St. Mary's General Hospital, located in Passaic, NJ, is a community-based tertiary medical center focused on providing quality, compassionate care. It is an acute care hospital providing a broad range of services including cardiovascular services as well as a comprehensive program for cancer care. The hospital is also a center of excellence for maternal-child health and outpatient behavioral health services. It is the only hospital in Passaic and with over 550 physicians and 1,000 employees, and is one of the largest employers in the county. Every member of the St. Mary's General team is committed to providing respectful, personalized, high-quality care. St. Mary's General Hospital is a member of Prime Healthcare, which has been lauded as a "Top 15 Healthcare System" by Truven Health Analytics. For information, visit www.smh-nj.com.
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With oversight and direction from the Program Director(s), the Program Coordinator is responsible for the operational functions of the accredited GME training programs. The position requires a comprehensive and detailed understanding of the national accreditation policies and hospital policies, as well as a high degree of initiative and independent judgment. The Program Coordinator should be organized in planning, assisting with maintaining continuing accreditation, recruiting of trainees, projects, analyzing and maintaining databases, communicating with faculty and trainees regarding a range of issues and managing internal and external program relations. Should have working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and GME databases.
Coordinator GME responsibilities include:
coordination of required Clerkships and Elective Rotations: Assist the medical schools and students with the assignment of medical students to their clerkships and elective rotations, working with hospital departments and medical staff and the medical school to oversee the available opportunities for all students.
Related activities include:
*Note: This is a shared responsibility with the medical school and the hospital administration.
Education and Work Experience
1. Minimum of 3 – 5 years of Graduate Medical Education (GME) experience.
2. ACGME experience required.
3. TAGME certification preferred.
4. Experience with New Innovations
5. ERAS preferred.