Washington University School of Medicine Posted May 4, 2021


Acute and Critical Care Surgery Second-Year Fellowship

Unexpected opening in the second-year fellowship program for Acute Care Surgery starting July or August 1st, 2021
Our Acute and Critical Care Section has 27 attendings of varied backgrounds and clinical/academic interests that practice within a large urban academic center. We boast comprehensive and busy clinical practices in Trauma, Emergency General Surgery, and Critical Care. Trauma services see an average of 13000 patients annually, with 780 being penetrating wounds and emergency general surgery to see 1200 patients annually.
The second-year fellowship incorporates Surgical Critical Care, e-ICU, Trauma, Emergency General Surgery, and Elective General Surgery.
The SICU and e-ICU are an integral part of our section and will allow you to function independently as an intensivist from the start of the fellowship. The surgical rotations involve a graduated responsibility, a true transition to practice. During the initial 6 months, you will have an in-house senior faculty member with you. For the latter 6 months, your senior faculty member will be immediately available. This transition allows graduated independence to practice with the goal of independent admitting privileges and practice in the second half of the fellowship.
The high acuity and busy practice allow us to tailor this fellowship to your interests.
You will also be appointed as an Instructor in the Dept. of Surgery for the fellowship year.

How to apply

Please apply via email to gbochicchio@wustl.edu Attention Dr. Grant Bochicchio. Please include CV.


660 S Euclid Ave
ST LOUIS, MO 63110

Washington University School of Medicine
Acute and Critical Care Surgery Second-Year Fellowship

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