Lee Buenconsejo-Lum, MD, FAAFP
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Professor of Family Medicine & Community Health
Designated Institutional Official (DIO)
(Photo courtesy of Brad Goda Photography)
Office of the DIO
The Office of the DIO is a structure within the Office of the Dean of JABSOM that provides the institutional oversight for GME and is responsible for the effective operations of the Sponsoring Institution’s Residency and Fellowship Programs, which includes but is not limited to establishing and maintaining a working relationship with Hawaiʻi Residency Program’s (HRP) governing body, management, administrative staff, and Residents. The DIO is the executive head of the ODIO and responsible for its daily operations. In addition to the DIO, the ODIO leadership is made up of the Deputy DIO, Assistant DIO, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, and liaison support provided by HRP. UH JABSOM Residents and Fellows are welcome to submit comments/questions to the GME office by clicking on the link below. This should NOT contain any confidential patient information; nor should it be used for any such purpose related to patient information.
Annual Institutional Review Summary 2016-2017
Annual Institutional Review Summary 2017-2018
Annual Institutional Review Summary 2018-2019
Annual Institutional Review Summary 2019-2020
JABSOM GME programs are accredited by the Accredited Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). For more information regarding our public accreditation information, click on the link and enter the Sponsor Code = 140439. ACMGE Sponsor Search Website.
Other members of the Office of the DIO
For more information regarding our GME office, please contact Crystal Costa, Program Specialist, email@example.com or by phone, (808) 692-0989.
To provide feedback related to GME anonymously, please click HERE.