Clearwater, Florida
Not Specified
Oct 05, 2016
Oct 21, 2016


Job Number: 158090)


The Director of the Family Medicine Residency is responsible for the development and maintenance of a quality residency in compliance with all state and federal regulatory agencies and accrediting bodies (ACGME). Responsible for overseeing all aspects of the program including curriculum, faculty, residents, health center development and operations and university relations.

Job Specific Functions

  • Communicates organizational information with team members
  • Makes efficient use of team and resources to manage productivity within approved financial resources
  • Prepares and maintains effective staffing plans to meet departmental needs
  • Reviews monthly operating reports and evaluates variances
  • Works to eliminate barriers by seeking team member and key customer input and taking any action needed
  • Accountable for operating and capital budget development, maintenance and review
  • Identifies cost containment strategies and recommends and implements changes
  • Attends and participates in team meetings and designated committees
  • Develops policies and procedures for assigned programs in accordance with all relevant regulations
  • Conducts residency internal interviews and RF-FP interim revenues in accordance with appropriate GME and ACGME policies
  • Designs and maintains a residency program of excellence
  • Develops, maintains and administers a faculty incentive plan
  • Ensures that appropriate policies and procedures are in place such that the three departments remain in compliance with the corresponding regulatory bodies of the health system
  • Facilitates faculty development and performs ongoing faculty coaching
  • Holds regular team lead (manager, coordinator and supervisor) meetings to share division and leadership network information
  • Maintains written goals and acts in accordance with management policies and procedures as set forth by MPM health care
  • Oversees Director of CME and CME Coordinator activities including CME Committee functions serving four hospitals, including Morton Plant, Mease Countryside, and Mease Dunedin, and North Bay
  • Oversees and maintains relationships and designs, implements appropriate contractual relationships with the college of medicine at the University of South Florida
  • Oversees library services including strategic planning, space planning, conversion to electronic systems and maintenance of adequate resources to meet the needs of the medical staff
  • Oversees the activities relevant to residents and faculty including hiring, evaluation, advancement and professional growth
  • Promotes the residency and works to enhance the reputation of the health system
  • Recruits and trains quality family practice physicians
  • Serves as a member of the USF GME Committee
  • Sets medical student, resident, faculty personnel policies including hiring, firing, due process, grievance and appeal, etc
  • Teaches residents clinical medicine in one on one, small and large group sessions
  • Works in collaboration with other members of the management team to insure compliance with JCAHO standards as they relate to Graduate Medical Education
  • Works in cooperation with MPMPC regarding the management of the clinical site
  • Works in cooperation with other Program Directors within the state
  • Works to retain physician graduates within MPMPC
  • Works with the finance department as requested to assist with the preparation of documents regarding federal funding for graduate education - Medicare IME and DME funding


  • Consistently uses the Quality Process when solving problems and working on process improvement
  • Develops the talents and abilities of team members through coaching, mentoring and training
  • Ensures that performance appraisals, competency assessments and mandatory training and testing are conducted within established time frames
  • Exhibits a positive attitude constantly reinforcing a customer driven philosophy
  • Facilitates an environment of reward and recognition for positive team member contributions
  • Makes decisions using data while striving to balance service, outcome and cost
  • Shares and participates in best practices throughout the facility, Division and BayCare
  • Takes ownership of man, method, material and machine in areas of responsibility
  • Teaches Quality and other education courses where expertise can be utilized
  • Leads quality improvement efforts and achieves improvement in service, outcome and cost
  • Promotes an environment of change readiness to improve processes and better serve customer needs
  • Seeks partnerships with internal and external customers to improve processes, set goals and achieve optimal scores on customer surveys
  • Maintains compliance with mandatory and regulatory requirements
  • Assesses, maintains and improves competency of team members by providing orientation and ongoing educational opportunities
  • Assures that accurate team member payroll and time and attendance data is maintained and processed in a timely manner


Certifications and Licensures Required Medical Board Relevant Specialty Required Medical License State of Florida
Education Required Doctorate's Family Medicine
Experience Required 5 years Administration Required 5 years Education
Specific Skills Required Medical terminology use and understanding Required Management skills Required Work independently Required Customer service skills Required Critical thinking skills Required Age specific competencies Required Organizational skills Required Written and verbal communication skills Required Interpersonal skills Required Delegation skills Required Knowledge of regulatory standards appropriate to position Required Computer skills appropriate to position Required Work with a team


Primary Location: FL-Clearwater-BayCare Medical Group Physician PracticeSchedule: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Shift: DaysShift Hours: Varies

Weekend Work: Occasional

On Call: Yes