Surgical Critical Care Fellowship

Surgery Pic

Program Director: Dionne J. Blyden, M.D.
Program Coordinator: Deshira Davis

The fellowship in trauma and critical care surgery provides clinical, research, and teaching experience in the areas of critical care, nutritional support and trauma-emergency surgery that is substantially beyond the scope of a standard general surgery training program. Successful completion of the fellowship will allow the clinical fellow to be identified as having special training and expertise in these expanded important areas of surgical care.

The fellowship also provides exposure to the administrative activities of a busy Level I trauma center. The standard fellowship period is one year; however, a second year may be elected to provide additional clinical and research experience.

Surgical Critical Care

Years of training:

  • Critical Care - one year
  • Acute Care Surgery including Trauma optional - one additional year

Number of positions: Three

The fellowship in surgical critical care provides clinical, research, and teaching experience in the area of critical care that is substantially beyond the scope of a standard general surgery training program. Successful completion of the fellowship will allow the clinical fellow to be identified as having special training and expertise in the area of surgical critical care and to qualify for certification of added qualification in surgical critical care by the American Board of Surgery. The standard fellowship is of one-year duration. If the fellow desires an academic basis, another year may be elected to provide additional clinical and research experience.

Information for Applicants
Interested in applying to one of our programs?