Surgical Critical Care Fellowship

The surgical critical care fellowship is composed of a one-year training program housed at  the only University based quaternary medical center in Oregon, in addition to being  one of two Level 1 trauma centers in Portland.  The fellow will spend 10 months of the year devoted to advanced educational and clinical activities related to the care of critically ill patients and to the administration of critical care units. Elective rotations span two months, which may include dedicated research.  Six of the 10 months will be spent in the Trauma and Neurosurgery unit at OHSU.  Opportunities for the additional four clinical months are available on pediatric and adult intensive care units at the University, VA and Doernbecher hospitals.

The Surgical Critical Care Fellowship program is eligible to those who have completed at least three clinical years in an accredited graduate educational program in the disciplines of general surgery, neurosurgery, urology, or obstetrics and gynecology.

Application Process


Learn more about the Surgical Critical Care fellowship program and application process