Surgeons wishing to hone their skills in burn surgery can do so by completing a fellowship program. To learn more about specific burn fellowships click on the links below.
This Burn Fellowship is open to graduating general surgery and plastic surgery residents as well as residents in the middle of their training (PGY-3 or greater).An additional 1-year ACGME accredited Surgical Critical Care Fellowship is available in conjunction with Cleveland Clinic Akron General (Level 1 Trauma Center) for candidates desiring to be board certified in Surgical Critical Care. MISSION: To provide the fellow with an exceptional clinical, operative and administrative experience coupled with a rigorous educational and didactic curriculum enabling the fellow to emerge as a leader in burn care. BURN CENTER: The Paul and Carol Foundation Burn Institute is an ABA Verified Adult and Pediatric Burn Center – one of only two in Ohio. The burn center admits approximately 260 patients/year and the outpatient clinic sees over 3,250 visits/year including >1100 new patients. In addition to thermal, chemical, electrical and inhalation injuries, the burn center provides treatment for frostbite, exfoliative skin diseases and complex wounds – including pressure injuries, traumatic soft-tissue injuries, and surgical wounds. STAFFING: As one of the few fully integrated burn-critical care-plastics programs in the country, the burn center is primarily staffed by two dedicated burn and critical care fellowship trained surgeons, one of whom is certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Ten Advance Practice Providers assist with the management of inpatients and coordinate outpatient care 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE: Fellows clinic for evaluation of new patients and management of post-operative patients. Operative experience: ~ 450-500 cases (acute burn, burn reconstruction, plastics, advanced laser) DIDACTIC/EDUCATIONAL/ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE: Daily teaching rounds Weekly multi-disciplinary rounds Weekly Tuesday morning educational conference Monthly Burn morbidity and mortality conference Quarterly Burn quality assurance and performance improvement Monthly Burn research meeting Additional lectures and presentations (journal clubs, webinars, etc.) Certification as ABLS Provider and potentially Instructor (if not already) Fellows will engage with hospital finance, quality officers, and administration as well as participate in key leadership meetings to enhance their educational experience.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, ABSITE scores, and three letters of recommendation to:email@example.comAnjay Khandelwal, MD, FACS Akron Children’s Hospital One Perkins Square Akron, OH 44308
Indiana University offers two positions as a twelve month fellowship (July through June) focusing on all clinical aspects of acute and reconstructive burn care in both the adult and pediatric population. The Richard M. Fairbanks Burn Center at Eskenazi Hospital houses a fifteen bed inpatient burn unit, all beds with ICU capabilities, in addition to private burn operating rooms, procedure rooms, multi-disciplinary ancillary services, and the outpatient clinic. There are 300 admissions and 500 outpatient burns seen annually. The burn team is led by the plastic surgery division with assistance from the surgical and pulmonary critical care teams in managing burn resuscitations, inhalation injuries, burn physiology derangements, wound care, and surgical debridements and wound closure in our acute burn patients.
The Speedway Burn Unit at Riley Hospital for Children houses a 10 bed burn unit, which is within walking distance from the adult hospital. There are 120 admissions and 400 outpatient burns seen annually. There are dedicated advanced practice providers to assist with daily patient care, outpatient evaluations, and coordinating burn reconstructions. The burn team, with assistance from the PICU services, manages all medical aspects of acute burn care along with the surgical debridements, wound closures, and reconstructive procedures.
The fellows have the opportunity to not only participate in acute burn management, but also outside hospital acceptance, pre-hospital management, post-burn reconstruction, traumatic road rash injuries, and desquamating dermatologic conditions. Providers are utilizing advanced wound coverage techniques including spray skin cells, cultured epithelial autografts, and dermal regenerative templates in addition to traditional autografting. The reconstructive opportunities are robust as all patients are followed long term by the plastic surgery providers offering laser treatments, scar revisions, fat grafting, contracture releases, and tissue expansion if indicated. On call responsibilities are rotating in a home call format, assisted by other residents and advanced practice providers.
The fellows are expected to participate in clinical research with the support of the burn unit resources, focused around some aspect of burn care, and submit work to one of the regional or the annual national burn meeting for presentation. There are weekly conferences on Monday mornings as case indications discussions and Wednesday mornings as didactics focused around a topic in reconstructive and plastic surgery. Additionally, the burn team joins in the trauma morbidity and mortality conference at Eskenazi quarterly. At the end of the completion of the burn fellowship, the fellows will be expected to be competent in taking care of burn patients from admission to discharge as well as their long term reconstructive needs.
Applicants should have completed a general surgery and/or a plastic surgery residency prior to fellowship initiation. Those who have completed a minimum of three years of training in a general surgery or plastic surgery residency will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Interested applicants should email the following credential and any additional questions to Sarah Owens (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Curriculum Vitae
- ABSITE or ABPS In-Service Scores
- USMLE Scores
- A personal statement describing interest in pursuing a fellowship in burn surgery
- 3 Letters of Recommendation
The Department of Surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) is accepting applications for an Acute Burn Fellow to begin August 2022. The Surgery Burn Research and Clinical Fellowship- Acute Burn program is 1-yearTexas Medical Board approved fellowship. Our Acute Burn fellowship allows trainees to obtain a burn certificate at the completion of their training. Fellows spend four months on the pediatric burn service at Shriners Hospitals for Children, four months on the adult burn service at UTMB, three months on the SICU rotation at UTMB, then one month of Echo/SICU at UTMB.
