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Baptist Health of South Florida invites applicants for the position of Director of Behavioral Medicine and Well-Being Programs. Reporting to the Chief Medical Officer/Designated Institutional Official (“DIO”), the responsibilities of the Director of Behavioral Medicine and Well-Being Programs will include:
Support a culture of physician well-being across all system-wide Baptist Health graduate medical education programs.
Serve as the champion for resident, fellow, and faculty wellness in accordance with the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) guidelines.
Develop, implement, and oversee didactic curricula and interactive programs on Behavioral Health topics for medical residents.
Develop and implement well-being initiatives, programs and resources for hospital departments involved in medical residency training.
Provide expertise and consultation on the science and application of well-being to hospital departments involved in medical residency training.
Participate in research and contribute articles/blogs that promote well-being in medical residency programs.
Work collaboratively and cultivate partnerships with hospital administrators, faculty, staff, and students and external instructors to further Baptist’s impact on its strategic goal of becoming a model well-being medical residency training program.
Assist the DIO with the development and management of the graduate medical education programs.
Doctorate degree required in psychology or related field from an accredited institution
Current, valid State of Florida license as either a Psychologist, Social Worker, Mental Health Counselor, or Marriage and Family Therapist
Board certification preferred
Minimum of five years of full-time professional experience required
Minimum of 2 years of experience in Graduate Medical Education (GME) program, GME institutional administration or Academic/University setting with advanced knowledge of GME and ACGME program requirements required
Demonstrated organizational/management success including excellent relationship building skills and ability to work across functional lines of responsibility in a large organization
Demonstrated knowledge of the science of well-being and evidence-based practices
Demonstrated experience in designing, facilitating, and evaluating well-being programs/projects
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Exceptional emotional intelligence skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel required