Critical Care Medicine Anesthesiology Fellowship
- Practice of the art of critical care medicine in a moral, ethical and professional manner worthy of Cedars-Sinai's model of lifelong professional excellence
- Promote the acquisition of new knowledge through clinical investigation and study
- Develop leadership and teaching skills required to manage an intensive care unit and multidisciplinary team
Educational Goals and Objectives
Specifically, fellows are required to achieve the following:
- Become an expert in delivery of comprehensive care to critically ill patients
- Perform bedside point-of-care ultrasound and basic echocardiography
- Become proficient in providing and coordinating multispecialty and interdisciplinary critical care delivery through exemplary communication and effective interaction with various disciplines
- Have a working knowledge of administration and management of an intensive care unit and its functions
- Become familiar with the basic components of, and issues pertaining to, clinical research
- Become certified in all of the following life support courses. (The Department of Anesthesiology will arrange and pay for all courses.)
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- Advanced Trauma Life Support; expected by end of training
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support; expected by end of training
- Attain technical and procedural skill required to provide comprehensive care to the critically ill patient, including percutaneous tracheostomy, thoracentesis, chest tube placement and echocardiography
We are proud to name so many esteemed physicians and highly regarded researchers, all representing nearly every major medical discipline, as members of the Critical Care Medicine Anesthesiology Fellowship training program leadership and faculty.
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