Training is done in conjunction with the Shriner’s Hospital for Children-Galveston Burn Unit, emphasizing current concepts in the management of the critically ill patient. The burn service at UTMB/SHC is composed of four faculty members and admits about 500 patients per year, including adult and pediatric patients. The program exposes fellows to a wide variety of pathology, including burns, trauma, pulmonary dysfunction, renal failure, and nutritional support. Teaching responsibilities of the fellows include monthly lecture presentations directed at junior house staff and medical students. Didactic lectures given by recognized experts in their field cover an extensive review of theory and practice. We aim to train future leaders in surgical research and education
If you are interested, please e-mail your CV, USMLE, ECFMG Cert, 3 LOR and Personal Statement to: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org. We can only sponsor a J1 Visa. Please be sure to explain any breaks in training/employment. Please note- if FMG, your medical school should be listed on this TMB list to prevent licensure delays: (https://www.tmb.state.tx.us/idl/1A88D616-6831-3F6C-9DAC-D0097EC75D39)
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC), in conjunction with the Firefighter Regional Burn Center at Regional One Health is accepting applications for its Plastic Surgery Burn Fellowship program – one position for the 2022-2023 academic year with a start date of July 1, 2022. The fellowship is part of the Department of Surgery in the UTHSC College of Medicine. This is a nonstandard, non-ACGME accredited fellowship. The Burn Fellowship includes all aspects of acute and reconstructive burn care, as well as adult and pediatric intensive care. The fellowship will provide the trainee experience in acute resuscitation, operative treatment, critical care, burn rehabilitation, and burn scar reconstruction.
As Tennessee’s only public, statewide, academic health system, UTHSC brings the benefits of the health sciences to the achievement and maintenance of human health, with a focus on the citizens of Tennessee and the region, by pursuing an integrated program of education, research, clinical care, and public service.
Program Requirements: Must have completed a plastic surgery residency program. Must be eligible for medical licensure in Tennessee. No Visa sponsorship is available for this fellowship position.
Applications: Applicants should submit a copy of their CV, personal statement of interest/goals, and three letters of reference to the Fellowship Program Coordinator.
The University of Rochester Medical Center in the Division of Plastic Surgery is accepting applications for a one-year, non-ACGME accredited burn fellowship program within the Kessler Burn Center. The Kessler Burn Center is an American Burn Association Verified Adult and Pediatric program. It is comprised of 24 adult beds at Strong Memorial Hospital and 26 pediatric beds at the Golisano Children’s Hospital with both hospitals housing dedicated burn operating rooms. Additionally, there is an outpatient burn clinic that is connected to the main hospital. The admitted burn patient volumes approach 350 burn admissions a year and 750 new outpatient burn visits per year. The annual total outpatient visits per year exceeds 3000. The core burn team is comprised of designated surgeons, inpatient and outpatient advance practice providers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, child life specialists, nutritionists, pharmacists, burn program manager, information analyst and research coordinator.
Trainees will be instructed in acute burn excision and grafting techniques, the usage of acellular dermal matrices, cellular skin cell suspension grafting and reconstruction of delayed burn sequelae. There is anticipation that this experience would include exposure to burn scar management utilizing recent laser technologies. This individual would also be involved in the management of traumatic soft tissue injuries, friction injuries, frostbite, necrotizing fasciitis and related disorders such as SSS, GVHD, EM, SJS, and TENS, resuscitation of burn injuries and components of critical care management. The fellow would be actively involved in the outpatient burn clinic and the orchestration of care of admitted patients. There would be graded responsibility of independence in the operating room as well as management of transfers to the burn center from outlying referring hospitals. The burn fellow would have the opportunity to become credential in hyperbaric oxygen therapy and have exposure to a chronic wound experience and surgical intervention of such through the wound healing center also in the Division of Plastic Surgery.
The didactic curriculum would include participation in weekly multidisciplinary rounds, QA/QI, monthly M&M conferences and burn research including monthly burn research meetings. Attendance at the Annual ABA conference is also required and would be financially supported. It would be the expectation that the burn fellow would be actively involved at regional, national and international burn meetings and submit abstracts and present at such meetings. It would be the expectation that the fellow is credentialed in ABLS (Advanced Burn Life Support) and have the support of becoming and ABLS instructor.
The goal of this fellowship is to sculpt highly qualified and highly competent surgeons who will have the experience and opportunity to serve as leaders in the clinical management and ongoing academic contributions to the field of burn surgery.
The desired applicant would have completed a general surgery or plastic surgery residency. Individuals who have completed a minimum of 3 years of general surgery or plastic surgery training would be considered on a case-by-case basis. It would be expected that the fellow would secure NYS licensure.
Start date will be August 1, 2022
Applicants should email the following credentials to Elena_Sullivan@URMC.Rochester.edu :
- Curriculum Vitae
- ABSITE Scores
- USMLE Scores
- A personal statement detailing interest in Burn Surgery
- 3 Letters of recommendation
- Medical School Transcript
Derek E. Bell, M.D.
Burn Fellowship Director
Director Kessler Burn Center
Associate Professor of Surgery in the Division of Plastic Surgery, Department of Surgery
Associate Professor of Surgery, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
The University of Rochester Medical Center
The University of Chicago is accepting applications for its one-year Burn Fellowship Program, with a start date of August 1, 2023. This non-ACGME fellowship will include all aspects of burn care, including acute surgery, reconstructive surgery, burn critical care and rehabilitation. Ideal candidates will have completed an ACGME accredited residency in either Plastic Surgery or General Surgery, but the program will also consider applicants with 3 years of completion of these programs in good standing. Applicants must be qualified for full licensure in Illinois.
The University of Chicago Burn Center is verified by the American Burn Association for both adult and pediatric patients and is affiliated with our Level 1 Trauma Center. Opportunities exist for research and the fellow will be expected to attend the annual American Burn Association meeting.
Interested candidates should submit the following prior to May 30, 2022 for consideration of their application:
- Letter of Intent
- Current Curriculum Vitae
- Three letters of recommendation (one from current/most recent program director)
- USMLE transcripts
- Medical school diploma
The University of Chicago Medicine is an equal opportunity employer.
Contact: Claire Stone; email@example.com
The application period is currently closed for Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and the Timothy J. Harnar Burn Center in Lubbock, Texas. We will update this posting once the application process reopens. The Timothy J. Harnar Burn Center at University Medical Center is an internationally recognized burn and wound care program with a reputation for excellent outcomes and cutting-edge research and treatment. This is an excellent opportunity for those seeking to develop expertise in the management of burns and wounds.
Applicants must be eligible for full license to practice in Texas and have completed, in good standing an accredited General or Plastic Surgery residency. Please note that our fellowship program does not offer visa sponsorship.
