OHSU

Critical Care Fellowship

Thank you for your interest in our Anesthesiology Critical Care Medicine (CCM) fellowship program.

This program offers two 1-year ACGME-accredited fellowship positions in Critical Care Medicine. Our program is participating in the SOCCA Fellowship Match through SF Match. For best consideration, applications should be submitted no later than March 1, 2015.

The OHSU Anesthesia Critical Care Medicine fellowship offers trainees the opportunity to learn critical care in a variety of general and specialized high-volume, high-acuity ICUs.  Core rotations adhere to ABA and ACGME guidelines and are done in the Cardiothoracic ICU, Neurosciences ICU and VA Surgical ICU.  ICU electives in Medical, Pediatric, Trauma and General Surgical ICUs are also available.  Critical care education is enhanced with elective rotations tailored to the interests of the individual fellow.  Some of the more popular elective opportunities include nephrology, radiology, palliative care, scholarly activity, medical ethics, echo and heart failure.  Research opportunities abound in our department, which ranks in the top ten in the country for NIH funding. 

Multidisciplinary critical care didactic conferences occur on a daily basis for the first six weeks of the academic year, then weekly for the remainder of the year.  Monthly conferences include a topic centered presentation and journal club, and a hands-on echo conference. 

Our department plays a significant role in Critical Care Medicine at OHSU.  We are a 501 bed hospital and have 80 adult ICU beds in total with five adult ICU teams at the University hospital, and two additional ICUs at our affiliated VA Hospital.       

  • 17 bed trauma unit      
  • 20 bed cardiosurgical unit         
  • 17 bed neurosurgical unit         
  • 26 bed Medical ICU  

All of our core units operate as closed type ICUs, with emphasis on multidisciplinary and collaborative care. As OHSU is the ultimate referral center for Oregon and several neighboring regions, exposure to high acuity and clinically complex case material is abundant.

Portland is a beautiful city which holds many attractions.  Located near mountains and beaches, many consider this to be a perfect place to live.  The city has art, culture, and all the amenities of much larger cities, while maintaining easy access to outdoor activities and a high quality of life.

 

Miko Enomoto, MD
Critical Care Medicine Program Director

Prospective Fellows

To apply, please complete: Additionally, please arrange for the submission of:
  • 3 letters of recommendation (including one from your residency program director)
  • Dean's Letter
  • Transcripts (unofficial/copies accepted)
  • USMLE and/or COMLEX scores (unofficial/copies accepted)

Please submit completed application packets to:

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Education manager at (503) 418-4164.

Title IX Compliance

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