• To provide residents in Family Medicine with a role model of compassionate, competent, patient/family-centered quality care in a multi-cultural urban environment.
  • To provide residents in Family Medicine with an advisor who will be very familiar with their clinical work, educational goals and plans, personal values and aspirations so as to provide the residents with individualized guidance and focused feedback.
  • To provide the Department of Family and Social Medicine and its clinical affiliates with talented, reflective family physicians who will integrate the supervision of resident practices into their activities.
  • To provide the residency program with highly motivated clinician educators who will nurture residents, supervise the quality of their work and who will participate in activities designed to maintain an accredited and vibrant training program.


Faculty Activities will include but not be limited to:

  • Three sessions per week of precepting.  Whenever possible, this should involve co-precepting with a member of the Behavioral Science faculty.
  • Three to five sessions per week of direct patient care in a manner that meets the highest standards of care set forth by the Department’s Vice-Chair for Clinical and Educational Affairs.
  • Supervision of resident practices with particular attention to charting/documentation so as to assure compliance with quality of care standards, health promotion, quality/quantity of Obstetrics care to ensure ten deliveries of continuity patients, family systems orientation, and advance directive/health care proxy discussions.  This also includes supervision of periodic home visits.
  • Practice a full spectrum of Family Medicine including being comfortable with seeing Adults to Pediatrics, OB deliveries and post-partum care.  There will be 4 weeks per year (approx. 1 week/quarter) with Inpatient Attending responsibilities.
  • Role modeling of team work in all settings.  Team leaders during their two-week role as supervising attending on the Family Medicine Inpatient Service will role model teaching and patient care in the context of a team-centered approach to care.
  • Team leaders will assume responsibility as a faculty member, including off-service coverage in the hospital or Nursery, approximately two one-week sessions per year.
  • Team leaders will be actively involved in CQI teams at their respective health centers.  They will monitor resident education during CQI meetings and role-model team collaboration.
  • Team leaders will be actively involved in the didactic resident teaching sessions.  This can include attendance and participation in sessions as well as assuming the role of the presenter.
  • Team leaders will monitor their residents to ensure the residents are pursuing self-care during their training.  Faculty will initiate discussions with their residents specific to their personal learning needs and career plans throughout residency training.


Regular assessment of resident learning needs and performance.  This includes meeting with advisees at least every three months.  Reviewing the resident’s rotation schedule for the upcoming three months and reviewing learning goals and strategies for those rotations. Reviewing the rotations of the previous three months, and the rotation evaluations by the resident’s supervisors during those rotations.  Tracking of ambulatory care panel to ensure breadth and diversity of patient population.  Resident assessment also includes attendance at monthly faculty meetings in which summative evaluations of resident performance are generated.  In preparation for completion of summative evaluations, team leaders will seek input from Behavioral Science faculty, other preceptors, the resident’s file, and the Family Medicine Center staff.  Direct observation of resident/patient/family interaction will occur by directly observing the resident and/or by reviewing videotapes.


The team leader will have access to New Innovations, the residency software management system for the program.  The following documentation should be accessed frequently by the residency faculty:


Resident Rotation Schedule

Resident’s procedure log (co-sign when appropriate)

Resident patient log (OB, CCU/ICU, Surgery, Peds OPD, Sports Medicine)

Evaluations (departmental and outside rotations)

Resident sick call schedule

RD/Off Service/Nursery Attending Schedule

Conference calendar (weekly meetings/teachings/Grand Rounds)

Outside rotation schedule face sheets and curriculum


Team leaders MUST make sure the residents are accessing New Innovations regularly (; login:  MONTE (all caps); password (individualized).

For immediate consideration, please send an updated CV to John C. Pinto at


Department: Family Medicine Bargaining Unit: Non Union Campus: MOSES  Employment Status: Regular Full-Time Address: 111 East 210th Street, Bronx
Shift: N/A Scheduled Hours: HOURS VARY Req ID: 124083 


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