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Role of Program Coordinator. Role of Program Coordinator. Program coordinators (PC) supports the program director by performing administrative duties related to planning, directing and coordinating both the academic and operational activities of the residency program.
They also provide educational coordination between the attending physicians, residents and other administrative offices (e. Medical Education). In order to excel in the job, a program coordinator must: Have good problem solving skills, be resourceful and take the initiative when needed. Have a good understanding and knowledge of the requirements of the residency program as well as the structure and functionality of the department and the institute. Be able to work independently and to be organized in their work to ensure that tasks are completed in a timely manner.
Have excellent communication skills and be professional when dealing with all aspects of the residency program. The job duties of the Program Coordinator includes, but is not limited, to the following: Administrative. Supports the Program Director by scheduling meetings, providing agenda and minutes, developing reports relevant to the residency program, implementation of policies. Develops a time- line for the annual cycle in a residency program. Supports the program director in preparations for the resident selection process. Assists in the preparation and update of resident handbook. Prepares educational material and documents for the residents.
Assists the program director in the orientation of the resident to the program. Coordinates, prepares and distributes resident activities and schedules with the program director, faculty and chief resident. Coordinates daily conference schedules, grand rounds etc. Provides support and information to residents and program faculty on a variety of issues related to the residency program. Maintains a systemic file system with resident information and program records. Manages a computerized data system (Resident Management System)Maintains a record of resident training. Maintains a record of all vacation and sick leave used by residents.
Monitors and documents evaluation process. Monitors compliance with the ACGME- I duty hours policy. Assists the program director in preparation of the PIF by gathering all the data required.
Participates in accreditation site visits and internal reviews. Educational. Demonstrates awareness of program goals and objectives. Has a good knowledge of the accreditation process and Institutional, Foundational and Advanced Specialty/Subspecialty requirements. Has a good understanding of the competencies and their implementation by self and by the residents.
Has a good knowledge of the terminology used in residency program. Utilizes available resources and websites in an efficient way to help enhance the residency program. Networks with other coordinators, institutes and organizations to share information and to gain knowledge that would help improve the program. References: The Residency Coordinator’s Handbook. Diana Otterstad. 2. HCPro Inc. GME Coordinator Workshop. Ruth Nawotniak. Training Program Administrator, University of Buffalo, Suny.
Guidebook for GME Program Directors and Coordinators. American Medical Association.
International Institutional and Foundational Requirements of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education International (ACGME- I). Available at (http: //www. Accessed July 3, 2. Last modified on. Sunday, 2. 5- Oct- 2.