Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC)

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Meeting Schedule

Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC)
When: 2nd Thursday of the month, 5:00PM - 6:00PM (see dates below)
Where: H3210 SHC Administration (temporarily meeting via Zoom, link in email)

Contact

Thang "Trey" Huynh-Ngo, MBA

Program Manager/Education Specialist

THuynhngo@stanfordhealthcare.org

650-498-2418 (office)

 

Last Revised 1/3/2020

Welcome

The Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) meets monthly on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 5PM in H3210. The committee is charged with oversight of Stanford's residency and fellowship programs.

Individuals wishing to place an item on a meeting agenda should contact Ann Dohn in the Office of Graduate Medical Education.

The review committee is chaired by Laurence Katznelson, MD, Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education.

Meeting minutes are maintained on MedHub.

Oversight, Review and Approval of

Program Proposals

Please send proposal topic and documents to Trey Huynh-Ngo (THuynhngo@stanfordhealthcare.org).

GMEC Proposal Topics and documents:

  • Residents/Fellows
  • Program Directors or Associate/Assistant Program Directors
  • Training Program

 

GMEC will consider the Appointment of Program Directors and Associate Program Directors twice a year at the September and April Meetings, except in cases where a Program Director is leaving.

 

Detail

New Program Director (PD) Proposal

New Associate Program Director (APD) Proposal

Pre-GMEC Meeting
(2-3 weeks before)

Required Documents (submit the documents to the GMEC Administrator 1 week prior)

  1. Letter of support from Department Chair with % protected time
  2. New PD CV

*All submission must state who is the outgoing PD

  1. Letter of support from Department Chair
  2. New APD CV

*All submission must state who is the outgoing APD or if this is an APD addition

1 week prior to GMEC Meeting

  1.  All documents will be sent out for review.
  2. Any comments/questions/concerns will be brought up prior to the meeting.
  3. For any proposals with comments/questions/concerns, a presenter will be asked to attend the meeting*.

*presenters do not need to attend GMEC meeting if there are no comments/questions/concerns for the corresponding proposal

  1.  All documents will be sent out for review.
  2. Any comments/questions/concerns will be brought up prior to the meeting.
  3. For any proposals with comments/questions/concerns, a presenter will be asked to attend the meeting*.

*presenters do not need to attend GMEC meeting if there are no comments/questions/concerns for the corresponding proposal

Notify GMEC Administrator who will present this proposal

One presenter is needed. In order of priority:

  1. Outgoing Program Director
  2. Core Program Director (if outgoing fellowship PD unavailable)
  3. Division Chief (if any)
  4. Department Chair

One presenter is needed. In order of priority:

  1. Program Director
  2. Core Program Director (if PD unavailable)
  3. Division Chief (if any)
  4. Department Chair

Presenter Responsibility

  • Review the proposed PD/APD's letter and CV.
  • Prepare a 2-minute presentation on the PD/APD's qualifications for the role.

Restrictions

Proposed PD/APD is NOT allowed to attend this meeting.

 

During GMEC

Process

  1. GMEC Chair introduces Presenter and Topic (PD/APD proposal).
  2. Presenter gives a 2-minute presentation on the PD/APD's qualifications for the role.
  3. GMEC Chair calls for a committee vote.
  4. Presenter notifies the Program the committee decision after the meeting.
 

After GMEC

GME Responsibility

  • GME e-mails the Director, Coordinator and Presenter regarding the approved proposal
  •  When Program adds approved PD on ACGME WebADS, DIO will make the PD change in ACGME. 

Program Responsibility

If an ACGME program, Program Coordinator must ensure that the proposed PD/APD is listed in ACGME WebADS.

 

Membership

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Stanford GME

  • Laurence Katznelson, MD, Associate Dean GME, Co-Chair of GMEC
  • Ann Dohn, Designated Institutional Officer (DIO), Co-Chair of GMEC

Stanford Health Care Quality & Patient Safety

  • Steven D. Chinn, PharmD, MBA, Administrative Director, Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs, Quality Patient Safety & Effectiveness Department, SHC 

Kaiser

  • Calvin Wheeler, MD, DIO, Kaiser
  • Theresa Azevedo, Associate Institutional Officer, Kaiser

Palo Alto Veteran Affairs (PAVA)

John Pollard, MD, Associate Chief of Staff, PAVA


Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC)

Phuong H Nguyen, MD, DIO, SCVMC


Stanford Program Leadership

  • Kim Allison, MD, PD Pathology
  • Carrie Rassbach, MD, PD Pediatrics
  • Phillip Harter, MD, PD Emergency Medicine
  • Suzann Pershing, MDOphthalmology
  • Harcharan Gill, MD, PD Urology
  • Gerald Grant, MD, PD Neurosurgery
  • Chris Hayward, MD, PD Psychiatry
  • Shashank Joshi, MD PD Child Psychiatry
  • Kristin Nord, MD, PD, Dermatology
  • Alex Macario, MD, PD Anesthesia
  • Payam Massaband, MD, PD Radiology
  • Kate Shaw, MD, PD OB/GYN
  • David Spain, MD, PhD, PD Surgery
  • Kwang Sung, MD, PD Otolaryngology
  • Ron Pearl, MD, PhD, Chair Anesthesia
  • Nirali Vora, MD, PD Neurology
  • Ronald Witteles, MD, PD Internal Medicine

Stanford Program Coordinators

  • Brenda Norrie, Infectious Disease
  • Komal Dasani, Critical Care Medicine
  • Erin Hart, PM&R

Stanford Residents/Fellows

  • Charles Liu - General Surgery
  • Natalie Wilson - Pediatric Critical Care
  • David Li - Emergency Medicine
  • Katie Hsih - Child Psychiatry
  • Michael Zhang - Neurosurgery

Stanford GME Support Staff

  • Jie Li, PhD, Sr. Program Manager/Education Specialist, GME
  • Thang “Trey” Huynh-Ngo, MBA, Program Manager/Education Specialist

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