The PGY2 critical care residency at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and Regional One Health in Memphis, TN began in 1987 and has trained over 68 critical care residents. The critical care component focuses on managing trauma/surgery patients. The metabolic support component involves being an actively participating member of the nutrition support service (NSS). Required rotations are: seven months divided between trauma ICU (TICU) and NSS, three months of electives, one month of hospital orientation/introduction to TICU/NSS (July), and one month of research/TICU/NSS cross coverage (Dec). Elective options include medical/surgical ICU, burn ICU, cardiology, emergency medicine, neuro ICU, or nephrology. A research project is required. A variety of teaching opportunities in the UT Pharm.D. program are available. Residents can optionally enroll in the UT Teaching and Learning Program.
Completion of Accredited PGY1 Residency Program.
Additional Salary Information: Includes travel stipend and benefits
Internal Number: 2018-0003
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