This fellowship will provide the participant with medical knowledge and experience in managing the critically ill burn patient, performing all types of acute and reconstructive burn surgery, treating other acute skin loss conditions and complex wound management including reconstruction of large skin and soft tissue defects. Collaboration with experts in plastic surgical reconstruction, head and neck surgery, wound care and hyperbaric therapy will allow for a well-rounded experience. In addition, the participant will learn how to successfully run a burn and wound care practice and gain understanding of the leadership skills required.
Interested applicants should send the following documents via email: Current CV, USMLE & ABSITE scores and 3 current LORs to Danielle Shears, Fellowship Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UF Department of Surgery has a long tradition of training outstanding clinical surgeons and leaders in academic surgery. Now, we have created a Burn Surgical Fellowship Program.
The University of Florida College of Medicine Department of Surgery is accepting applications for a one-year non-ACGME accredited burn fellowship program in the UF Health Shands Burn Center. Trainees will be instructed in the acute resuscitation of burn injuries and related disorders, critical care management, acute burn excision and reconstruction, rehabilitation, and reconstruction of delayed burn sequelae.
The core of the Burn Center is its dedicated 27-bed inpatient unit which offers progressive care (ICU to floor) during a patient’s entire hospital stay. A dedicated burn operating room and outpatient burn clinic are co-located with the inpatient unit. The aim of the burn fellowship is to graduate well-trained and qualified surgeons who will practice in and lead multidisciplinary burn programs.
This non-ACGME accredited program provides one year of dedicated burn surgery training leading to a certificate of completion of a burn fellowship. Fellows will have 12 months of clinical education:
- Nine months of instruction in the fundamental surgical care of acute burn patients, including pre- and postoperative evaluation and care.
- Three months of instruction in pediatric-specific burn surgical care, surgical critical care, and advanced reconstructive surgery.
- Regular instruction in outpatient (burn clinic) management of burn injuries and their sequelae.
The extensive didactic curriculum includes multidisciplinary conferences, grand rounds, and journal club. Fellows will participate in the Burn Center quality improvement (QI) program and gain experience in the use of a burn registry. Attendance at professional society meetings will be subsidized, with the expectation that the fellow engages in burnrelated scholarly activity, including clinical research conducted in the Burn Center. The fellow will gain Advanced Burn Life Support (ABLS) certification. The graduate of the burn fellowship will in most cases pursue an additional one-year surgical critical care (SCC) fellowship prior to or after burn training, including in the UF SCC fellowship program.
One position is available each academic year. The preferred applicant will be board eligible and have completed the core training requirements of an RRC-approved residency in general surgery or plastic surgery prior to fellowship admission. Individuals who have satisfactorily completed at least three years of training in an accredited general surgery or plastic surgery residency will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Applicants must be eligible for licensure in the state of Florida.
Applicants should submit a copy of their:
- Personal statement of interest in burn surgery
- Three letters of reference
- ABSITE scores
- USMLE scores
- Medical school transcript
Please submit a copy of these documents to the Burn Fellowship Program Coordinator, Adela Van Antwerp (email@example.com). Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
We are seeking board eligible/ board certified surgeons for Clinical Burn Fellowship starting the beginning of the 2021-2022 academic year. Our burn center admits between 1500 – 1700 patients a year with 25-30% pediatric admissions. One of the largest academic burn centers in the country. The burn fellow will have ample experience managing the most complexed thermal injuries and skin diseases and will have a robust operative experience upon completion of one year fellowship.
How To Apply
Contact Clinical Burn Fellowship Director:
Felicia N. Williams, MD FACS
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Director of Burn Intensive Care Unit Program Director
Clinical Burn Fellowship NC Jaycee Burn Center
UNC Chapel Hill Burnett Womack Bldg
Campus Box 7206
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7206
Office – (919) 966-8159
The University of Utah Burn Critical Care Fellowship was established in 2020 and covers comprehensive care for both adult and pediatric patients in the acute, rehabilitative, and reconstructive phases of treatment. The Burn Team cares for the most severe burn injuries from Utah and the surrounding intermountain west area and the fellowship is based around our American Burn Association (ABA) verified burn center, with 15-bed inpatient and outpatient units. The following services, in which fellows will participate in, are offered at our burn center:
- Advanced Burn Life Support
- Amnion Therapy
- Burn Camp
- Burn Education
- Burn Inpatient Care Unit (ICU)
- Burn Outpatient Clinic
- Burn Support Group
- Burn Therapy
- Child Life & Recreational Therapy
- Cultured Epithelial Autograft (CEA)
- Customized Compression Garments
- Holistic Care for the Burn Patient
- Laser Treatment
- Pediatric Care
- Scar Management
- Skin Grafting
- Speech Therapy
- Trauma Surgery
- Wound Care
The Burn fellowship provides clinical education in burn critical care and all aspects of burn surgery including reconstruction is offered through a 14-bed Burn Center located in Memphis’ large tertiary referral hospital, Regional One Health (ROH). Research activity is encouraged and supported. The Burn Center is staffed by plastic surgeons and the burn fellow is strongly encouraged to participate in the Plastic Surgery Program including Grand Rounds, Journal Club, clinics and operative procedures.
Applications accepted via direct email to fellowship coordinator.
UTHSC only accepts J-1 Visas at this time. All applicants, including International Foreign Medical Graduates, who have passed USMLE parts 1, 2 and 3 are welcome to apply.
Applications open May 2021 with a deadline of June 30, 2021 for the academic year beginning July 2022.
The following documents are required to apply to program:
- 3 letters of reference
- USMLE scores
- Copy of state medical license
- Signed letter from program director indicating that resident is in good standing in current training program
- ECFMG (applicable to International Medical Graduates)
Please send your information to Ariel Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. The fellowship will begin July 1st 2021 and end June 30th 2022.
Burn and Reconstructive Centers of America is seeking medical professionals interested in completing a one-year burn fellowship. Participants will be exposed to a multi-disciplinary approach to burn care for adult and pediatric patients. Fellows will shadow a range of burn and reconstructive surgeons and other medical professionals at the nation’s largest burn center – the Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, GA, which is verified by the American Burn Association. BRCA surgeons treat patients for a wide range of injuries, including chemical, electrical and thermal burns, skin and soft tissue disorders and complex wounds.
