Surgical Critical Care Fellowship – University of Hawaii

University of Hawaii
Date Posted: October 21, 2019

Our University of Hawaii Surgical Critical Care Fellowship is currently accepting applications for a Surgical Critical Care Fellow position for the 2020-2021 academic year (starting on August 1, 2020). A start date of July 1, 2020 would be applicable to residents who would be required to return to residency training on July 1, 2021. The fellowship is ACGME-accredited since 1993 with RRC commendations for compliance with ACGME requirements for graduate medical education. The Queen's Medical Center (primary training site) is a tertiary referral center for the Pacific Basin and the State's only Level 1 Trauma Center. Dr. Mihae Yu is the Program Director (since fellowship program inception). She is one of the editors of Civetta, Taylor, and Kirby’s Critical Care and a prolific researcher who shares her clinical expertise and philosophical values with her fellows. The University of Hawaii Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program seeks to prepare the SCC fellow to become a dedicated surgical intensivist who will continue to carry on the spirit of teaching as well as to strive for providing excellent patient care. The year spent in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit will be an educational and growing experience for the SCC fellow. The SCC fellow will be the central contact person for the residents, nurses, attendings, consultants and other ancillary services. Besides mastering the clinical knowledge of intensive care medicine, the SCC fellow will grow as a teacher, administrator and researcher. Suitable applicants should have successfully completed an ACGME-accredited general surgery program (must be American Board of Surgery eligible or certified) or completed a PGY-3 year in good standing with a guaranteed position to finish the last 2 years of residency after completing the Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Program.

How To Apply

Interested candidates should forward the following application documents [Current CV, Personal Statement, ABSITE Scores for all levels of training, USMLE Steps 1- 3, 3 letters of recommendation (one letter from current Chair or Program Director], Case logs (Current Defined Category Report) or direct questions to Lori Bland, SCC Fellowship Coordinator at The fellowship also welcomes application through the Surgical Critical Care Program Directors Society's SAFAS application service at Program Website:

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