Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine | Residency and Fellowships

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Like Boston Children's Hospital as a whole, the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine is committed to providing high quality medical education for pediatric providers and specialists throughout the world. In that spirit, the department provides the following fellowship and residency training opportunities. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY FELLOWSHIPS


We welcome you to the 2017-2018 Fellowship Application Season!  Please browse our available subspecialty training options and note the application information that follows.  Our available fellowships include both ACGME and non-ACGME accredited programs, primarily one-year in length that may be coupled together to form a two-year fellowship. All our fellowships provide well-balanced years emphasizing clinical care as well as many opportunities for didactic instruction and research. Information regarding our ACGME accredited Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program may be found on their website.

Core Fellowship

Advanced Fellowships

Pediatric Anesthesiology 

Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia

Pediatric Regional Anesthesia

Pediatric Pain Medicine

ACGME Accredited

YES

NO

NO

YES

Prerequisite Training

Anesthesiology Residency

Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship or Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesia Fellowship

Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship or Adult Regional Anesthesia Fellowship

Anesthesia, Physiatry, Psychiatry, and Neurology Residencies

Fellowship Length


1 year

1 year

1 year

1 year with option of additional 3-6 months

Simultaneous Application Permitted with Core Fellowship


N/A

YES

YES

YES

Accepting 2017-2018 Applications

YES

YES

YES

YES

Degree Awarded

Diploma


Diploma

Diploma

Diploma

Visa Sponsorship Available YES YES YES YES

APPLICATION INFORMATION (STANDARD TO ALL BOSTON CHILDREN’S ANESTHESIA FELLOWSHIPS)

Application Period: January 1, 2016 – March 31, 2016* (MOR Fellowship Only)

Application Period (Cardiac Anesthesia, Regional and Pain Medicine): Rolling through June 1, 2016

*This is the final date for receipt of all application materials including letters of recommendation.  Applications submitted outside of this period will only be reviewed under a showing of exceptional circumstances.*

Submission Method: Electronically/Via E-mail.  No paper or mailed submissions will be accepted.

Email Address for Submissions: anesfellowship@childrens.harvard.edu.

**Please do not submit materials OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED BELOW as these only delay the processing and review of your application.**

CORE AND ADVANCED FELLOWSHIP REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • Society for Pediatric Anesthesia Common Application: Completion of the additional questions section is required.
  • Three Letters of Recommendation:  Addressed to Amy Vinson, MD, Fellowship Selection Committee Chairman, Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship
  • USMLE Score Report (Original not required)
  • CA1 & CA2 In-Training Exam Scores (CA2 Score When Available)
  • ECFMG Certificate (if applicable)

ADVANCED FELLOWSHIP ADDITIONAL APPLICATION MATERIALS

  • Statement of Interest (Separate from Personal Statement and Additional Questions on Common Application)
  • Fourth Letter of Recommendation: Addressed to Advanced Fellowship Program Director
  • PAIN MEDICINE APPLICANTS ONLY: Universal Pain Medicine Fellowship Application

2.)  QUESTIONS/CONTACT US: anesfellowship@childrens.harvard.edu

Karen Granquist

Manager, GME Program Administration

Nicole Dombrowski, Fellowship Program Coordinator

Pediatric Anesthesiology


Anne Bertolini, Fellowship Program Coordinator

Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia

Marybeth Sweeney, Fellowship Program Coordinator

Pediatric Regional Anesthesia

Pediatric Pain Medicine

Address: Boston Children’s Hospital

Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine

300 Longwood Avenue, BCH 3216

Boston, MA 02115

Telephone: 617-355-7737

AFFILIATING RESIDENCY ROTATION IN PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIA

Boston Children's Hospital offers both a core and advanced pediatric anesthesiology residency rotation.  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 1-3 months at a time.

Please visit the Affiliating Residency Program Website for further details regarding the core and advanced rotations.  A separate application is required for residents interested in the advanced pediatric anesthesiology residency rotation.





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