Welcome to the St. Louis University School of Medicine Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program. The program offers a one or two year ACGME accredited fellowship to graduates of approved residency or fellowship programs. Since 1979, over two-hundred fellows have graduated and are currently practicing critical care medicine nationally and internationally. The fellowship has a rich history yielding two past presidents of the Society of Critical Care Medicine. The fellowship’s trademark centers on a strong clinical experience producing exceptional intensivists. The fellows are offered a unique twelve or twenty-four month experience rotating between St. Louis University and Mercy St. Louis Hospitals with exposure to varied intensive care unit populations including medical, surgical, trauma, neurological, neurosurgical, cardiac and vascular patients. The St. Louis University School of Medicine Critical Care and Pulmonary Critical Care Fellowships run in parallel strengthening both programs by sharing faculty, rotations, and educational experiences. The responsibility of the intensive care unit team includes admitting, managing and discharging of the intensive care unit patients while maintaining communication with surgical/medical colleagues and consultants. The St. Louis University School of Medicine Critical Care Fellowship Program offers a multidisciplinary experience that is not matched by many programs in the country.
The Critical Care Fellowship Program does not participate in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). Applications are accepted yearly starting in the spring. Application materials should be scanned and emailed to email@example.com and interviews are conducted in late summer and early fall.
Program Director: Farid Sadaka, MD
Associate Program Director: David Tannehill, DO
Fellowship Coordinator: Kayla Carns, Kayla.firstname.lastname@example.org
Mercy Hospital, St. Louis
Department of Critical Care Medicine
621 S Ballas Road, Heart Hospital Suite 7020
St. Louis, MO 63141