Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship Program
MGH BIDMC Harvard Medical School

Critical Care

  

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Critical Care

Our progressive curriculum is designed to provide fellows with comprehensive training in medical critical care so that each trainee is highly skilled at leading a complex and acute critical care service at the end of their clinical training. During the first year, fellows develop a strong foundation in critical care knowledge and procedural skills through rotations in the MGH Medical ICU and the Finard ICU at BIDMC. They also gain experience in the care of chronically critically ill patients in the Respiratory Acute Care Unit at MGH. Increased autonomy is provided in the second year of fellowship, particularly on the MICU Blue rotation at BIDMC. Fellows also gain in-depth exposure to non-medical critical care specialties in the Surgical ICUs and Neurosciences ICU.

 

 

 

 

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