Pulmonary and Critical Care In the Department of Medicine

Critical Care Medicine Fellowship (Internal Medicine)

The Critical Care Medicine Fellowship program consists of various tracks: Medicine and Anesthesia. Though the curriculum is similar for both tracks, the application cylce and program lengths differ. 

The Medicine-CCM fellowship program is two years.  Interested candidates are encouraged to apply through ERAS.  The Anesthesia-CCM fellowship program is a one year program. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit their applications early as we fill on a rolling basis. 

Anesthesiologists and surgeons or surgical residents may apply for Anesthesia/Critical Care Medicine fellowships. Apply for Anesthesia/Critical Care Medicine fellowships

Applicant Eligibility

The Stanford University Critical Care Medicine (CCM) fellowship program is an ACGME certified program open to applicants with background residency training in anesthesia and internal medicine. Twelve- and 24-month duration fellowships are available, with the duration of training dependent upon fellowship research interests and the specific eligibility requirements for licensing board certification.

Eligibility for Critical Care Medicine board certification by anesthesia trainees is achieved after completion of 12 months of successful CCM fellowship, and after 24 months of CCM fellowship training for candidates with prior Internal Medicine residency training.

Applicants from Internal Medicine residency backgrounds who are planning subsequent training in a Pulmonary Fellowship or Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine fellowship program can complete a 12 month CCM fellowship program. Upon successful conclusion of the Pulmonary or Pulmonary and Critical Care training, fellows will then be eligible for Critical Care Medication certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

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