Program Outcomes

This one-year, ACGME-accredited Adult Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program at the University of Florida prepares fellows to direct intensive care units & to manage all of the issues that arise in the care of adult critically ill surgical patients.

During the year, fellows:

  • Hone their understanding of the spectrum of critical surgical illness
  • Learn to recognize the critically ill patient who needs intensive postoperative care from the patient who does not require such care
  • Analyze the physiologic, neurologic, respiratory and hemodynamic instability of critically ill patients
  • Develop and implement patient care plans
  • Monitor neurologic status and provide improved care for critically ill patients
  • Enhance communication skills through teaching residents, leading teams & interacting with attending physicians, patients’ families, consultants & support services


  • Central lines & Arterial lines
  • Bronchoscopy
  • Pencutaneous Tracheostomy
  • Ultrasonography
  • Difficult Airway Management

CCM fellow performing a tracheotomy
CCM fellows in the sim lab