Interested applicants should submit their CV and letter of interest to Program Director Linda Snyder, MD, and Associate Program Director Jarrod Mosier, MD, in the spring of their current residency’s 2nd year (3rd year if in a 4-year program).
Please note: This training opportunity is not available through ERAS.
- Program number: 1560321001
- Number of fellows per year: 1
- Length of Fellowship: 2 years
- Opportunities available for third year, research track.
Candidates must be a graduate of a certified ACGME-accredited residency program. Candidates should complete a formal on-site interview on an invitation basis. Candidates should submit the following information for the application:
- Current curriculum vitae
- Letter of interest in training in critical care medicine
- Recent photograph
- Copy of USMLE or COMLEX scores
- Copy of ECFMG Certificate (if applicable – see International Medical Graduates below)
- Copy of medical school transcript and diploma
- Three letters of recommendation (one from program director and at least one from an internist)
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL GRADUATES
International Medical Graduates are welcome to apply to the Program. In addition to the above requirements, they must have a standard ECFMG Certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG).
Fellows must have either U.S. citizenship, permanent residency status or a valid J-1 visa status. Again, this fellowship program is unable to accept candidates with H1B visas.
Emergency Medicine residents applying from ACGME-accredited Emergency Medicine programs should have completed at least six months of direct patient care experience inInternal Medicine, of which at least three months must have been in a Medical ICU. This is an ACGME requirement.
Fellows entering at the F1 (first-year fellow) level who have completed an ACGME-accredited Emergency Medicine program, but have not completed the prerequisite clinical experiences in Internal Medicine must complete these experiences during the beginning of the F1 year.
What to Expect
The Program reviews all applications and selects the most qualified candidates for an interview. Fellowship interviews generally begin in August. Appointments are announced in December.
A Fellow accepts appointment as a Clinical Assistant in the Program. It is understood that appointments at the UA College of Medicine are year-to-year, and subject to annual renewal, pursuant to Chapter 4, University Handbook for Appointed Personnel and the Arizona Board of Regents Policy Manual, 6-301, et seq.
All accepted candidates must obtain an Arizona postgraduate training permit (see "Licensure") from the Arizona Medical Board.