Due to a last-minute change, a single position in the one-year fellowship in acute care surgery (trauma surgery, emergency general surgery, elective general surgery, trauma systems and clinical investigation) is now available at Johns Hopkins University.
Acting as attending surgeons with appointments as clinical instructors at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, acute care surgery fellows treat remarkably ill and injured patients and teach surgical residents. Fellows commonly perform more than 200 major cases as the primary surgeon over the course of the year. The acute care surgery fellowship at Johns Hopkins University has evolved to train surgeons to meet the need for trauma and emergency general surgical evaluation and treatment.
The fellowship requires American Board of Surgery certification or eligibility in general surgery and may be completed in conjunction with, following, or separate from a surgical critical care fellowship. Due to the short time available for credentialing, US citizenship or permanent resident status and the ability to obtain an unrestricted Maryland medical license is mandatory for this position. While the ideal applicant would be available to start the fellowship in August 2020, all applicants able to start during the 2020-2021 academic year will be considered.
For further information, please contact and provide an up-to-date CV to the fellowship director: Christian Jones, MD, MS, FACS Division of Acute Care Surgery Department of Surgery Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 1800 Orleans St Ste 6107 Baltimore, MD 21287 410-955-2244 [email protected]
Jun 10, 2020