National Capital Consortium Dermatology Residency Program Director

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Here is the announcement/recruitment letter for the Program Director position for the NCC Dermatology Residency.

The memorandum to the Surgeons General requests the widest dissemination of the announcement to ensure that all physicians desiring an assignment as a Program Director have the opportunity to apply.

Also attached is the DoD Policy and Selection Criteria for GME Program Directors, as well as the ACGME requirements for this position.

Please ensure this message reaches all DoD physicians who may meet the criteria for GME Program Directors.

Please note: Applicants are required to submit a CV and Letter of Intent to apply for the position to me at Joel.M.Schofer.mil@mail.mil by COB 14 AUG 2020.

  • An applicant’s CV must include a section about faculty development activities that they have done.
  • An applicant’s CV must demonstrate at least 3 years of documented education and/or administrative experience, as well as ongoing clinical activity in the (sub)specialty for which they are applying.
  • An applicant’s CV must demonstrate current board certification in the (sub)specialty in which they are applying. Current medical licensure must also be documented on the CV.
  • An applicant’s CV must demonstrate current ongoing scholarly activity.
  • The Letter of intent must include the candidate’s level of commitment to GME and the Program Director position, including the number of years they are willing to serve, and that if selected, that they will accept the position.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jerri Curtis, M.D. via e-mail at:

jerri dot curtis at usuhs dot edu

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