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Critical Care Surgery Fellowship

This is a one year ACGME approved fellowship that will result in board certification by the American Board of Surgery.  Fellows will rotate through pediatric surgery, neonatology, pediatric intensive care, cardiac intensive care and an adult surgical critical care unit.  Candidates must have completed at least three years of surgical training in an ACGME approved residency.  Candidates who have completed a surgical residency will be preferred.

The fellowship is designed to provide enhanced surgical critical care education to anyone who is interested in pediatric surgical critical care.  Operative and non-operative experience is provided.

For further information, please contact:
Faisal G. Qureshi
Program Director, Pediatric Surgical Critical Care
Childrens National Medical Center
fqureshi@childrensnational.org
202-476-2151

Or Mildred Williams
Program Coordinator, Pediatric Surgical Critical Care
Childrens National Medical Center
mwwillia@childrensnational.org
202-476-2151
 


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