Residency training consists of supervised daily instruction in the care of patients requiring surgery, obstetric care, pain management, critical care services, and preadmission evaluation. Experience is provided in postoperative care, resuscitation, respiratory and circulatory emergency care, and ventilator management. The curriculum complies with the training requirements of the American Board of Anesthesiology and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education; and consists of three clinical anesthesia years, which include basic anesthesia training, subspecialty anesthesia training, and advanced anesthesia training.
Residency Program Director and Vice Chair for Education
Mary Njoku, M.D.
Assistant Residency Program Director
Matthew Tulis, M.D.
Residency and Fellowship Program Coordinator