The Anesthesia Critical Care Fellowship is a one-year ACGME accredited fellowship program affiliated with Harvard Medical School and based at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. BIDMC’s mission is to practice high quality clinical care, contribute leading research, provide outstanding teaching efforts, and to contribute to the surrounding community. The educational goals of the Critical Care Fellowship are to train our fellows to provide complete care of critically ill patients, function as a leader of a multidisciplinary health care team providing such care, have a working knowledge of the administration and management of a critical care unit, be able to critically appraise the literature as it pertains to critical care medicine, and have a basic understanding and facility with the principles of research in critical care medicine.
Our fellowship graduates enjoy tremendous success in their professional lives. Our alumni have reached excellent placement in both private practice and academic medicine. Our Fellows’ successes reflect positively on their Anesthesia Critical Care Training at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Program Features :
13 Weeks of elective/research time
Dedicated fellow-level weekly multidisciplinary didactic lectures and journal clubs covering the Critical Care Core Curriculum
Bedside ultrasonography and echocardiography