• University of Florida

    United States, Gainesville, Florida
    Institution Information
    Hospital: University of Florida
    Address: 1600 SW Archer Road
    Gainesville, Florida 32610
    website: https://general.surgery.med.ufl.edu/education/surgical-critical-care-residency/
    Fellowship Information
    Compliance: AAST Approved ACS | ACGME Approved SCC
    Fellowship Type: Surgical Critical Care Only
    Number of Years: 1
    Number of Positions: 4
    Description: The University of Florida Surgical Critical Care Residency offers a dynamic 12-month, multidisciplinary training program by a team of critical care specialists at UF Health Shands Hospital, which is a Level I trauma center and tertiary surgical referral center serving north and central Florida, as well as southern Georgia. 120 combined critical care beds include the trauma ICU (TICU), surgical ICU (SICU), neuro ICU (NICU) and burn ICU (BICU). In collaboration with the surgical services, the critical care teams manage 3,500 critically ill patients across trauma surgery, burn surgery, emergency general surgery, surgical oncology, pancreas-biliary surgery, bariatric surgery, neurosurgery, orthopedics, obstetrics and gynecology, vascular surgery, otolaryngology, urology, plastic surgery and transplantation surgery. Primary learning objectives include, but are not limited to, advanced airway management, critical care ultrasonography (ex. FAST, TTE, TEE, ultrasound guided procedures), bedside procedures such as percutaneous tracheostomy, tube thoracostomy, vascular access, trauma and postoperative resuscitation, as well as sepsis, ARDS, and renal failure management.
    Program Director Information
    Name: Alicia Mohr, MD
    Address: 1600 SW Archer Road
    United States
    Gainesville, FL 32610
    Phone: (352) 273-5670
    Email: james.hughes@surgery.ufl.edu

    Published on: 05/30/2018
    Last Revised on: 07/22/2020

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