Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship
The pediatric anesthesia subspecialty training program is a 12-month program designed to prepare physicians for the clinical practice of pediatric anesthesiology. Research opportunities are available and encouraged to assist those interested in a career in academic medicine.
The Children's Hospital Operating Rooms (CHOR) consists of a six-operating room suite with a separate PACU and admission area for children. We provide a diverse mix of clinical experiences, which includes care of the medically complex, critically-ill child and high-volume routine pediatric surgery cases. A variety of surgical, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures are performed on neonates, infants, children and adolescents. Fellows develop expertise as a perioperative physician through involvement in our Pediatric Preadmission Visit Program and the Pediatric Pain Service.
This fellowship program will allow individuals to develop clinical, teaching, administrative and research skills.
If you are interested in learning more about the Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship, please contact the Program Director:
J. Lance Lichtor, MD