Jackson Memorial Hospital in affiliation with the University of Miami School of Medicine offers several fellowship opportunities available to Emergency Medicine residents.
The Critical Care Medicine Fellowships are offered by the Department of Anesthesiology, the Department of Medicine, and the Department of Neurology.
Department of Anesthesiology
The Critical Care Medicine service in the Department of Anesthesiology is primarily responsible for the Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Surgical Intensive Care unit at the Veterans Administration Medical Center and the Trauma Intensive Care Unit for Ryder Trauma Center of Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Department of Medicine
Fellows participate in rotations in critical care medicine, trauma care, pulmonary medicine, anesthesia and clinical research. Faculty and fellows have the opportunity to work at Jackson Memorial Hospital, the Miami Veterans Affairs Hospital, the University of Miami Hospital, and The Sylvester Cancer Center.
The Neuro-Critical Care fellowship provides cutting edge advanced critical care for neurological and neurosurgical patients. There are three full-time faculty who staff a 24 bed Neuro ICU with critically ill neurological/neurosurgical patients with traumatic brain injury, SAH, tumors, status epilepticus, and myasthenia.
The Department of Anesthesiology offers a Pain Management Fellowship that provides opportunities for interventional treatments and cutting-edge techniques for our diverse patient population. Fellows have the opportunity to perform diagnostic blocks, therapeutic injections, interventional procedures, intrathecal pump placements and spinal cord and peripheral nerve stimulator implantations.
Primary Care Sports Medicine
Faculty and fellows are responsible for addressing the health care and fitness needs of a wide range athletes. Particularly, the sports medicine fellow assists with the care of more than 450 Division I NCAA athletes in 17 varsity teams at the University of Miami. The fellow also helps with the care of the athletes with the Miami Marlins, the local Major League Baseball team. The sports medicine fellow is responsible for the care of athletes in a variety of athletic events. They are assigned a school and are the primary medical provider for those schools. Over 5,000 musculoskeletal and general medical outpatient cases are seen each year with attending faculty.
Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Fellows perform domain-based, comprehensive, whole-person assessment to provide goal-directed, individualized treatment and care plan recommendations. Faculty and fellows work collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team of social workers, rehabilitation therapists, recreational therapists, chaplains and volunteers to achieve the optimal clinical outcomes for patients. Fellows will learn to engage both patients and healthcare providers to provide recommendations on care plan development, care coordination and care transition.