New York

Institution: Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Position: OB Anesthesia Fellow
Contact Name:
Dr. Jing Song
Contact Number: 718-904-2872
Contact Email: jsong@montefiore.org

Our one-year, ACGME-accredited program trains fellow in all aspects of obstetric anesthesiology, with a focus on clinical excellence, scholarship, data-driven models of care, and leadership. Weiler Hospital is the primary clinical site for OB anesthesia fellows, which is a Level 3 regional referral center with approximately 7,000 deliveries per year that encompass a range of maternal and fetal conditions. Physicians working in obstetrics and anesthesiology create a rich educational environment for fellow, giving him/her the opportunity to work alongside obstetricians and gynecologists, neonatal specialists, midwives, nurses and nurse practitioners to develop the knowledge, clinical skills and attitudes required for caring for patients on a labor floor. This educational environment promotes cross-disciplinary collaboration in assessing patients and devising individualized care plans. Fellow manage the care of high-risk parturients or parturients with high-risk fetal conditions including those needing fetal surgery. Fellows will complete 13 four-week block rotations, spending six rotations on the labor and delivery anesthesia team, two rotation on MFM, NICU and GA, and three rotations fully dedicated to a variety of teaching and research projects. Fellow will be exposed to a rich didactic curriculum including formal and informal lectures and conferences. Fellow will also be required to complete an IRB proofed scholarly project, QI project and other related scholarly activities.

Application Due Date: June 30, 2020


Institution: Westchester Medical Center/New York Medical College
Position: Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellow
Contact Name: Ms. Linda German
Contact Number: 914-493-6316
Contact Email: Linda.German@wmchealth.org

Westchester Medical Program in affiliation with New York Medical College is a new ACGME-accredited Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowship Program. We are offering two one-year positions starting July 1st, 2019.
Fellows in our program will be exposed to the full spectrum of cardiothoracic procedure including coronary revascularization, complex mitral valve repairs, trans-catheter aortic valve implantation/MitraClip procedures, major aortic reconstructions, pulmonary embolectomies and thromboendarterectomies, and complex congenital heart procedures in children and adults. The heart failure program provides remarkable exposure to heart transplantation, mechanical assist devices, and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. Also, our clinical practice provides experience with open and thoracoscopic lung resection, mediastinal surgery, tracheal and esophageal reconstruction, and interventional pulmonology procedures. Our highly trained, Echo Board certified in advanced perioperative echocardiography Faculty are motivated to participate in teaching, both clinical and didactic.
More information on our website:

https://www.westchestermedical center.com/cardiothoracic-anesthesiology-fellowship-program

Application Due Date: Open until filled


Institution: Westchester Medical Center/New York Medical College
Position: Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship
Contact Name: Ms. Linda German
Contact Number: 914-493-6316
Contact Email: Linda.German@wmchealth.org

Thank you for your interest in our Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship Program!

Westchester Medical Center/New York Medical College (WMC/NYMC) is the major tertiary referral center and level one trauma hospital for the beautiful Hudson Valley located half an hour north of New York City. Westchester Medical Center offers a busy block schedule with a daily dedicated regional anesthesiologist. Our Regional Anesthesia Fellowship is designed to give advanced clinical, technical and research training in the field of regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine.

Under the leadership of regional anesthesia & acute pain management section, the Department of Anesthesiology at WMC has developed into a dynamic institution that thrives to perform regional anesthesia on a diverse population including orthopedic, general surgery, gynecologic, organ transplant, thoracic, vascular, trauma, and pediatric cases. Our varieties of blocks performed include neuraxial, truncal, and peripheral extremity nerve blocks.

In addition to the hands on training of regional anesthesia, fellow will be expected to manage perioperative pain on inpatients as an emerging acute pain specialist. The fellow will round daily with the acute pain management team and manage acute pain consultations, continuous peripheral nerve catheters and thoracic epidurals. The fellow will also participate in multimodal pharmacologic management of post-operative pain including, but not limited to the use of opioids, patient controlled analgesia, and adjunctive medications. Additionally, the fellow would have one month chronic pain management rotation, to learn the interventional pain procedures and chronic pain consultations.

The fellow’s responsibilities will be balanced between performing and supervising regional techniques perioperatively and dedicated time to produce clinical research and classroom education. We have a formal Regional Anesthesiology & Acute Pain fellowship curriculum that includes didactics lecture series, Journal Club, cadaver workshops, etc. Fellows will have protected research time. Fellow is expected to initiate and complete at least one major academic project during their fellowship, and is required to present at the national conference. In addition, the fellow will be involved in a research project with the goal of being published in a well-respected journal.

Application Due Date: Open until filled