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Residency Program Director, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Methodist Health System

  • Location: Dallas, TX

Methodist Health System includes four acute care hospitals in the metro area, three joint venture specialty hospitals, nearly 30 health centers, as well as a foundation. The four acute care hospitals have a combined total of 1,200 beds with 585 beds located in the flagship, Methodist Dallas Medical Center. In 2015 Becker’s Hospital Review named Methodist Health System one of “150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare” for the fifth year in a row. The Dallas Business Journal named it one of the “Best Places to Work” for the twelfth consecutive year in 2015.

Position Overview

The Director of the Methodist Health System Dallas OB/GYN Residency Program is responsible for the education and training of all OB/GYN residents regardless of training track. Like all residency directors within the Methodist Health System, the Residency Director is accountable to the Vice President of Medical Education and the Designated Institutional Officer for Graduate Medical Education in issues pertaining to institutional developments and the OB/GYN Residency Program. The VPME provides leadership and guidance to the Residency Director. The Residency Director works collaboratively with other directors of education-related units and the Chairman of the OB/GYN Department.

Qualifications

  • The Residency Director will be a full-time faculty member in the Program of OB/GYN.
  • Must be trained as an OB/GYN, Board Certified in OB/GYN and licensed in Texas to practice medicine.
  • Must possess an experience following one’s residency/fellowship as a clinician, administrator and resident educator for a length of time required by the RRC.
  • Must possess advanced training, for example, extended faculty development, a certificate program or degree and a commitment and dedication to the education of resident physicians in all clinical and non-clinical areas pertinent to the specialty.
  • Must demonstrate active involvement in clinical practice, continuing medical education, regional and national professional organizations and scientific societies, and scholarly activities as evidenced by academic publications or presentations.
  • Demonstrated evidence of a commitment to diversity in the educational community.