Job ID: EB-1913830728 Job Title: Internal Medicine Residency Program Director Location: Portsmouth (Seacoast Region), NH
Internal Medicine Program Director Opportunity in Portsmouth, New Hampshire – Tufts University Affiliation
The nation’s leading provider of quality, patient-centered care is also the leader in Graduate Medical Education (GME). Portsmouth Regional Hospital (PRH)—a top hospital in New Hampshire and the Seacoast region—is part of the HCA Healthcare Family and seeks an Internal Medicine Program Director (MD or DO) to lead the ACGME-accredited Internal Medicine Residency program in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
About Portsmouth Regional Hospital:
234-bed acute care facility with a Level II Trauma Center
24/7 full-service ER
Two freestanding ERs
24/7 dedicated inpatient hospitalist program
24/7 dedicated inpatient intensivist program
ACGME-accredited internal medicine, family medicine, and psychiatry residency programs with Tufts University affiliation
30-bed inpatient psychiatric unit including 16 involuntary beds.
GME Program Highlights:
The IM Program is a three-year program with 10 residents per year for a total complement of 30
Received its accreditation from the ACGME in January 2020
High level of acuity usually seen only in tertiary facilities
Referral center for cardiology, trauma, and critical care services
Daily Noon conference schedule and lecture series; and scholarly activity participation
Internal medicine, FM, and PSY residents work together during hospital rotations, such as inpatient adult medicine, MICU, and ED
Daily census of hospital patients guarantees our residents broad and varied inpatient clinical exposures
Competitive compensation and comprehensive benefit package with occurrence-based malpractice coverage.
Quality Work-Life Balance in the Seacoast Region:
Portsmouth, New Hampshire is a Seacoast city and sits near the mouth of the Piscataqua River which divides the states of New Hampshire and Maine. Portsmouth is at the core of a metropolitan region that includes several small cities and towns. As the nation’s third-oldest city, Portsmouth offers:
An area that’s rich in history and abundant cultural activities
A host of outdoor activities and proximity to major cities
Top-notch educational institutions—Both public and private
No sales tax or state income tax
A one-hour drive to Boston
Four seasons of weather.
M.D. or D.O. medical degree is required.
Licensed or eligible to practice in New Hampshire.
Completed an accredited residency program in internal medicine.
Current Board-certification and/or re-certified (if applicable) by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) or Board-certified by the AOBIM.
Three (3) years of participation as an active faculty member in an ACGME accredited internal medicine residency program and graduate medical education administrative experience prior to appointment.
Candidates must have strong team building, interpersonal, and communication skills.
50% clinical and 50% administrative responsibilities.
Additional characteristics of qualified applicants include adaptability, creativity, as well as enthusiasm for teaching and quality patient care.
Candidates with experience as Program Director, APD, and/or Core Faculty with leadership involvement are strongly preferred.