Residency Program Overview
Residency candidates may apply for a categorical position, an advanced position, or both. For those matching in one of our categorical positions, the PGY-1 year exposes residents to surgical and medical subspecialties, as well as rotations in critical care, emergency medicine and anesthesiology. This experience in clinical medicine will form the foundation upon which subsequent training in anesthesiology can occur.
Candidates who possess an MD or DO degree and have completed a residency/ intern year may also apply for any unfilled CA- 1 positions (also known as a reserved for physician only position), however all slots will be filled through the Match.
The resident receives a focused experience in regional anesthesia during the Block Rotation.
Each year, residents have the opportunity to devote a portion of their CA-3 year to a six-month rotation on the Clinical Scientist Track (CST).
Residency Research Opportunities
As a resident, you'll have the opportunity to participate in various clubs and programs, attend Grand Rounds, conferences, and departmental addresses.
Residents are assessed by faculty, fellow residents and nurses. They are evaluated in the spectrum of the six ACGME core competencies.