Office of Graduate Medical Education

Resource Page For Program Directors And Program Administrators

The Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME) serves as the official institutional liaison between The University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). The University of Arizona College of Medicine Tucson Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME) oversees and monitors over 60 ACGME accredited residency/fellowship programs. The GME Office works closely with the GME Committee, program directors, faculty, program administrators and its affiliated hospitals in order to ensure a high quality educational experience and appropriate work environment for over 700 residents who are pursuing specialty and subspecialty training.  
 
We serve in partnership with our Program Directors and Coordinators to help maintain excellence in graduate medical education, the well-being of residents and fellows, as well as favorable accreditation status of each of our programs.  Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time with questions or suggestions on how we may better serve you.
 
Included below are some links to important resouces, however, please note that some of the resource links may require you to use your UA Netd and password to gain access.
 

Program Director Resources: 


Program Administrator Resources:


 Recruitment: Virtual Interview Resources


ACGME Resources

ACGME is offering a Developing Faculty Competencies in Assessment Mini-Course, which is a series of two online mini-courses that provides an introduction to assessment and the Milestones.

To register for and take the courses, please visit: https://dl.acgme.org/pages/program-directors (click “Register Now” to create an account if you have not had one).

Feel free to distribute the information to your faculty members. Please note that this course is currently available for CME credit totaling 1.0.