The Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is comprised of Board Certified Pediatric Critical Care physicians with a broad set of expertise. They are primarily responsible for coverage of our 24 bed multidisciplinary Pediatric Intensive Care Unit located at Holtz Children’s Hospital/Jackson Memorial Medical Center. The Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine also performs deep procedural sedation, plus offers coverage for our Pediatric Cardiac ICU and support for the Pediatric Palliative Care team. They provide mentorship for the ACGME accredited pediatric critical care fellowship program (eight positions) at Holtz Children’s Hospital. The Division members are actively involved in the Pediatric Residency Training Program and provide mentorship for the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Medical School students.
In addition, all faculties play an integral role in participating in academic research which is focused upon bridging the gap between basic science bench work and the clinical bedside. The faculty frequently participates in multi-institutional investigations to maintain a high profile in the field of pediatric critical care medicine and aim for excellence in clinical family centered patient care. The PCCM fellows rotate through the Pediatric Critical Care service, the Pediatric Cardiac ICU service and the Procedural sedation service. Fellows can carve out time during the fellowship for electives in Pediatric Palliative Care, Poison Center, Trauma ICU, or NICU, depending on their long term plans. Our fellows offer 24-hour, in-house coverage and are expected to respond and assist in pediatric trauma cases presenting to the Ryder Trauma Center; and respond to any pediatric cardiac arrests. The fellows are a key resource to the pediatric residents and also offer consultations for assessment, stabilization and possible transfer of pediatric patients.
ACGME Accredited: Yes
Residents or Fellows per year: 3
Duration: 3 years
Postgraduate Training Required: No
U.S. Citizenship Required: No, we accept J-1 visa, H-1B visa
- Jackson Memorial Hospital
Applicant must be actively enrolled in an ACGME accredited Pediatric Residency Training program, or they must have completed their pediatric training in an ACGME accredited program.
The requirements for successful completion of the training program are identical to those requirements posted by the American Board of Pediatrics for Sub-Specialty training.
Please refer to jacksonhealth.org for general requirements for employment at Jackson Health System.
Application starts July 15
Our program participates in the NRMP Match. Applications for fellowship must be submitted through The Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
Completed application, submitted via ERAS includes:
- Completed application including photograph
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Personal statement
- Medical school transcript
- USMLE Scores
- Letter of recommendation from the Pediatric Residency Program Director
- Three additional letters of recommendation
- ECFMG certificate (international graduates only)
- Pediatric Residency Completion Certificate (upon entering program)
- Should have passed Step 3 to be considered for interview
Board Exam Requirements
Board certified or Board eligible in General pediatrics