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Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

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  • Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Leslie Carter; lcarter2@jhmi.edu

    The Division of Cardiac Anesthesia offers a one-year Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited cardiothoracic fellowship following the completion of three years of clinical anesthesia. The division provides anesthesia for approximately 1,200-1,400 cases per year. including coronary artery bypass procedures, valve replacement and repair, pediatric and congenital disease related procedures, ventricular assist device insertion, heart and lung transplantation, transcutaneous aortic valve implantation and major aortic surgery.

    Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Program Details

    Program Director

    Megan P. Kostibas, M.D.

    • Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
    • Associate Fellowship Program Director, Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowship
  • Adult Critical Care Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Leslie Carter; lcarter2@jhmi.edu

    The overriding principle of Johns Hopkins’ adult critical care fellowship is that one does not specialize but “generalize” in critical care medicine. This multidisciplinary tenet resounds through all levels of this fellowship program. It reflects a cross-disciplinary perspective that is integrated with the Department of Surgery’s fellowship in critical care medicine and highlights a significant commitment to critical care medicine as an independent subspecialty.

    Adult Critical Care Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Lee A. Goeddel, M.D., M.P.H.

    • Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
  • Liver Transplant Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: Not Applicable
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Tekeia Billinger-Bey; tringgo2@jhmi.edu

    The liver transplant anesthesiology fellowship program trains academic leaders in liver transplantation and the management of complex patients requiring surgery through the acquisition of advanced perioperative care management skills and active participation in QI projects. The program emphasizes liver transplants; however, other cases of particular educational benefit are given a priority. Fellows have priority in case selection in a busy tertiary academic medical center and have a key role in supervising residents on these cases.

    Liver Transplant Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    William T. Merritt, M.B.A., M.D.

    • Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
    • Associate Professor of Surgery
    • Director, Anesthesia Liver Transplant Division
    • Head, Johns Hopkins Hospital Liver Transplant Anesthesia
    • Head, Transplant Anesthesia Group
  • Obstetric Anesthesia Fellowship

    • Locations: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Crystal Solera; csolera1@jhmi.edu

    A diversity of patients and obstetric disease, coupled with superior clinical expertise provides the backbone for our clinical fellowship training in obstetric anesthesia. Together, our hospital and the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center perform over 4,000 deliveries annually. Obstetric fellows have the opportunity to participate in the education of our residents as well as consult and collaborate with our obstetric team.

    Obstetric Anesthesia Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Gillian R. Isaac, M.D., Ph.D.

    • Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
  • Pain Medicine Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Crystal Solera; csolera1@jhmi.edu

    The pain medicine fellowship of the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine has trained fellows who occupy leadership positions as division directors and research directors for pain and anesthesiology, as well as clinician leaders in private practice across the United States. We provide a clinically oriented, multidisciplinary and ACGME-accredited training environment with outstanding faculty who continue The Johns Hopkins Hospital’s rich history for excellence in patient care, research and teaching.

    Pain Medicine Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Peju O. Adekoya, M.D.

    • Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
    • Fellowship Program Director, Division of Chronic Pain Medicine
  • Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Wanda Franklin; wmarti18@jhmi.edu

    The pediatric anesthesia fellowship is a one-year ACGME-approved fellowship program designed to prepare the individual for an academic or private practice career in pediatric anesthesiology. This combination of clinical, teaching and research activities provides the best preparation for a career in pediatric anesthesia. A two-year non-ACGME fellowship can be arranged, depending upon exposure to research.

    Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Scotty Dingeman, M.D.

    • Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
  • Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 3 years
    • Program Contact: Wanda Franklin; wmarti18@jhmi.edu

    The pediatric critical care experience at The Johns Hopkins Hospital provides for a broad multidisciplinary exposure to the many facets of pediatric critical care medicine. The pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) is a 40-bed unit with a balance of medical and surgical patients. Johns Hopkins Children’s Center is the pediatric trauma and transplant center (heart, liver, kidney) in our region, with the largest cardiac surgery extracorporeal membrane oxygenation program in the state of Maryland and an active critical care transport team.

    Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Jennifer J. Schuette, M.D., M.S.

    • Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
    • Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
    • Director, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Fellowship
  • Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Crystal Solera; csolera1@jhmi.edu

    The acute pain medicine and regional anesthesia fellowship helps fellows to develop the skills and knowledge to perform basic, intermediate and advanced regional nerve blocks. Graduates will be experts in the management of acute pain in the perioperative and peritrauma period, will have developed the knowledge and skills necessary to be a valued consultant in the perioperative management of acute and acute-on-chronic pain, along with expertise in the performance of peripheral nerve and central neuraxial blocks.

    Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Kara G. Segna, M.D.

    • Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
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