Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS), has an excellent full-time employment opportunity for a Board Certified or Board Eligible
Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS) is a non-profit, full service, multi-hospital health care system with two hospitals and multiple satellite facilities. Located in North Central Indiana, SJRMC is a regional health care network comprised of a 254-bed acute care hospital in Mishawaka, and a 58-bed acute care hospital in Plymouth, and 20 physician practices (Saint Joseph Physician Network. The Network includes over 20 practice sites with over 100 primary care and specialist physicians in St. Joseph, Marshall, and Elkhart Counties. For more information about this opportunity, or to see all SJHS job postings, search by specialty at Trinity-Health.org/physician-postings. If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to submit your CV, please email email@example.com or call Trinity Health Physician Recruitment at (734) 343-2300. If you would like to apply for the position, you may do so using the "Apply" button.
Under the direction of the Family Medicine Residency Program Director, provide direct administrative, supervisory, faculty, and direct patient care functions within the program, with emphasis on assigned specialized academic and medical services. SJRMC Family Medicine Residency was one of the first in Indiana, starting in the early 1970's when Family Medicine was recognized as a specialty. Since it's inception, we have grown to a 9/9/9 program with a one year Sports Medicine Fellowship program.
The selected physician will see patients of all ages; Pediatric through Geriatric.
Basic laboratory services are available and basic procedures such as skin tag and mole removal, suturing, colposcopy, cryotherapy, POCUS, Laser, splinting, and joint injections may be performed.
Must adhere to the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services.
Required to maintain active membership status on the medical staff of SJHS-SB and/or SJHS-Ply, with full and unrestricted privileges.
*Board Certification required within 5 years of Residency Program Completion.
Actively demonstrates the organization's mission and core values and conducts oneself at all times in a manner consistent with these values.
Knows and adheres to all laws and regulations pertaining to patient health, safety and medical information.
Be active in, as well as oversee and encourage resident involvement in local, state, and national organizations pertinent to the practice of medicine.
Maintain procedural competence (as allowed by local privileging) in those procedures defined by the residency director. Will also provide residency education in these procedural areas.
Assure the proper and acceptable operation of the program as required by accredited organizations, affiliated health care organizations and their medical staff policies, with special emphasis on the Family Medicine Center.
Participate and assist in faculty preceptor selection and in the implementation of residency curriculum.
Participate in scholarly activities such as research; faculty development; peer-reviewed grants; quality improvement and /or patient safety initiatives; systemic reviews, meta-analyses, review articles, chapters in medical textbooks or case reports; creation of curricula, evaluation tools, didactic educational activities or electronic educational materials; contribution to professional committees, educational organizations or editorial boards; innovations in education; curricular development and attend designated educational events.
Perform other duties, which may be required for the proper operation and education of the Family Medicine residents and residency, as directed by the Program Director.
Serves as a clinical preceptor in the Family Medicine Center and the hospital. Supervises the medical care services provided to patients by the residents and assures the quality and appropriateness of care services.
Participates in conferences, seminars and meetings related to the operational requirements of the program and participates in other functions related to the program as assigned.
Staff the resident's inpatient medicine service as directed by Program Director.
Work with medical students as directed.
Evaluate resident physicians formally and informally related to clinical performance, educational advancement, behavioral traits and developmental needs.
Provide direct problem-solving skills for identifying deficiencies and barriers to effective operations of the program, its components and grievable situations.
Provide as Associate Director, liaison relationships with physicians in the family medicine departments of local, regional, and intrastate health care facilities and organizations.
Assist in local, regional and interstate activities related to resident recruitment and procurement.
Participate in the development and implementation of policies and procedures for the residency program and the Family Medicine Center.
Provide as Associate Director, liaison relationships with various institutions, societies, academies and organizations, as deemed necessary by the program director.
Assist in the completion and processing of individual resident graduation and postgraduate career placement plans/requirements.
Shares call with other program faculty.
Assists in grant applications and any ongoing accreditation processes.
Serve as a mentor and role model to the Family Medicine Residents and assume leadership roles within the medical community.
Maintain continued certification by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Must maintain clinical skills by providing direct patient care.
Maintain skills and knowledge specific to the practice of obstetrics, as would be appropriate for a family physician.
Demonstrates behaviors consistent with identified competencies and job requirements (i.e. skill validation, continuing education, age specific validation, mandatory in-services, safety training, annual TB testing, and the Organizational Integrity Program).
Be a role mode of professionalism.
Demonstrate commitment to the delivery of safe, quality, cost effective patient-centered care.
Demonstrate a strong commitment in the education of residents.
Devote sufficient time to the educational program to fulfill needed supervisory and teaching responsibilities.
Administer and maintain an educational environment conducive to educating residents.
Regularly participate in organized clinical discussions, rounds, journal clubs and conferences.
Pursue facility development designed to enhance skills at least annually as an educator, in quality improvement and patient safety, in fostering own and resident's well-being and in patient-care based on practice-based learning and improvement efforts.
Must have a significant role in the education and supervision of residents and must devote a significant portion of entire effort to resident education and/or administration and must, as a component of activities, teach, evaluate and provide formative feedback to residents.
Perform and supervise evaluation and quality assurance for the residency program.
Complete the annual ACGME Faculty Survey.
Directly observe, evaluate and frequently provide feedback on resident performance during each rotation or similar educational assignment.
Meet with any assigned resident advisees and review their documented semi-annual evaluation of performance including progress along the specialty specific Milestones; assist assigned resident advisees in developing individualized learning plans to capitalize on their strengths and identify areas for growth; and, as needed, develop plans for assigned resident advisees failing to progress, following institutional policies and procedures.
Actively participate in and promote patient safety systems and contribute to a culture of safety.
Performs other duties consistent with purpose of job as directed.
JOB SPECIFICATIONS AND CORE COMPETENCIES
Education: Graduate of an accredited medical school and an ACGME accredited post-graduate Family Medicine Residency program.
Licensure: Must have a valid and unrestricted state of Indiana medical license, State of Indiana Controlled Substance registration (IN CSR) and federal Controlled Substance registration (DEA).
Experience: Three years medical school post-graduate experience as a Family Medicine Resident.
Other Job Requirements:Assigned hours within your shift, starting time, or days of work are subject to change based on departmental and/or organizational needs.
Saint Joseph Health System (SJHS), is offering an excellent compensation package for the right physician including:
Competitive salary range in line with MGMA standards.
Malpractice paid by corporation, including tail insurance.
Health/dental/vision/disability/life insurance/retirement benefits.
27 days off per year; PLUS 5 additional days and $3,000 for CME.
7 paid holidays (New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and one floating holiday of your choice)
$3,000 per year for professional journals, dues, and memberships.
Student loan assistance available.
Relocation assistance provided in accordance with policy.
For more information about this opportunity, or to see all SJHS job postings, search by specialty at Trinity-Health.org/physician-postings. If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to submit your CV, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Trinity Health Physician Recruitment at (734) 343-2300. If you would like to apply for the position, you may do so using the "Apply" button.
Additional Information regarding SJRMC GME Program: http://www.sjmed.com/careers/graduate-medical-education/family-medicine-residency/
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