Critical Care Medicine
Director: Peter J. Papadakos, M.D., F.C.C.M., F.C.C.P.
The fellowship in Critical Care Medicine is open to candidates with a background in Anesthesiology, Surgery, or Internal Medicine. The one-year fellowship is based in the intensive care units of Strong Memorial Hospital and Highland Hospital.
Elective programs in hospitalist medicine are provided by Unity Hospital. In addition to general surgical cases, the fellow is exposed to cardiothoracic, medical, burn, transplant, OB/GYN, neurosurgical, and trauma patients. Two-month elective rotations and research options are also available. The Division of Critical Care has an international reputation and is involved in research in the areas of septic shock, systemic inflammatory response, adult respiratory distress syndrome and evidence-based medicine.
The fellow is exposed to a multidisciplinary environment and a combined educational program with Medicine and Surgery, with multiple role models in critical care. The fellowship is accredited by the ACGME and fulfills the requirements for subspecialty board in all the parent boards.
For more information on applying for a Fellowship, please contact Cathy Ercolamento at 585-275-2143.
Dr.'s Joseph Dooley and Peter Papadakos