Yale New haven Hospital has open positions for their UCNS-accredited Neurocritical Care Fellowship to start on July 1, 2021.
Training in the Neuro ICU at YNHH, fellows will work with a team of UCNS certified board eligible Neuro ICU faculty, APRNs/PAs, neurology, neurosurgery residents, and critical care fellows. Additional core required rotations in the medical, surgical, and multi-trauma ICUs build proficiency in the medical management of general critical care patients. Procedural skills include core procedures outlined by UCNS guidelines; fellows are expected to maintain a procedural log to verify competency.
Fellows will also participate in a nationally recognized cEEG-ICU program co-led by Drs. Emily Gilmore & Lawrence Hirsch. Critical care medicine curricula provided by the Critical Care Medicine and Trauma Critical Care Fellowship programs includes lectures, teaching conferences, journal clubs, grand rounds. Fellows will become proficient in the management of a wide range of neurological and general critical care patients.
Must be eligible for and possess a U.S. State Medical License on the start date of the fellowship (July Because of this requirement, applicants who have attended a non-U.S. medical school must have completed at least one year of training in internal medicine or surgery in an ACGME-approved residency training program in the United States. In addition, residency training in neurology, neurosurgery, anesthesiology, general surgery, emergency medicine, or internal medicine is required. For a 1-year position, depending on residency training, other requirements may apply.
For interested applicants, please send the following documents to Cathy Corso, Sr. Admin Assit Neuro ICU at [email protected]:
Jul 01, 2020
New Haven, Connecticut