Our fellowship emphasizes expert training in state-of-the-art regional anesthesia techniques and multimodal strategies for acute pain management. Cedars-Sinai’s Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Fellowship Program was one of the first in the country to become ACGME-accredited.
Our mission is to continue to expand our program and sustain our stellar quality of care and standing as one of the top programs in the country. This mission will be aided by our high volume of surgical cases, hospitalwide integration of regional anesthesia techniques into acute pain management for our diverse surgical specialty cases, and the variety and complexity of our patients’ treatment needs. The educational benefits that come from our well-integrated clinical demand for regional anesthesia paired with our immersive and comprehensive didactic curriculums that incorporate advanced regional anesthesia techniques, are reinforced through comprehensive ultrasound workshops and our use of live models in our Simulation Center. We utilize the latest technologies and techniques that center around ultrasound guidance and placement of continuous perineural catheters for inpatients and home use.
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Appointees must qualify for their respective boards in anesthesia. Possession of a full and unrestricted license to practice as a physician in the state of California is an absolute requirement. If you are unsure as to your qualifications to obtain this license, you may get the specifics from:
Residents who wish to apply for the Cedars-Sinai Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Fellowship must submit an application along with four references, including one from their residency program director and two from anesthesiology faculty members with whom the resident has worked within the last two years. Additional references are accepted.
Applications must be submitted and received between Oct. 17, 2021, and March 17, 2022, and interviews will be held from March 2 to May 12, 2022.
Other requirements, along with the application and four references, include
This program uses the common application (PDF). Interested parties may download the application and email their application and required documents to:
Patrick Jurado, Program/Project Coordinator
Chamnan Nann, Program Coordinator
Isaac Lorenzo, Administrative Assistant
Feb 01, 2022
Los Angeles, California