BRCA is the nation’s largest burn network with more than 343 beds and 16 facilities covering nine states including Idaho, Colorado, Texas, Nevada, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Florida and Virginia. The cornerstone of the network, JMS Burn Center at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Georgia, sits as the largest individual center in America with 92 total beds, including 36 in the Intensive Care Unit. In February 2021, we will open a state of the art burn tower on the campus of Doctors Hospital. The new facility will increase our bed count to 99 and increase our total number of dedicated burn operating rooms to 8.
Candidates must be board certified or board eligible in general or plastic surgery and express an interest in burn care, trauma care and/or plastic surgery. Interested candidates should send the following documents to MDinfo@burncenters.com:
- Provide a current CV
- Provide two letters of support/referral
- Currently hold or be eligible to apply for a Georgia medical license
- Have completed USMLE steps 1, 2 and 3
Foreign med school graduates must also have certification by ECFMG.
1 position annually.
The Burn Fellowship at the University of California San Diego is based at the UC San Diego Health Hillcrest campus center at the Regional Burn Center. It is a track within the ACGME Surgical Critical Care Fellowship. The Burn Fellowship includes all aspects of acute and reconstructive burn care as well as adult and pediatric intensive care. The Fellowship will provide the trainee experience in acute resuscitation, operative treatment, critical care, burn rehabilitation, and burn scar reconstruction. The schedule has a minimum of six months in the Burn center, at least one month of Trauma Critical Care and at least two months of Surgical Critical Care within the ACS verified Level 1 Trauma Center. This schedule allows training in all aspects of burn treatment while making the fellow eligible for certification in Surgical Critical Care. An option for a combination with the two year American Association for Surgery of Trauma (AAST) Acute Care Surgery (ACS) fellowship at UC San Diego exists. The Burn Unit is verified by the American Burn Association and the American College of Surgeons and admits 400 adult and pediatric patients each year.
Applicant qualifications include:
- Completion of approved general surgery residency
- California license (or eligibility)
- Board eligible or certified by the American Board of Surgery
- Established ability as a teacher of medical students and residents
Ms. Theresa Alivero
Fellowship Program Coordinator, Burn Surgery
Division of Trauma, Surgical Critical Care,
Burns and Acute Care Surgery
UC San Diego Medical Center
200 West Arbor Drive, #8896
San Diego, CA 92103-8896
Counties Manukau Health Board are inviting applications for a Burn Fellowship to join the Burn Team. The Fellowship has been in place since 2007 and is unique and sought after because it covers comprehensive care for both adult and paediatric patients, in the acute, rehabilitative and reconstructive phases of treatment. There is protected research time and an expectation to participate in research and publishing opportunities. We have around 5000 Elective procedures per year, complex breast reconstruction, Head /Neck and ENT reconstruction, Adult and Paediatric Cranial/facial/cleft surgery to name a few. The Burn Team cares for the most severe burn injuries from New Zealand and around the Pacific. Our Fellows are also exposed to critical care whilst working closely with our Intensive care team.
The Fellowship is based around the National Burn Centre (NBC) located within Middlemore Hospital. The NBC is a 10 bed a ‘state of the art’ facility and forms the corner piece of the National Burn Service of New Zealand The Burn Team is part of the Auckland Regional Centre for Plastic Reconstructive & Hand Surgery at Middlemore Hospital, one of the largest and most dynamic in the Southern Hemisphere with 20 plastic surgeons and 6 Orthopaedic Hand surgeons. The Department is accredited by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons as a training site in Plastic Reconstructive & Hand Surgery.
The position is for a fixed term 12-month basis but consideration may be given to shorter or longer terms. Registration with the New Zealand Medical Council is essential at commencement of employment. Applications can be made direct to Crisna.Taljaard@Middlemore.co.nz by providing a CV and cover letter.
For more information please contact Crisna on 64 21 591 264 or 64 9 2760135 or Crisna.email@example.com
General Goals and Objectives
The Arizona Burn Center has an opening for a one-year Burn/Surgical Critical Care Fellowship beginning August 2020. Applicants must have completed a General Surgery residency in an accredited ACGME program or its Osteopathic equivalent. Applicants must also be board eligible or board certified and eligible for licensure in Arizona. The overall objective of the Burn/Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program is to provide the surgeon with the cognitive and technical skills to deliver comprehensive surgical burn care. The program curriculum will consist of critical care, rehabilitation, and outpatient services management required in the treatment and care of the burn patient, in addition there will be active participation in new and ongoing research studies. The Fellow will be exposed to core Surgical Critical Care areas in addition to Burn Critical Care to meet requirements to qualify for board certification in Surgical Critical Care. To deliver comprehensive Burn and Surgical Critical Care the Fellow will become a leader and integral member of the multidisciplinary burn team exemplifying both compassion, critical thinking, and will actively contribute to the clinical and educational activities of the Burn Center while working closely with the members of the burn care staff.
How to Apply
Please email your letter of interest a Curriculum Vitae, three letters of recommendation, ABSITE scores, USMLE scores and medical school transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Coordinator, Burn Fellowship
Arizona Burn Center
2601 East Roosevelt Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
The Burn Fellowship at the Nathan Speare Regional Burn Treatment Center at Crozer Chester Medical Center. The fellowship is a non-accredited, one-year clinical training experience based in the burn unit at Crozer, Upland (suburban), PA. The Burn Unit is verified by the American Burn Association/American College of Surgeons and admits 450 adult and pediatric patients each year. The fellowship includes all aspects of acute and reconstructive burn care as well as adult intensive care. The Burn Treatment Center maintains a strong relationship with Nemours/Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children.
Nathan Speare Regional Burn Treatment Center has earned an international reputation for excellence in holistic burn care, treating more than 10,000 patients since 1973. We also treat non-burn injuries, such as “road rash,” medication reactions and other skin diseases that result in conditions similar to those experienced by burn patients.
Recognized as a national leader in burn care, the Crozer Burn Center has been verified by the American Burn Association and the American College of Surgeons, is a center of excellence for both pediatric and adult burn patients and was the first in the region to provide this standard of care for patients of all ages.
After more than 40 years, the Center continues to be at the forefront of burn care through a whole-patient, team approach to burn care, cutting-edge care techniques, advanced technology, primary research and education of future critical care and surgical physicians.
