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Graduate Medical Education Manager
Altamed | South Gate, California
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The Graduate Medical Education Manager will be responsible to develop and oversee the implementation of all new GME programs and administrative workflow of AltaMed's ACGME-accredited Residency Program(s), including (but not limited to) program recruitment, communications, tracking and reporting to all relevant stakeholders. Under the direction of the Residency Program Director and Director of Medical Education, the Manager will be responsible for the decision making activities and will support the development of high quality Residency program(s), in accordance with the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and the Sponsoring Institution's policies. The Manager will support the development and implementation of policies, procedures, standards, reporting requirements, deadlines and support continuous quality program improvement. The role will monitor compliance of multiple fiscal line-item expenditures and assist with budget development, as well as any other regulatory or overseeing agency requirements. The Manager will monitor and evaluate program and staff performance and oversee all Residency Program activities and schedules. The Manager will ensure compliance with all accrediting bodies as necessary. The Manager will integrate the program into clinical operations in partnership with clinic site leadership and human resources.

ResponsibilitiesAssist Medical Education Director and Residency Program Director(s) to plan and implement Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs to meet strategic hiring and succession goals.Establish and implement GME program policies and procedures, department goals, reporting requirements and program of compliance in accordance with all regulatory requirements.Implement and execute the administration of the GME programs, including delivery, evaluation and compliance.Integrate GME programs into clinical operations in partnership with clinic leadership and human resources.Build effective and productive partnerships internally and externally to effectively deliver GME programs.Collaborate with Office of Medical Education to coordinate faculty and preceptor development activities.Oversee coordination of trainee selection, on-boarding, and preceptor and site assignments. Oversee Resident Orientation.Effectively administer the department budget and assist with budget development.Develop and maintain effective working relationships with residency programs, student and professional associations, medical schools, hospital partners, and the Medical Education and Workforce Development departments.Assist Residency Program Director(s) to evaluate and improve program performance and compliance. Make recommendations and implement improvements.Oversee coordination of recruitment activities for prospective residents in close collaboration with Human Resources. Serves as liaison with Talent Acquisition on Talent Ready prospects and recruitment activities.Provides documentation on residents and providers as required for licensing and credentialing purposes.Oversees and manages staff performance, including hiring, selection, performance, and engagement.Serve on relevant committees, effectively representing the GME programs.Other duties as assigned.QualificationsBachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university program in Public Health, Education, Business Administration, Health Care Administration, Nursing, or other related fields required. Master's degree highly preferred.Minimum of 2 years of management experience required.Minimum of 5 years of experience working with physicians and medical residents in graduate medical education required.Experience developing and managing complex programs with diverse stakeholders. Experience should include curriculum development.Experience in a community-based health or social services setting strongly preferred.Experience implementing a new ACGME-accredited program strongly preferred.

About Altamed

AltaMed is the largest independent Federally Qualified Community Health Center in the U.S., with more than 930,000 annual patient visits. Our culturally competent physicians and health care professionals provide integrated primary care services, senior care programs, and health and human services at 43 accredited sites in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Established in 1970, AltaMed is proud to be a national model for the delivery of quality, patient centered care to underserved communities. 

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