The University at Buffalo Department of Surgery offers an ACGME accredited fellowship in Surgical Critical Care. The fellowship is structured as a one year clinical program with ten months of critical care and two months of electives. The program also meets the requirements administered by the American Board of Surgery for Certificate of Added Qualifications in Surgical Critical Care.
NEW-Exciting Opportunity Starting August 2020
The University at Buffalo Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program is excited to announce the availability of a new program for our fellows! Fellows will have the opportunity to obtain an advanced degree of their choosing, without financial obligation, through the State University of New York at Buffalo.
"We have a very special program here in Buffalo, and are proud of this unique offering. We look forward to hearing from interested candidates in the future." William J. Flynn, Jr., MD, FACS, Program Director, Surgical Critical Care Fellowship, Department of Surgery, University at Buffalo
Prospective Fellows are required to have completed an ACGME accredited residency program in General Surgery. In addition, applicants must be certified or eligible for certification by the American Board of Surgery. Please note that we sponsor J-1 visas only.
The following items are required for your application submission:
Three letters of recommendation
American Board of Surgery In-training exam scores
Completed Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Application
ECFMG Certificate (for foreign medical graduates)
Megan Kellogg Program Coordinator Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Phone: (716) 898-5283 Email: email@example.com
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About University at Buffalo Department of Surgery
On behalf of the Department of Surgery and the Division of Surgical Critical Care, we welcome you to learn more about the Surgical Critical Care Fellowship offered by the State University of New York at Buffalo.