Director of Medical Education

2020-R0270892 Requisition #
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Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center

A quaternary care facility that is home of the Texas Heart® Institute, a world-class cardiovascular research and education institution founded in 1962 by Denton A. Cooley, MD–consistently ranked as one of the nation’s best in Cardiovascular Services & Heart Surgery.

The first hospital in Texas and the Southwest designated a Magnet® hospital for Nursing Excellence by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, receiving the award four consecutive times. Baylor St. Luke’s is home to three freestanding community emergency centers (Holcombe, Pearland, and San Felipe) offering adult and pediatric care–treating more than 51,000 patients annually. The hospital holds a collaborative partnership with Baylor College of Medicine and affiliations with The University of Texas Medical School at Houston, The University of Texas Medical Branch (Galveston), Houston Baptist University, and Prairie View A&M University.


• The Director of Medical Education is responsible for the oversight and management of the Office of Medical Education. This position works collaboratively with internal and external key stakeholders to support students across all BCM schools, residents and fellows and the learning environment at BSLMC.


Education and Licensure Required:
Master’s degree

Minimum Experience:
A minimum of seven years of GME experience and five years of leadership experience.


• Oversees the day-to day operations of the Medical at BSLMC with the following duties:
• Onboarding process at BSLMC, including badging and orientation, for all learners and trainees
• Plan, execute and manage activities that supports BSLMC meeting all LCME, ACGME, CLER and other accreditation requirements
• Ensure house staff are integrated into BSLMC QI activities (RCA) and committees (QS) and monitors and tracks participation
• Manage confidential and critical materials, issues and communications;
• Act as liaison between the VP of Education and a full range of internal and external offices and individuals
• Communicate with GME and Student stakeholders (e.g., attending physicians, students, residents, fellows, nursing, administrators, etc.); and serve as a conduit of information between BSLMC GME Office, Programs, health system, and Baylor College of Medicine GME and Schools
• Ensure house staff receive data for CQI
• Coordinate fatigue management strategies (food, ride, rest, etc.)
• Support building an excellent learning environment (supervision, professionalism, grievances, etc.)
• Interpret ACGME requirements, BSLMC hospital and GME policies and procedures, and other policies as applicable, and assist with the development and implementation of program policies and procedures based on accreditation and regulatory requirements;
• Advise residents/fellows and students on policies and procedures, including the onboarding process;
• Generate and analyze program data reports;
• Oversee visiting student requests outside of normal process
• Oversee observer requests
• Meets with key stakeholders on a regular basis to keep them apprised of important issues related to the program and trainees;
• Coordinate and staff the BSLMC Graduate Medical Education Committee and the Joint Academic Steering Committee
• Advise and consult on issues or inquiries from residents/fellows, students, faculty, staff and department chairs;
• Monitor resident/fellow morale and respond to resident/fellow concerns; consult with appropriate stakeholders as necessary;
• Identify areas for programmatic improvements and develop initiatives to address weaknesses;
• Manage administrative and planning logistics for retreats, meetings, and conferences, including monthly lecture series, conferences, grand rounds, journal club, M&M, residency/fellowship retreats, BLS/ACLS courses, and In-service exams

Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Outstanding oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills
• Excellent organizational skills
• A demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusiveness in leadership and possess the ability to work with a varied group of educators, physician and hospital leaders
• Exemplary professionalism and a results orientation
• Demonstrated leadership and management competencies

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