The overall philosophy of the Surgical Critical Care fellowship is to provide an intense exposure to all aspects of surgical critical care in a busy, inner-city tertiary care hospital; a private, highly specialized healthcare facility; and the nation’s second-largest Burn Center. Fellows will be exposed to the procedural and administrative skills necessary to care for critically ill patients, manage critical care units, teach critical care curricula and conduct quality critical care research.
To learn more details about this program, visit the Creighton University Surgical Critical Care Fellowship page or visit the Creighton University website.
The Surgical Critical Care fellowship program is based at Valleywise Health, a 325-bed acute care hospital located near the heart of downtown Phoenix. The program offers a one-year Surgical Critical Fellowship and a one-year Burn Critical Care Fellowship. Graduates are eligible to sit for the American Board of Surgeons Surgical Critical Care Board exam.