Thank you for your interest in Stony Brook and Resuscitation and Critical Care Medicine Training.
Stony Brook University Hospital is the major academic affiliate hospital for Stony Brook University School of Medicine in Long Island, New York. As the major referral hospital for Eastern Long Island we see a tremendous case mix of complex medical, trauma, surgical and surgical subspecialty critical care. We are currently a regional Trauma and Burn Center, Comprehensive Stroke Center, and Cardiac Care Center with Cardiac Catheterization and ECMO capabilities. Additionally, we have an active research programs with extensive focus on cardiac arrest and resuscitation, burn care and wound healing, and neurointerventional therapies.
We currently have two training programs available for Emergency Medicine Graduates interested in post-graduate and fellowship training in Resuscitation and Critical Care Medicine.
- Advanced Resuscitation Training Program: This program is designed to provide EM physicians with advanced training in Resuscitation Medicine with a particular emphasis on Critical Care in the ED and Pre-Hospital Setting. It is expected that faculty that complete this program will be prepared to pursue clinical, academic, and/or research careers in ED Critical Care. Our program has a strong clinical emphasis and trainees will rotate through Trauma and CTICU, CCM US, CT Anesthesia, and ED Critical Care. The program will be for 1 or 2 years based on the educational and career goals of the trainee. Participants have the opportunity to complete a Masters of Biomedical Science degree. (Link to our resuscitation website with an additional blurb (ART proposal) and schedule, etc)
- Surgical Critical Care Fellowship: The departments of Surgery and Emergency Medicine have developed a fellowship training pathway for Emergency Medicine Physicians in Surgical Critical Care. This is an ACGME accredited two year program that will prepare the participant for subspecialty certification in Surgical Critical Care. Fellows will rotate through SICU, CTICU, Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, Anesthesia, and Resuscitation and Critical Care Medicine. In addition to preparing fellows for Surgical Critical Care certification, it is expected that fellows that complete this program will be prepared to pursue clinical, academic, and/or research careers in the Resuscitation and Critical Care Medicine. (link to schedule of rotations, link to surgical critical care webpage )
If you have any additional questions or are interested in applying please send a CV and letter of intent to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org