Our burn treatment team – including physicians and surgeons, plastic surgeons, pediatric specialists, nurses, occupational and physical therapists, psychologists, social workers, case managers, pharmacists, nutritionists, respiratory therapists, patient care technicians, clinical educators, and secretaries – is dedicated to providing the highest quality burn care.
Since Crozer-Chester Medical Center became an accredited trauma center in 1987, the Burn Treatment Center has met the educational requirements set by the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation. It is the first burn center accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). In June 2000, the Burn Treatment Center became the first in suburban Philadelphia to meet the criteria of the American Burn Association’s Burn Center Verification/Consultation Program, the highest standard of care for burn patients as approved by the American College of Surgeons.
By completion of the fellowship, the fellow will be experienced in resuscitation, operative treatment, critical care, rehabilitation and burn scar reconstruction. The Burn Fellow functions as a junior attending participating in all aspects of burn care. There is ample opportunity and support for scholarly activity.
Medical School Affiliation
Crozer Chester Medical is a Drexel University College of Medicine Regional Campus. All fellowship faculty have an appropriate faculty appointment with the medical school.
- Must have completed a minimum of three (3) clinical training years in an ACGME accredited plastic or general surgery
- Board eligible or certified in plastic or general surgery
- Must be able to obtain a Pennsylvania full and unrestricted medical license
- Must be able to obtain appropriate medical staff appointment
International Medical Graduates
- Considered with appropriate medical qualifications
- ECFMG certification
- Must submit a Curriculum Vitae
- Personal Statement
- Three (3) letters of recommendation
- ABSITE Scores
- USMLE or COMLEX scores
- Successfully pass all background and drugs screening for employment
- Annualized Stipend: $73,000.00
- All benefits that other house staff receive as part of their training
Ms. Cynthia Reigart
The Department of Surgery at New York Presbyterian – Weill Cornell Medicine is currently accepting applications for a non-ACGME Burn Surgery fellowship position starting August 1, 2020. The mission of the fellowship is to provide the clinical knowledge and technical skills enabling each fellow to become a confident practitioner, administrator, and educator while focusing on compassionate and innovative patient-centered care. The program achieves these aims through a tradition of teaching that includes didactic protected time including the multidisciplinary conferences, an in-depth workshop series, research conferences, quality improvement and morbidity/mortality conferences, journal clubs and grand rounds. The curriculum includes discussions of medical education techniques, scientific methods, and administration. Opportunities for research, education, and administration can be tailored to meet individual fellow’s needs. The fellow also have opportunities to participate in international burn care in third world settings through Weill Cornell Global Surgery Programs. An optional second year fellowship is surgical critical care can be arranged.
Applicants for the Burn Surgery fellowship must have successfully completed 5 years of ACGME approved surgical training prior to beginning the fellowship and must qualify for a full NY state license. The starting salary of the fellowship is $90,209 and subsidized housing arrangements are available.
Please submit three letters of recommendation, USMLE scores, ABSITE scores, personal statement, and an updated CV to the fellowship coordinator at email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
The University of Colorado Burn Surgery Fellowship is a one year non-ACGME accredited burn fellowship meant to give Fellows the full breadth and experience of burn/frostbite/complex wound care in order to prepare Fellows for a career in burn surgery. The University of Colorado Burn and Frostbite Center is the eastern Rocky Mountain region’s only American Burn Association (ABA) verified burn center, and sees over 500 inpatient admissions from Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, New Mexico, among others, and over 2,500 clinic visits a year. The 19 bed burn unit has three tub rooms, an attached burn clinic, and a dedicated operating room. In addition, we are the only hospital in the eastern Rocky Mountain region that is both a Level 1 Trauma Center and ABA verified burn center.
The burn team consists of three full-time, fellowship-trained burn surgeons who are all general surgery/surgical critical care boarded, six advanced practice providers, along with a dedicated team of nutritionists, pharmacists, physical/occupational therapists, psychologists, and social workers. The burn surgery fellowship will expose Fellows to all aspects of medical and surgical management of a variety of conditions a regional burn center sees including: burns, frostbite, electrical/lighting injury, inhalation injury, exfoliative skin disorders (SJS, TENS), necrotizing soft tissue infection, complex wounds (hidradenitis suppurativa), and scar management (surgical reconstruction and laser therapy). We have robust clinical and basic science research opportunities in the fields of burn and frostbite care that the burn Fellow can participate in.
We pride ourselves on the exceptional care we provide to our patients, and the quality of education our medical students, residents, and Fellows receive on the burn surgery service. Our goal is to provide a balanced and structured educational experience preparing Fellows for fulfilling careers in burn, trauma, and complex wound surgery. We look forward to reviewing your application.
Applicants must have completed a minimum of three years of clinical training in plastic or general surgery and be eligible for licensing in Colorado. For the academic year beginning in August 2020, candidates may submit an application starting April 1, 2020.
For more information, interested applicants should contact our Program Coordinator, Trina Smidt, at:
Arek Wiktor, MD FACS
Director, University of Colorado Burn Fellowship
The UW Medicine Regional Burn Center at Haborview Medical Center offers two positions in an ACGME-accredited, one-year fellowship with emphasis on burn care, burn system development, critical care, and quality improvement programming. Graduating fellows will be eligible for the Surgical Critical Care certificate offered by the American Board of Surgery. Burn Critical Care fellows oversee the triage and management of acutely burned patients from the Pacific Northwest and Alaska at a high-volume regional burn and trauma center. Fellow are integral in the surgical planning and care of burn patients and lead the multidisciplinary burn team in both intensive and acute care. Fellows receive a wealth of experience in our scar management and burn reconstruction program and our clinic. Fellows rotate through other intensive care services (e.g. trauma and surgical, medical, and pediatric intensive care units) and elective rotations to complement their critical care training. Exposure to plastic surgery and trauma care are tailored to the needs of the applicant. Interested applicants should visit our training website, found here.
The University of North Carolina Department of Surgery and the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center in Chapel Hill, NC are accepting applications for a one-year non-ACGME Burn Fellowship to begin July 1, 2020.
