The Regional Fellowship Program consists of 12 months specialty training for qualified physicians who have completed an accredited Anesthesiology residency. Preference is given to mature individuals with interest in regional anesthesia, a sub-specialty focused on the perioperative management of patients receiving neuraxial or peripheral neural blockade for anesthesia or analgesia. Fellowship training should be concerned with the development of expertise in the practice and theory of regional anesthesiology and acute pain management techniques, and the understanding of the related physiology and pharmacology.
ACGME Accredited: No
Residents or Fellows per year: Two
Duration: One Year
Postgraduate Training Required: Yes
U.S. Citizenship Required: No
Must have successfully completed an ACGME-accredited program in anesthesiology
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Applicants must have successfully completed an ACGME-accredited program in anesthesiology, be in good standing in the prerequisite program and must have passed step 3 of the USMLE. Applicants must have a current and valid Florida Medical License or must be eligible to be registered upon appointment.
Maria-Cristina Albornoz-Wells, Program Coordinator
Phone: (305) 585-1191
Fax: (305) 545-6195