Institution: Nemours Children's Clinic/Mayo Clinic
Position: Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship
Contact Name: Mary New
Contact Number: 904-202-8332
Contact Email: mary.new@nemours.org

The Pediatric Anesthesiology fellowship is offered through Nemours Children's Clinic in Jacksonville, FL, under the sponsorship of Mayo Clinic. The one-year fellowship includes nine months of operating room, post-anesthesia care unit and pediatric pain service rotations during which fellows care for children undergoing all types of pediatric surgery. The cardiac, neurosurgical and chronic pain rotations are longitudinal throughout the year, thereby maximizing the educational opportunities for these disciplines. Fellows spend one or two months in pediatric intensive care rotations. One month is dedicated to an elective of the fellow's choice. The remaining month is provided for vacation, educational conferences and opportunities to interview for a postgraduate position. Individuals completing this fellowship will be well prepared for a career in either academic or private practice anesthesia.

Application Due Date: April 1, 2017


Institution: UF Health Jacksonville
Position: Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine
Contact Name: Claudia Chavarro
Contact Number: 904-244-3704
Contact Email: claudia.chavarro@jax.ufl.edu

The department of anesthesiology at the University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville offers a one-year regional anesthesiology and acute pain management fellowship program, which focuses on the comprehensive treatment of preoperative pain in patients at UF Health Jacksonville. Fellows also treat patients at the attached outpatient surgery center and at the all-new UF Health North facility.

Fellows rotate between these three locations, working individually and with residents to coordinate care and complete blocks. Fellows master both single-shot and catheter-based nerve blocks used for upper- and lower-extremity procedures. They also gain extensive experience in ultrasound, landmark and twitch based techniques for placing nerve blocks. All fellows become fascicle at completing all brachial plexus blocks, lumbar plexus blocks, femoral, sciatic (gluteal and popliteal level), saphenous and ankle blocks. As a Level 1 trauma center, many of our techniques are employed for fracture surgery however, elective joint reconstruction and sports cases are covered as well. We also complete many procedures for general surgery cases including thoracic paravertebral blocks, thoracic epidurals and TAPS blocks. Fellows transition into being an attending with one day a week spent supervising and or completing their own cases and 4 days spent focusing on acute pain management. Interested fellows may also gain experience in treating patients with chronic pain issues if they so desire.

Application Due Date: March 1, 2017