The North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center is verified by the American Burn for both adult and pediatric burn care, with over 1700 inpatient admissions and 5100 clinic visits in 2018. Our unit features 36 inpatient beds, state of the art capabilities for resuscitation and burn intensive care, access to ECMO, specialized therapies, and reconstructive services, including both operative reconstruction and laser therapy.
This fellowship will provide rigorous training in the medical and surgical management of the critically ill burn patient. Candidates must be committed to the clinical, education, and research missions of the Department of Surgery and School of Medicine. In addition, candidates must be team-oriented and collegial, with the aim of providing the highest standards of care to our patients.
Applicants must be eligible for a full license to practice in the state of North Carolina and have completed an ACGME or AACOM approved General Surgery or Plastic Surgery residency. Candidates who have completed PGY-3 at an ACGME or AACOM approved General Surgery residency will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Internal opportunities for applicants wishing to pursue further training in Surgical Critical Care may be available. Please indicate this interest in further training when applying.
Interested applicants should send their current CV, USMLE & ABSITE scores, and 3 current letters of recommendation to:
North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
We have an unexpected one-year Burn Fellowship position available starting 8/1/2019 through 7/31/2020 at both UC Davis Medical Center and Shriners Hospitals for Children Northern California. The combined programs admit close to 700 acute burn patients per year. There is also a great opportunity to be exposed to burn reconstruction. Another position is available for the following year.
Please contact Katie Romanowski, MD, Burn Fellowship Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Tennessee, Memphis would like to offer a one year Burn Fellowship at the Firefighters Burn Center from July 2019 – June 2020. The burn center sees around 500 inpatient admissions per year. The fellowship includes experience in both critical care and burn reconstruction. The University supports J1 Visas. Applicants, please contact Dr. Ram Velamuri, fellowship director.
Ram Velamuri, MD, MRCS(Ed), M.S, D.N.B (Surg)
Assistant Professor Plastic Surgery UTHSC Memphis
Director Burn Fellowship, UTHSC
890 Madison Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103
One year Burn Fellowship Position with an optional second year Surgical Critical Care Fellowship (or vice-versa), in our ABA Verified Burn Center at University of Iowa Level One Trauma Center Hospital; 400-500 annual burn and wound patient admissions and > 2000 outpatient visits.
Burn Fellowship requirements: Minimum of AT LEAST 2 years of general surgery residency.
Surgical Critical Care Fellowship requirements: Minimum of AT LEAST 3 years on ACGME accredited procedure oriented residency, including General Surgery, Surgical Subspecialties, Anesthesia, and Obstetrics & Gynecology, candidate is expected to be certifiable or have been certified by their corresponding specialty of the American Board.
The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics seeks surgical residents or board eligible surgical graduates for a one year BURN FELLOWSHIP with option second year as the Surgical Critical Care Fellow. With burn admissions around 300 annually, the trainee will acquire in-depth experience in the management of the entire spectrum of burn, complex wound care, and critical care in the setting of a tertiary university teaching hospital. Educational opportunities include journal clubs and morbidity and mortality conferences. The trainee will also be given an opportunity to participate in clinical research with a chance to present at a national meeting. Upon completion of the one year Burn Fellowship, the trainee, if they meet the ACGME accredited Surgical Critical Care Fellowship requirements, can complete a second year as the critical care fellow in the Surgical Critical Care Fellowship. This will allow the trainee to sit for the American Board of Surgery Examination in Surgical Critical Care.
Ideal candidates for our program must have completed/be completing an ACGME General Surgery and/or Plastic Surgery residency and be eligible for certification by the American Board of Surgery. International graduates will be evaluated on an individual basis. Applicants interested in stepping out of their general surgery or plastics residency for fellowship are reviewed on an individual basis, but must have completed a minimum of two years residency. J-1 and H1b visas are encouraged to apply. If plans to go into Surgical Critical Care Fellowship upon completing the Burn Fellowship, the applicant must complete a minimum of 3 years residency prior to the fellowship.
The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics is a tertiary medical center that includes a Burn Center which has been verified by the ABA/ACS and as an American College of Surgeons Level 1 Trauma Center.
To apply for the fellowship, click here: https://gme.medicine.uiowa.edu/burn-surgery-fellowship
Burn Surgery Fellowship
Lucy Wibbenmeyer, MD
Program Director, Burn Fellowship
Brandee Baker, BAS
Program Coordinator, Burn Surgery Fellowship
Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
Lauren Allan, DO
Program Director, Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
Patrick McGonagill, MD
Associate Program Director, Surgical Critical Care Fellowship
Program Coordinator, Surgical Critical Care
The Ross Tilley Burn Centre at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, a verified centre by the American Burn Association, part of the Department of General Surgery, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Toronto is currently offering positions for a Total Burn Care and Critical Care clinical fellowship.
The Ross Tilley Burn Centre admits over 300 patients a year and sees over 2000 outpatients. This fellowship is designed to provide an integrated experience of ICU, operative, and reconstructive management of burn patients, complex wound patients, as well as SJS/TEN or other complex dermatologic patients.
The candidate must have completed their residency in General or Plastic Surgery and be eligible to write the Board examination in their specialty. The candidate must have a strong interest in burns, trauma, and critical care. In association with the clinical fellowship we also offer cutting-edge research in a well-funded laboratory in association with the Sunnybrook Research Institute.
The fellow will be taking responsibility for total care of the burn patient. This will include complete medical care, critical care, and surgical care of patients with acute burn injury. Progressive responsibility in follow-up care and post burn rehabilitation will be expected. There will be some opportunity to develop skills in post-burn reconstructive surgery, but the primary intention of the fellowship is to provide training in total acute and rehabilitative care of burn patients. Fellows will work under the supervision of the four attending burn surgeon-intensivists, and will be given progressively increased and graded responsibilities. Fellows are also expected to participate in day-to-day teaching of medical students and junior residents assigned to the burn centre.
The Total Burn Care Fellowship is a 12-month fellowship starting July 1st 2019.
