The Designated Institutional Official (DIO) has authority and responsibility for the institutional accreditation of New York Medical College (NYMC or College), School of Medicine (SOM) as a sponsoring institution by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). In addition, the DIO is responsible for the oversite and administration of all Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs sponsored by NYMC SOM and assures compliance with established, as well as evolving ACGME Institutional, Common, and specialty-specific Program Requirements and other applicable professional, educational, accreditation, and regulatory standards. As an ACGME-sponsoring institution, NYMC SOM currently sponsors 20 accredited programs and two (2) Commission Dental Accreditation (CODA)-accredited graduate dental programs that the DIO also oversees.
NYMC is one of the largest private health sciences colleges in the U.S. that educates health care professionals, scientists, advocates, and leaders. The DIO is an institutional leader who is committed to producing skilled physicians who are prepared to enter independent practice successfully. GME programs are hosted at five (5) primary NY and NJ area hospital affiliates and 24 tri-state area participating clinical affiliate sites. CODA GDE-accredited programs are hosted at NYC and Valhalla campus clinical locations. DIO reports to the Dean of NYMC SOM, who appoints the DIO, with a dotted line reporting to the Chancellor/CEO of NYMC, who endorses and approves the position with the College’s Board of Trustees.
Provides administrative oversight, educational guidance, and resource identification for all GME and CODA programs sponsored or operated by NYMC SOM, or in which NYMC participates.
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