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Anesthesiology for Professionals

Residency Training

Dr. Carrie Guheen instructs a resident

The Department of Anesthesiology provides training opportunities for residents enrolled in programs with which we have a formal affiliation.

Our staff teaches residents in all three years of clinical anesthesia residency training. We have a long-standing affiliation with the anesthesia residency program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Weill Cornell Medical College. Residents from this program learn the fundamentals of regional anesthesia during the CA-1 year with graduated responsibilities and exposure to advanced techniques and complex cases upon returning during subsequent years.

Academic Affiliations

Weill Cornell Medical CollegeWeill Cornell Medical College
Johns Hopkins School of MedicineJohns Hopkins University
University of California, San FranciscoUniversity of California - San Francisco

The Department of Anesthesiology hosts CA-3 residents from Johns Hopkins University and University of California - San Francisco.

All rotating residents programs participate in department-wide academic programs including CME Grand Rounds, Journal Clubs, Research Updates,  and Case Conferences. CA3 residents are given the opportunity to present the summation of a recent article to the Department of Anesthesiology during their rotation,  with preparation assistance from a faculty advisor and statistician.

Please note, the Department of Anesthesiology is unable to grant requests for clinical electives from residents in non-affiliated programs.