The Pulmonary & Critical Care division offers two ACGME-accredited fellowships: a 3- or 4-year combined Pulmonary and Critical Care program and a 2-year Critical Care program.
Pulmonary/Critical Care Fellowship
Fellows in this program gain clinical and research experience in pulmonary and critical care medicine. Clinical rotations include the ICUs at Strong Memorial Hospital, Highland Hospital and F.F. Thompson Hospital; Pulmonary Function labs at Strong Memorial Hospital and Mary Parkes Center for Asthma, Allergy & Pulmonary Care; the UR Medicine Sleep Center; and the Interventional Bronchoscopy Clinic at Strong Memorial Hospital. Fellows will also have the opportunity to work in the lab with faculty in basic science and clinical research. This program also offers fellows a unique opportunity for a fourth year of training supported by a T32 training grant from the National Institutes of Health for multidisciplinary training in pulmonary research.
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Critical Care Fellowship
The critical care program is designed for candidates who anticipate devoting the majority of their future clinical effort to the treatment of patients admitted to intensive care units. Through cross-disciplinary experiences in the medical, surgical, burn/trauma, neuromedicine, and cardiac ICUs at Strong Memorial Hospital and in the mixed medical-surgical ICUs at Highland Hospital and F.F. Thompson Hospital, our fellows graduate ready to care for any critically ill patient they encounter regardless of diagnosis or setting. In addition to becoming clinically excellent intensivists, our trainees actively participate in academic projects that develop their skills as leaders who improve patient care at a systems level through educational, quality improvement, and research initiatives.
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Critical Care Fellowship For Advanced Practice Providers
The University of Rochester Medical Center APP Critical Care Medicine Fellowship is a twelve-month post graduate NP/PA Fellowship program which involves training in all aspects of Critical Care Medicine. This is an intensive clinical program which will prepare NP's and PA's to develop the procedural skills and clinical knowledge necessary for managing critically ill and critically injured patients. The program includes exposure to critically ill and injured patients in each of the adult ICUs (Surgical, Neuromedicine, Cardiovascular, Medical, Burn/Trauma) as well as exposure to a number of specialties caring for critically ill patients.
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