Erie County Medical Center

Affiliated with State University of New York at Buffalo — Buffalo, NY

  • Trauma only
  • Critical Care only
  • Trauma & Critical Care
  • Acute Care Surgery
  • Advanced Practitioner
  • Duration: one year
  • Positions available: 1
  • Salary: $60,570
  • Program Director: William J.Flynn Jr. MD, FACS

Last updated: December 12, 2019

Our fellowship is a one year clinical program with nine months of surgical critical care and three months of operative experience that can be tailored to the Fellow's career interests. This can include trauma, acute general surgery cardiothoracic, vascular, burn, ultrasound and echocardiography. The Program provides an option for an advanced degree ( e.g., MBA, MPH) with no financial obligation to the Fellow.

Program started 2017

How to apply  - (716) 898-5283 (phone) , (716) 898-5029 (fax)

Qualifications: •Prospective fellows are required to have completed an ACGME accredited residency program in General Surgery. In addition, applicants must be certified or eligible for certification by the American Board of Surgery.

Curriculum vitae
•Three letters of recommendation
•USMLE Scores
•American Board of Surgery In-training exam scores
•Completed Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Application
•ECFMG Certificate (for foreign medical graduates)

Applications will only be accepted via the Surgical critical care and Acute care surgery Fellowship Application Services (SAFAS).

Research opportunities

Research in basic science, trauma systems and outcomes is an integral part of the program requirements.

About the hospital

  • Beds: 575
  • ICU beds: 30
  • Annual trauma admissions: 2545
  • Trauma faculty: 8

Fellowship procedures

  • Total surgical (annually): 1500
  • General surgical: 66%
  • Trauma: 33%
  • Blunt trauma: 70%
  • Penetrating trauma: 30%


Erie County Meical Center
Buffalo, NY 14215


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