All interested candidates should forward their CV and three references to:
Marc Jeschke, MD PhD
Director, Ross Tilley Burn Centre
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Ave. Suite D704
Toronto, ONCANADA M4N 3M5
Burn Unit Fellowship 2019-2020
Grady Memorial Hospital/Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
The Department of Surgery of Emory University at Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia, is actively seeking a qualified candidate at the PGY6 level (by July 2019 and graduate of a general surgery residency) for a burn fellowship position in an American Burn Association verified Adult and Pediatric Burn Unit at Grady Memorial Hospital. This is a non-ACGME fellowship position overseen by Walter Ingram MD, Medical Director of the Burn Unit at GMH and Emory Associate Professor of Surgery. In addition to the Director, Juvonda Hodge MD, Associate Director, participates actively in clinical and academic work in the burn unit. Fellows have a rich clinical and research experience and are generously supported with funds for conference attendance.
Grady’s Burn Unit admits over 700 patients a year, including adult and pediatric patients, in a contemporary facility that provides comprehensive burn care. We are a multidisciplinary team of physicians, physician assistants, Emory and Morehouse general and plastic surgery residents, nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists and other ancillary staff. It is the only burn center in Georgia backed by a Level I Trauma Center (the Trauma Center admits about 4500 patients a year). See link for additional information about the Center: https://www.gradyburn.org/
Responsibilities include supervision of a multidisciplinary team along with integral involvement with ICU rounds and the operating room. There are extraordinary opportunities for clinical research based on patient volumes and acuity. The ideal candidate should have a background or strong interest in clinical research (candidates with MPH, MSc or similar degree are very welcome to apply). Individual consideration may be given for an additional year of surgical critical care to qualify for ABS SCC board certification. Candidates should submit their curriculum vitae, personal statement, 3 letters of recommendation, and ABSITE and USMLE scores via email to the following:
Sheryl Gabram MD MBA FACS
Professor of Surgery
Emory’s Division Chief of Surgery at Grady
69 Jesse Hill Jr. Dr. SE Room 303
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: 404-251-8741 Fax: 404-523-3931
The Department of Surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center is accepting applications for a Burn/Surgical Critical Care Fellow. Our one year ACGME approved Burn/SCC Fellowship allows candidates to be board eligible in surgical critical care and obtain a burn certificate at the completion of their training. Fellows spend six months on the burn service at Parkland Memorial Hospital and an additional three months in various ICU settings including SICU and CVICU. Additional electives available include anesthesia, PICU, neurocritical care, echocardiography, ECMO and CCU. Fellows also spend 1-2 months as the chief of our trauma and acute care surgery service where they perform 60-80 cases per month.
The burn service at Parkland Hospital is composed of six faculty members and admits over 900 patients per year, including adult and pediatric patients. The service performs over 600 burn and burn reconstructive cases per year and sees over 3000 patients in our outpatient clinic. It is the only burn center in North Texas verified by the American Burn Association and the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma. Additionally, Parkland Hospital admits over 2,000 trauma patients and performs over 3800 EGS and trauma procedures annually.
During the burn component of their year, fellows become proficient in all aspects of burn care and burn reconstructive surgery. This includes non-operative burn management and resuscitation, inhalation injuries, escharotomies, fasciotomies, skin grafting, amputations, and application of skin substitutes. Training in reconstructive care includes multimodal laser training and reconstructive procedures from local flaps and adjacent tissue rearrangements to pedicle and free tissue transfer. This also includes training for hand specific burn reconstruction. At the completion of the program, fellows are competent in treating all burn patients in the outpatient and inpatient setting.
Opportunities for research exist in basic science, clinical trials and outcomes. The division is funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense and the American College of Surgeons. Eligible candidates can work on various projects involving heterotopic ossification, muscle fibrosis, tissue regeneration, wound healing, nutrition, burn resuscitation and burn reconstruction outcomes. Additionally, UTSW is a NIDDLR center for the BMS, allowing fellows to participate in outcomes data and multicenter institutional studies.
Eligible candidates should submit an application no later than July 15 for enrollment in the following year. Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview. Applications are to be submitted through www.safas-sccpds.fluidreview.com
Fellowship Coordinator name/contact Information:
Shenisa Mitchell, GME program coordinator
Program Director name/contact information:
The Ohio State University Department of Surgery, Division of Critical Care, Trauma and Burn sponsors a fellowship in burn surgery. This one year fellowship offers experience in treating adult and pediatric patients as well as the management of complex wounds and plastic surgery reconstruction. For qualified candidates it may be combined with a one year fellowship in surgical critical care which prepares the graduating fellow to sit for the American Board of Surgery Added Qualifications in Surgical Critical Care exam.
This fellowship exists in a stable environment at an ACS/ABA verified Burn Center with a heavy clinical basis that includes over 300 new burn patient admissions annually and daily out-patient clinics that treat an additional 2000 patients per year. A broad and productive program in clinical and basic science research is an integral part of the program.
The ideal candidate must be eligible for licensure in Ohio and will have completed an ACGME accredited residency, or its Osteopathic equivalent, in either general or plastic surgery. Candidates who have completed a minimum of three years in an accredited general or plastic surgery training program will be considered if their application is accompanied by a letter from their residency director that they will continue in that training program at the conclusion of the burn fellowship.
Interested applicants should send a current CV and three letters of recommendation to:
Larry M. Jones, MD, FACS
American Electric Power Foundation Chair for Burn Care
Director, Burn Center
Professor of Clinical Surgery
Department of Surgery
N744 Doan Hall, 410 West 10th Avenue, Columbus, OH, 43210
614-293-5710 Office / 614-293-9476 Office / 614-293-3425 Fax
The Massachusetts General Hospital Critical Care Fellowship is currently seeking and accepting applications for the July 2018-2019 academic year. The training program offers extensive educational opportunities. Fellows will participate in the care of critically ill surgical patients including those with burn injuries. They will be supervising medical students and residents and have opportunities for education and participation in clinical research protocols. Fellows will also have the opportunity to spend time at the Shriners Hospital for Children-Boston, a pediatric burn hospital.
There is also the option to complete an additional year as the Acute and Reconstructive Burn fellow at the Massachusetts General Hospital Sumner Redstone Burn Center
Interested applicants should send their CV to:
Jeremy Goverman, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit St
Outpatient Burn Center, Bigelow 13
Boston, MA 02114
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and the Timothy J. Harnar Burn Center in Lubbock, Texas are accepting applications for a TMB approved one year burn fellowship to begin July 1, 2018. The Timothy J. Harnar Burn Center at University Medical Center is an internationally recognized burn and wound care program with a reputation for excellent outcomes and cutting‐edge research and treatment. This is an excellent opportunity for those seeking to develop expertise in the management of burns and wounds.
