The Outpatient Teaching Faculty at Anne Arundel Medical Center teach residents how to care for patients in the outpatient/ambulatory setting. Faculty Member shall be responsible for the teaching of Residents in Faculty Member’s private medical office and/or other non-hospital locations. They provide appropriate levels of supervision to promote patient safety and create an effective learning environment by acting as role models for future generations of physicians — demonstrating compassion, commitment to excellence, professionalism, and a dedication to life-long learning and quality improvement.
Essential Job Duties:
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Orient Residents to the policies, procedures, and standards of Faculty Member’s private medical office or other setting outside the hospital Facility.
- Devote sufficient time to fulfill supervision and teaching requirements, and guide residents in the provision of safe and effective care to patients. Maintain an educational environment conducive to education of residents, and model professionalism.
- Complete formal evaluation of resident educational and clinical performance at Faculty Member’s private medical office or clinical setting in accordance with the requirements for accreditation and training, the curriculum, and program policies.
- If the continuity clinic for the program is conducted in the Faculty Member’s private office or other clinic setting:
a) Provide for assignment of a regular panel of patients for each resident to the extent possible.
b) Evaluate performance data for each resident’s continuity panel of patients relating to both chronic disease management and preventive health care
c) Provide guidance for developing a data-based action plan and evaluation at least twice per year.
d) Ensure coverage of urgent problems when a resident is not readily available.
e) Maintain a longitudinal relationship with residents throughout the duration of their continuity experience
f) Must not have other patient care duties while supervising more than two residents or other learners
5. Not allow other faculty responsibilities to detract from the supervision and teaching of residents.Abide by the graduate medical education program policies and procedures provided by the Program Director and or Designated Institutional Official, including policies governing resident duty hours.
- Additional qualifications as specified by the individual ACGME Review Committee
- Current certification in the specialty by the American Board or the American Osteopathic Board, or possess qualifications judged acceptable to the Review Committee
- Current medical licensure in the State of Maryland.
Working Conditions, Equipment, Physical Demands:
There is a reasonable expectation that employees in this position will be exposed to blood-borne pathogens.
Physical Demands – Medium Duty
The physical demands and work environment that have been described are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The above job description is an overview of the functions and requirements for this position. This document is not intended to be an exhaustive list encompassing every duty and requirement of this position; your supervisor may assign other duties as deemed necessary.