Yes, the Review Committee must be notified of the new site through ADS.
The resident experience described will presumably be temporary and used to meet the educational need created by the pandemic. However, if the experience will extend beyond one month and is required of residents, information regarding the new site must be added in ADS.
Common Program Requirement I.B.4. states, “The program director must submit any additions or deletions of participating sites routinely providing an educational experience, required for all residents, of one-month full time equivalent or more through the ACGME Accreditation Data System (ADS).” (Core) For required participating sites, the program must monitor the clinical and working environment (CPR I.B.3.) and identify a site director (CPR I.B.3.a)). For each participating site, the residents who rotate there must know their responsibilities for reporting patient safety events and the method for reporting those events. (CPR VI.A.1.a).(3).(a))