.
• Experience: Preferred minimum five years of leadership experience at the Program Director level or above in an ACGME-accredited residency training program
• Competitive Compensation, Annual Incentive Bonus opportunity, relocation and temporary housing offered
• 6 ACGME-Accredited Residency Programs:
• Family Practice: 3-Year Program
• Internal Medicine: 3-Year Program
• OB/GYN: 4-Year program, integrated with Ohio State University
• Orthopedics: 5-Year Program
• Transitional Year: 1-year program
• 1 ACGME-Accredited Fellowship Program: Colon & Rectal Surgery
• Brand New State of the Art Clinical Skills & Simulation Center
Columbus, OH is a growing and thriving metropolitan area in the heart of Ohio. Serving as the capital and largest city in the state of Ohio, Columbus offers excellent schools, affordable cost of living and activities for the family or individual. Columbus offers professional and collegiate athletics - Ohio State University Buckeye’s, NHL Columbus Blue Jackets, MLS Columbus Crew and numerous outdoors activities, shopping, restaurants, an international airport and entertainment for everyone.
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