AGH Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
This one-year fellowship is open to applicants who have completed a general surgery residency. Fellows specialize in caring for patients with acute, life-threatening or potentially life-threatening conditions. The fellowship incorporates knowledge and skills of non-operative techniques for supportive care for critically ill patients. It also fosters a broad understanding of the relationship between critical surgical illness and surgical procedures. Advanced knowledge and skills enable surgical critical care physicians to provide comprehensive care to critically ill patients in all age groups. Allegheny General Hospital will begin training one surgical critical care fellow per year, starting in 2016.
For further details, please contact:
Denise Wisniewski, Coordinator
Allegheny General Hospital
320 East North Avenue
Fifth Floor, South Tower, Suite 592
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Each year, the Allegheny General Hospital Level I Trauma Center sponsors a Trauma Symposium for physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals who care for trauma patients. During this event, attendees learn about advances currently being made in trauma care and discuss best practices and useful approaches in managing trauma. The Trauma Symposium is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education for CME credit for a wide range of disciplines.