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  • Job Objective: A brief overview of the position.
    • The Fellow will master the education and administrative skills needed to establish a residency program or join the residency leadership in a private or academic setting. The Fellow will learn the steps necessary to create and maintain a residency program in a private practice setting.
    • The Fellows is required to complete the ACEP teaching fellowship or equivalent course (i.e., Teaching in Medicine certificate) with logistic support from the program.
    • The Fellow is required to create a year-long curriculum which will be delivered in didactic, clinical and simulated environment settings. The example of curriculum themes are: Geriatric patient care; Substance abuse and pain management; Pediatric patient care; Disparities in health; Faculty development; Medicolegal in EM, etc.
  • Reports to
    • Program Director of Emergency Medicine Education Fellowship

  • Supervises
    • PGY-1-3 residents, Medical Students and other Faculty during their clinical shifts and teaching shifts at EMC

  • Ages of Patients
    • Neonate/Infant
    • Pediatric
    • Adolescent
    • Adult
    • Geriatric
  • Blood Borne Pathogens
    • High Potential

  • Qualifications
    • Education
      • Required: Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)
      • Required: Completion of specific ACGME Program as applicable for Fellowship
    • Licensure/Certification
      • Required: Possess/obtain a Full and Unrestricted California Medical License within 90 days of Fellowship start date
      • Required: Valid DEA License
      • Required: BLS (ACLS, PALS as applicable for program) within 30 days of hire (to be provided in Orientation as needed)
    • Experience
  • Essential Responsibilities
    • Admission, consultation, evaluation, diagnosis and non-surgical treatment of patients with general medical problems. Provides safe, effective and compassionate patient care under supervision.
    • Demonstrates dexterity and competency to perform all essential and required procedures and provides complete, written documentation of all procedures.
    • Identifies need for patient education and orders or provides education.
    • Comprehensively documents in patients’ charts in a timely and accurate manner.
    • Demonstrates awareness and sensitivity to patient and family issues, including age, gender, sexual orientation, and cultural diversity.
    • Functions with an awareness and application of standard operating procedures including OSHA, Workers Right to Know, Clinical Compliance, General Safety, and HIPAA.
    • Efficiently performs in emergency situations, including adherence to established emergency department and hospital specific protocols.
    • Demonstrates applied knowledge base including integration of skills as required through block rotation experiences.
    • Participates actively in all educational and residency program activities and assumes responsibility for teaching other residents and medical students performing their clerkships at EMC.
    • Demonstrates awareness and applies knowledge of legal issues in all aspects of patient care, incorporating risk management skills, and quality control measures.
    • Actively participates on any assigned hospital committee as a member.
    • Demonstrates effective communication skills.
    • Provides coverage for temporary staffing conflicts of the Residency Program.
    • Demonstrates ability for effective problem identification and resolution as well as the exercise of independent judgment.
    • Participates in research and scholarly activities.
    • Presents at National Emergency Medicine.
    • Provides teaching, supervision, and serves as a role model to Residents and Medical Students.

Eisenhower Health offers a generous benefits package and a matched retirement plan.

Employees are eligible to participate in a benefits program designed to make a difference for you and your family.

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