Perioperative Anesthesiology  Residency

Perioperative Anesthesiology Residency

Residents from Harvard-affiliated institutions (Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center), local hospitals (Boston University Medical Center, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital), and occasionally hospitals outside of the Boston area spend between one to three months at a time in the department, participating in clinical care of the full spectrum of pediatric patients with regard to age, severity of primary and co-existing diseases, and complexity of surgery in the perioperative environment.

Founded in 1869, Boston Children’s Hospital has blossomed into a 397-bed pediatric health care center that cares for local, regional, national, and international patients. The hospital’s medical staff — more than 1,000 staff physicians and 1,200 trainees — cares for more than 500,000 patients annually, including performing more than 29,000 surgical procedures — and delivers 35,000 anesthetics each year.

All rotating anesthesiology residents participate in clinical care of the full spectrum of pediatric patients with regard to age, severity of primary and co-existing diseases, and complexity of surgery in the perioperative environment. Whether this rotation is your core or advanced rotation at Boston Children’s Hospital, residents can expect a thorough experience managing the unique anesthetic concerns of children from neonates to adolescents including their specific physiology, anatomy, and pharmacologic needs.

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How To Apply:

We are currently accepting applications on a rolling basis. All residents interested the Advanced Pediatric Anesthesiology Rotation must submit the following items:

  1. Short Personal Statement: One or two paragraphs outlining your reasons for pursing an elective rotation in pediatric anesthesia at Boston Children’s Hospital.
  2. Letter of Recommendation from your Residency Program Director or Division Chief of Pediatric Anesthesia
  3. Optional: Curriculum Vitae showing your research experience and/or publications

Nine months prior to your preferred rotation start date and must be submitted to [email protected]. All advanced rotation applications require approval of the Boston Children’s Hospital Program Director, Jue Wang, MD.

Contact Information:

To request more information or learn more about this residency rotation, please contact

Jue Wang, MD
Program Director, Affiliating Residents
Email: J[email protected]

Carolyn Butler, MD
Associate Program Director, Affiliating Residents
Email: [email protected]

Abu Jacobs
Residency Program Coordinator
Email: [email protected]

Mailing Address:

Department of Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Pain Medicine
Boston Children’s Hospital
BCH3216
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115


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  • Published

    Jan 14, 2021

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    Boston, Massachusetts

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