The Johns Hopkins Postgraduate Critical Care Residency for Physician Assistants (PA) is a one-year, postgraduate training program.
The program prepares qualified PAs with the evidence based knowledge, technical skills, and critical thinking abilities required to provide adult multi-disciplinary and compassionate critical care services.
Why Apply to the Johns Hopkins Critical Care PA Residency Program?
Make a Difference
Our program will allow you to manage acute and critically ill patients. Following the program, you will become well-rounded in all aspects of patient management.
Develop close mentorships as you work alongside an experienced team of physicians, fellows, chief residents and other medical professionals.
You will follow a similar schedule of a surgical MD resident, allowing you to gain hands-on experience while providing the best of care for patients.
Our Critical Care PA Residency program will help you develop a variety of in-demand skills in a competitive field. We also offer potential employment following completion of the program.
Meet Our FacultyCritical Care PA Residency Faculty
Learn from our experienced team of providers in critical care.
Patricia Boran, MMS, PA-C (Program Director)
Adam Sapirstein, M.D. (Interim Director of the Department of Anesthesiology & Critical Care Medicine)
Kathleen Michelle Tyson, M.D.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Postgraduate Critical Care Residency for Physician Assistants
Attn: Residency Coordinator
600 North Wolfe Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21287
Email: [email protected]
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