Our Sub-Specialty fellowships
This fellowship offers a focused and comprehensive 12-month training program that generally follows the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Fellowship guidelines.
Our CT anesthesia fellowship is an ACGME-accredited program which includes rotations in CT Anesthesia, TEE, the CICU, and elective rotations to fulfill the overall fellowship training requirement.
This fellowship creates a single streamlined and integrated 24-month program from the required elements of two separate 1-year fellowship programs.
This one-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship program prepares fellows to direct intensive care units and to manage all of the issues that arise in the care of adult critically ill surgical patients.
The main goal of the Endoscopic Spine Fellowship is to provide comprehensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic spinal pathologies. This training will include patient care, research (if applicable) and education.
This fellowship specializes in the training of consultants in the perioperative care of patients with diseases affecting the nervous system, by emphasizing a thorough understanding of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology and the impact of surgical approaches.
This one-year fellowship produces physicians who are not only technically skilled in interventional pain management, but become leaders in the field, including all aspects of acute and chronic pain in ambulatory and hospitalized patients.
The goal of this one-year ACGME-accredited fellowship is graduating physicians who are technically skilled in the care of pediatric patients, and who will become leaders in the field through education, research, and innovation.