While you may not be required to train residents during their internship, some facilities do have that option. If you are comfortable, that's great. If you are not, don't be afraid to tell the interviewer. Not everyone wants to take on an educator role. It is better to be upfront now, rather than having to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable later.
"I would love an opportunity to have an intern work with me. I had great experiences with the physicians that I did rotation with and would love an opportunity to give someone else that kind of experience."
"I think being able to precept interns is a great opportunity. I must admit, at this point in my career, I would like to gain a little more independent experience before i jumped right into the educator role. However, I am certainly interested in having the chance when I am able to become a little more experienced."
"Having interns with me is something I really enjoy. If your facility has a mentorship program or offers opportunities for staff physicians to precept interns, I would definitely be on board with that!"