The Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program is one of the largest in the United States. The critical care team consists of physicians, ethicists, pharmacists, dieticians, physiotherapists, respiratory therapists, social workers, chaplains, patient advocates, advanced nurse practitioners, physician assistants and quality improvement analysts. Critical care practitioners are engaged in nationwide initiatives (Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), Quality Improvement (QI), and Clinical Ethics) with one common mission: care for patients who experience life-threatening complications, which can result from surgical and medical interventions.
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We offer observer program curricula in our three core services: critical care medicine, pain medicine and anesthesiology.