Acute and Reconstructive Burn Fellowship

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Akron Children's Hospital
Date Posted: January 18, 2022

This Adult/Pediatric 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.

How To Apply

Please send cover letter, 3 letters of recommendation, ABSITE scores to: Anjay Khandelwal, MD, FACS Program Director, Acute and Reconstructive Burn Fellowship akhandelwal@akronchildrens.org

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