Goal of Rotations:
The fellowship includes the ACGME approved Surgical Critical Care Residency and elements of ACS and Trauma as outlined in the ACS curriculum.

PGY-6 (Surgical Critical Care Year)

Burns:  Fellows will participate in inpatient, outpatient, pre and post hospital care of patients with thermal injury & other life threatening wounds.

Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU): The Fellows will manage the patients in the surgical intensive care unit including preoperative, operative, and postoperative management as appropriate.

Trauma Surgery (TICU): Fellow will participate in comprehensive care of trauma and emergency general surgery patients on a graduated progression of responsibility basis. Fellow will make rounds and review in the intensive care unit in patients with the attending staff.

Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU): The Fellows will participate in the management and assessment of the preoperative, operative, and postoperative care of the patients in the Medical Intensive Care Unit.

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU):  The Fellows will acquire specialized expertise and knowledge in pediatric intensive care.

Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit (CT ICU): Fellows will participate in the per-operative management of cardiothoracic patients with critical illnesses.




Thoracic Surgery:  Provide the fellow with the ability to diagnose and manage disorders of the central nervous system that fall within the arena of general surgery.

Vascular Surgery: The fellow on the vascular service and will be proficient and accountable for all activities on the service. The assumption of authority and responsibility for patient care, teaching, and administration requires the chief resident to develop judgment and interpersonal skills.

Trauma Surgery:




Orthopedic Surgery: Develop the ability to manage preoperative, operative, and postoperative care of surgical patients with orthopedic disorders.