Residency Training Program

The aim of the Residency Training Program is to enable each resident to develop his or her skills to the highest capacity. We accomplish this by providing an in-depth didactic program, a wide variety of clinical experiences and outstanding teaching and mentorship. We also provide opportunity for research at all levels of training. Upon completion of our program, graduates can confidently take their places in academic or community practice and be successful contributors to the health care team.

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Residency Program Overview

The Residency Training Program at Yale-New Haven Hospital consists of a four-year continuum of education in anesthesiology as approved by the American Board of Anesthesiology. This includes one year...

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Resident Life

As seriously as we take our work, we recognize that everyone – faculty, trainees and other staff – live full lives and have responsibilities and interests outside the hospital, lab and classroom. We...

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Apply to the Residency Program

The Resident Program at Yale participates in the electronic application process sponsored by the American Association of Medical Colleges. Apply here.
 

Residency Administration

       

Jeffrey J Schwartz

Associate Professor of Anesthesiology
Director, Residency Program
Chairman, Morbidity and Mortality Committee

       

Adriana Herrera

Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology
Associate Director, Residency Program

       

Abraham L.Z. Mandel

Associate Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology
Director Emeritus, Residency Program

       

Michelle B Cybart

Residency Coordinator