Residency Program Director – Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency
|Residency Program Director – BWH/MGH Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine ResidencyThe Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency (HAEMR), a four-year academic program based at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), is seeking candidates for residency program director (PD). This well-established program offers quaternary care training experiences at the two flagship institutions as well rotations as Boston Children’s Hospital, Newton-Wellesley Hospital and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Institute. The goal at HAEMR is to provide outstanding clinical and academic training to develop the future leaders in Emergency Medicine. We support a broad range of academic pursuits, the development of leadership skills, and the commitment and ability to care for a diverse array of patients in a skilled and compassionate manner. This is accomplished through unique educational methods, mentorship, and devotion to professionalism and community. We are seeking an innovative, energetic and accomplished educator to lead residency training at HAEMR, maintaining high clinical and academic standards while supporting a diverse, inclusive training environment.
Candidates should be nationally recognized and have a commitment to excellence in clinical care and a deep commitment to education; prior leadership experience in a residency training program is preferred. Additionally, candidates must meet all criteria as outlined in the RRC-EM requirements and the institutional Program Director Duties and Responsibilities policy including board certification in Emergency Medicine and eligibility for licensure in the State of Massachusetts. Candidates must demonstrate ongoing commitment to scholarly activity including peer reviewed publications.
The PD will be responsible for the comprehensive educational experience of the EM residency including administration, operations, and implementation of educational content. The PD will also oversee residency recruitment, program and trainee evaluations. The PD will be jointly appointed at BWH and MGH, and the academic appointment will be at Harvard Medical School at the Assistant or Associate Professor level as indicated. They will also have responsibility for supervision of residents and resident education in the context of patient care. The PD will supervise a staff of five APDs and several administrative staff and will report to the Vice Chair of Education, the EM Chairs at BWH and MGH, and the Director of Graduate Medical Education.
The PD will support the academic development of trainees and promote the scholarly activities of the faculty in the domain of medical education and educational innovation.
The PD will develop and maintain an annual budget for the Residency Program in conjunction with the Education Administrator; coordinate scheduling of educational activities; maintain accurate records and produce annual accreditation reports on all residency activities; and maintain collaborative relationships with the vice chair for education and other departmental educational leaders and departmental leadership at BWH/MGH and participating institutions. The PD will serve as the responsible party for interactions with the Partners Office of Graduate Medical Education, the ACGME and RRC-EM.
Inquiries should be addressed to David F.M. Brown, M.D., MGH Trustees Professor and Chair of Emergency Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital and Michael VanRooyen, MD, Professor and Chair of Emergency Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital. These may be submitted along with a curriculum vitae by email to [email protected].
Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital are equal opportunity/affirmative action employers.