Applicants must be eligible for full license to practice in Texas and have completed a minimum of two years in good standing in an accredited General or Plastic Surgery residency. Please note that our fellowship program does not offer visa sponsorship.
This fellowship will provide the participant with medical knowledge and experience in managing the critically ill burn patient, performing all types of acute and reconstructed burn surgery, treating other acute skin loss conditions and complex wound management including reconstruction of large skin and soft tissue defects. Collaboration with experts in plastic surgical reconstruction, head and neck surgery, wound care and hyperbaric therapy will allow for a well‐rounded experience. In addition, the participant will learn how to successfully run a burn and wound care practice and gain understanding of the leadership skills required.
Interested applicants should send the following documents via email: Current CV, USMLE & ABSITE scores and 3 current LORs to Kristen Brake, Fellowship Coordinator at email@example.com
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and the Timothy J. Harnar Burn Center in Lubbock, Texas are accepting applications for a TMB approved one year burn fellowship to begin July 1, 2017. The Timothy J. Harnar Burn Center at University Medical Center is an internationally recognized burn and wound care program with a reputation for excellent outcomes and cutting-edge research and treatment. This is an excellent opportunity for those seeking to develop expertise in the management of burns and wounds.
Applicants must be eligible for full license to practice in Texas and have completed an approved General Surgery or Plastic Surgery residency, or have completed a minimum of two years in good standing in an accredited General or Plastic Surgery residency. TTUHSC accepts J1 visas ONLY.
This fellowship will provide the participant with medical knowledge and experience in managing the critically ill burn patient, performing all types of acute and reconstructed burn surgery, treating other acute skin loss conditions and complex wound management including reconstruction of large skin and soft tissue defects. Collaboration with experts in plastic surgical reconstruction, head and neck surgery, wound care and hyperbaric therapy will allow for a well-rounded experience. In addition, the participant will learn how to successfully run a burn and wound care practice and gain understanding of the leadership skills required.
Interested applicants should send the following documents via email: Current CV, USMLE & ABSITE scores and 3 current LORs to Kristen Brake, Fellowship Coordinator.
Duration: 1 year
Positions available: 1
Program Director: Michael Feldman, MD
Job Description: The Evans-Haynes Burn Center is the oldest civilian burn facility in the United States. VCU Health has been granted Level 1 trauma center status since 1981 and is the only nationally verified burn center in Virginia. The Burn Fellowship is a year-long commitment that encompasses all aspects of burn care. The Fellow is particularly involved in the following:
- Care of both adult and pediatric burn patients
- Acute burn resuscitation
- Burn wound management including the use of artificial skin products, allograft, cultured epidermal autograft, and autologous epidermal autografts
- Functioning within a multidisciplinary team environment for care of complex patients
- Managing social aspects and emotional needs of burn patients
- Tertiary burn reconstruction including burn scar management, releases, flap coverage, and laser treatment
This training program is designed to provide a multidisciplinary exposure to the art and science of burn surgery. We are seeking ambitious surgeons with a minimum of five years of residency training (Plastic Surgery or General Surgery) and a commitment to training completion. Alternatively, the position may be made available to categorical PGY 3 and higher applicants on a case-by-case basis. The clinical portion of the fellowship involves all aspects of burn surgery including resuscitation, acute operative care, and reconstructive operations.
Facility Description/Training Sites: VCU Health System is central Virginia’s only ACS verified Level 1 trauma center for adult and pediatric patients and the state of Virginia’s only nationally verified burn center. The 1,125-bed health system offers state-of-the-art care in more than 200 specialty areas, many of national and international note, including organ transplantation, head and spinal cord trauma, burn healing and cancer treatment.
- 16 burn floor beds
- 8 dedicated burn intensive care beds
- 25 dedicated trauma ICU beds
- 90,000 annual ED visits
- 600 annual burn admits
- 3,500 annual trauma admits
2 Burn + Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical faculty
1 Burn + Trauma, Acute Care Surgery, Surgical Critical Care faculty
Number of burn procedures performed, on average, annually by fellow: 300+
12 of 12 months strictly burn training
SCC Board eligible at completion of training: No
ACGME verification status: Not verified
ABA verification status: Verified
How to Apply
Qualifications: Must have completed USMLE steps 1, 2 and 3 or equivalent examination. Must be within 4 years of graduation from medical school or direct patient care activity. If you are interested in our Burn Fellowship, please send the following to our coordinator:
- VCU GME Application
- Current CV Require
- 3 Letters of Recommendation
- Copy of all 3 USMLE scores
Fellowship Coordinator Name/Contact Information:
Tina (Hamlet) Cary
VCU Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Box 980154, Richmond, VA 23298-0154
- Basic science and translational research opportunities in concert with the Office of Research, Biomedicine, Innovation, and Technology (ORBIT)
- Global Health Studies opportunities
- Ongoing acute care and reconstructive clinical trials
VCU Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Richmond, VA 23298-0154
The Burn Fellowship at the University of Southern California is based at the LAC+USC Medical center and is an asymmetric track in the ACGME Surgical Critical Care Fellowship. The Fellowship includes all aspects of acute and reconstructive burn care as well as adult and pediatric intensive care. By the completion of the Fellowship, the trainee will be experienced in resuscitation, operative treatment, critical care, rehabilitation, and burn scar reconstruction. The schedule has eight (8) months in the Burn Unit and four (4) months of Surgical Critical. This schedule allows training in all aspects of burn treatment while making the fellow eligible for certification (CAQ) in Surgical Critical Care. The Burn Unit is verified by the American Burn Association and the American College of Surgeons and admits 400 adult and pediatric patients each year. The Trauma program is similarly credentialed. There is ample opportunity for clinical research. Applicants must have completed a minimum of three (3) years of clinical training in plastic or general surgery and be eligible for licensing in California.
Interested parties should contact Jackie Stout at 323 409 8597 or Justin Gillenwater, MD at (323) 409-7750; email
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