Perioperative Medicine Fellowship

Perioperative Medicine Fellowship

The Fellowship in Perioperative Medicine at UCLA is a non-ACGME Fellowship organized into a program of rotations and educational experiences, both mandatory and elective, designed to provide each fellow with the opportunity to learn about perioperative medicine with a concentration on the PSH, ERAS, and perioperative management (clinical and administrative).

Learning in the areas listed below is accomplished through daily work in the perioperative environment, rounding, lectures, seminars, reading, research, committee work and time spent with experts and leaders from various departments at UCLA Health and the David Geffen School of Medicine.

The fellowship is 12 months in length, but may be modified at the discretion of the Program Director with the fellow's agreement. The fellowship is flexibly tailored to each candidate, based on individual needs and desires, and upon the current needs of the department. Fellows will complete and submit an approved project in an area of interest, which will be presented to the department at a Grand Rounds prior to graduation from the program.

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Prerequisites:

Candidates for the fellowship are sought from physicians who are board certified or board eligible in anesthesiology, or anesthesiology residents currently in their CA-3 year of training.

How To Apply:

  1. Completed Fellowship Application (PDF)
  2. Curriculum vitae including a list of publications
  3. Personal Statement
  4. Three letters of recommendation by physicians who are familiar with you professionally and personally (one must be from your Residency Program Director)
  5. Dean's Letter/Medical Student Performance Evaluation
  6. Copy of Medical School Diploma (or letter from medical school with official seal verifying date of graduation; international medical graduates should include a notarized English translation)
  7. Copy of Medical School Transcripts (international medical graduates should include a notarized English translation)
  8. Copy of Valid ECFMG Certificate (if international medical graduate)
  9. Copy of Valid State of California Medical License (if practicing in California)
  10. Copy of DEA License (if practicing)
  11. Copy of USMLE Step 1, 2, and 3 scores
  12. Copy of In-Training Examination scores
  13. Copy of ABA Basic Examination Result Letter
  14. Wallet-Sized Photo (Requested Prior to Interview)

Please be aware that all candidates who are selected for the program must clear a security background check.

Applicants should use the following document naming convention: Applicant’s Last Name, Applicant’s First Name - Document Title (ex: Bruin, Joe - CV)

All supporting documents should be submitted electronically to Lucine Torosian, Fellowship Programs Coordinator, at [email protected].

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