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Purpose of the Position: Oversees all aspects of residency training for CHCW. Also performs physician duties as required for accreditation of the program and in compliance with the standards of care established by CHCW. The PD supervises the professional staff of the Program in their teaching responsibilities and clinical activities where staff supervise or teach residents. As the Designated Institutional Official (DIO) oversees compliance of the institutional and common program requirements of CHCW’s training program(s) that are recognized by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Hours: Full time; 40 hours per week + on call
Qualifications: Current Board certification as a Diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine and/or American Osteopathic Board of Family Medicine. Current Washington State MD/DO license, Current DEA, BCLS Card. NRP Card, and ALSO Card required by hospital if doing OB Care. Current driver’s license and auto insurance. Additional preparatory instruction (e.g., National Institute for Program Director Development, Physician Management course, and/or Faculty Development Fellowship) is highly recommended. OB experience preferred, not required. A family physician with a minimum of 4 years of experience in a family medicine residency program. Preferred experience includes professional activity in the field of family medicine and 2 years prior leadership roles. Evidence of scholarly activity desirable. FQHC/CHC experience preferred but not required. Prior experience working with medically underserved populations and working with an Electronic Health Record (EHR) preferred. No restriction from participation with the Medicaid or Medicare programs. Ability to obtain credentials from appropriate health plans, and to be covered by CHCW malpractice liability carrier. Must hold an appointment in good standing on the medical staff of sponsoring Hospitals and must be qualified for, and receive, privileges to perform all patient care and resident supervisory duties commonly required. Bilingual in Spanish/English is preferred but not required.