- To be eligible, applicants must have completed an ACGME-accredited residency program.
- To apply, register for the SF Match Program online at sfmatch.org.
- Application packages must be uploaded on the SF Match website.
- Application packages should include an application (available on the SF Match website), a personal statement and three letters of recommendation.
- Application packages should be submitted by April 15. Results are announced through the SF Match system in early June.
Critical Care Anesthesiology (CCA) Fellowship Match
All CCA programs use the San Francisco Match program. For information about the match program and how to register, please visit the San Francisco Matching Program website. Registrations for the match program begin in November. The Department also offers a two-year Adult Combined Cardiothoracic and Critical Care (CTCC) Fellowship. If you are interested in this 2-year program, the application process is the same as for the CCM program. In your personal statement, add that you are interested in the 2-year CTCC fellowship program.
- Register for the Match Program via SF Matching Program website where there is a $50 non-refundable applicant registration fee that covers registration and matching. Follow website instruction in reference to managing your account/profile for the match website.
- All application materials must be uploaded through SF Match. These materials include the application, personal statement, current curriculum vita, minimum of 3 letters of recommendation, copy of visa information (if applicable), copy of ECFMG Certificate (if applicable), and copies of USMLE (1,2 & 3) score reports.
How to Contact Us
If you’re interested in a Fellowship in critical care, we invite you to contact us. You may do so in the following ways:
Brenda Fahy, MD, MCCM
Director, CCM Fellowship Program
Gainesville, FL 32610-0254
Our program is available to board eligible or certified anesthesiologists, surgeons, emergency medicine physicians, and internists. Per ACGME requirements, we are only able to accept J-1 visa holders who are trained in anesthesiology, and who are therefore eligible to sit for the Board Exam through the American Board of Anesthesiology. See the Fellowship application for further detail.