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As a major teaching institution, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens is affiliated with the Joan & Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University. The hospital maintains accredited residency programs in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, as well as accredited fellowships in Cardiovascular Disease, Gastroenterology, Hospice & Palliative Medicine, Infectious Disease, Nephrology, and Pulmonary Disease/Critical Care Medicine. The hospital also maintains separately accredited residency programs in Podiatric Medicine & Surgery, Dental & Oral Medicine, and Oral Pathology.
NewYork-Presbyterian Queens is the major teaching site for the OB/GYN and Pediatric residents of NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, and residents from other facilities also take advantage of the wealth of clinical material at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens. Their presence contributes to a healthy exchange of ideas between our hospital and other healthcare institutions. Participating institutions include the Hospital for Special Surgery and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
In addition, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens participates in the education and training of the Weill Medical College of Cornell University students.
NewYork-Presbyterian Queens faculty and department chairs have academic appointments at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University.
Statement of Commitment
The mission of NewYork-Presbyterian Queens is to be the premier healthcare institution serving the greater community of Queens by providing excellence in clinical care, patient safety, education, clinical research, and community service. The hospital’s values include caring and compassion, commitment, candor, courage, competence and continuous learning.
In keeping with the hospital's mission and values regarding education and research, the hospital's Board of Trustees is committed to providing all necessary educational, financial and human resources required to meet or exceed all ACGME, ADA, and CPME institutional and residency program requirements.
Further, the institution commits itself to providing an educational environment that enhances the ethical, professional and personal development of its graduate staff.
The Office of Graduate Medical Information
The Office of Graduate Medical Education coordinates all institutional medical education activities. The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), the accrediting body for all graduate medical education programs, mandates institutional responsibility and required documentation for all GME programs. The ACGME reviews all institutions with two or more residency programs through the institutional review document and periodic site visits (approximately every 3 years).
There must be a Designated Institutional Official (DIO) who has the authority and responsibility for the oversight and administration of the Sponsoring Institution’s ACGME accredited programs and who is responsible for assuring compliance with ACGME institutional requirements.
Joval Wilson, MPA is the Administrative Director for Graduate Medical Education at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens. He brings a wealth of GME experience from his previous positions as a Residency Program Assistant at NYP Columbia and a General Surgery Residency Program Coordinator at Weill Cornell Medicine. He has shown a commitment to improving the operations of the GME office and has a keen interest in the well-being of House staff and Coordinators.
Functions of the Office
Institutions must have a centralized office responsible for ensuring compliance with all institutional requirements established by the ACGME to support these residency programs. The institution is responsible for 3 core residency training programs, 6 fellowship training programs, a CPME and 2 ADA residency training programs.
The Office of Graduate Medical Education relies on its relationship with all departments within the institution. It exists in part to meet the ACGME requirements for centralization and oversight and as an institutional graduate medical education resource. The Office also provides assistance and counseling to all members of the graduate staff whenever needed. Its major functions include accreditation:
- Institutional Review Committee
- Residency Review & Site Visit Preparation
- Institutional Affiliation/Rotation Agreement
- GME Institutional Policies & Procedures:
- GME Budget
- Fiscal Reports & Surveys
- Resident Grievance & Due Process
- Resident Working Environment
- Resident/Student Credentialing & Verification
- Cultural Competency Training
- Graduate Staff Orientation for New Residents
- Graduate Staff Manual
- Certificates of Graduation
- Final Evaluations
- Graduate Medical Education Committee