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Anesthesiology for Professionals

Residency Training

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.

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.

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

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