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Fellowship Coord

Facility: Good Samaritan Hosp Med Ctr Location: West Islip, NY Department: Medical Education Category: Administrative / Business Support Schedule: Full Time Shift: Day shift Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm ReqNum: 6009457

Fellowship/GME Coordinator

Roles and Responsibilities:

Act as a liaison between the Program Director, Residents, central GME office, applicants, and medical students and other parties as necessary

Coordinate efforts for seamless onboarding of new trainees

Monitor and facilitate activities to ensure that program is in compliance with all GME policies and requirements

Collect data and track appropriately to ensure compliance with requirements from the hospital, the broader CHSLI system, ACGME, AOA, and other administrative and/or accrediting bodies

Consistently monitor changes and updates related to accreditation standards and ensure program remains in compliance with all requirements

Attend, record, and provide administrative support for Clinical Competency Committees and Program Evaluation Committees, as well as other program-related meetings and/or events

Provide administrative support for the Designated Institutional Official/Chair of Pediatrics

Other administrative tasks as necessary

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor's degree or higher

Minimum of one year of Graduate Medical Education experience

Strong critical thinking skills, and ability to research answers and develop solutions independently

Ability to juggle multiple tasks concurrently and meet deadlines

Strong ability to work both independently and as part of a collaborative team

Highly organized

High attention to detail

Clear and effective communication skills

Proactive, self-starter

Eager to learn

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