• Critical Care Medicine 

  • The Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program at UT Southwestern provides trainees a comprehensive, multidisciplinary exposure to critical care across a variety of healthcare landscapes. During their training, fellows will learn current evidence-based medicine, advanced procedural skills, and practical leadership traits required to function as a consultant in critical care medicine, regardless of their ultimate practice setting. 

    Training Pathways
    Our program offers two unique ACGME-approved training pathways: (1) a 12-month pathway for trainees who have completed an ACGME-accredited Anesthesiology residency and (2) a 24-month pathway for trainees who have completed an ACGME-accredited Emergency Medicine residency. The 12-month program is sponsored by the Department of Anesthesiology while the 24-month program is co-sponsored by the Departments of Anesthesiology and Emergency Medicine. Participants in the 24-month program will spend approximately two months working in the Emergency Department during their first year. Graduates of both programs will be eligible for the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA) critical care medicine board certification upon successful completion of their fellowship.
    Trainees participate in a robust didactic program that includes daily teaching rounds, formal resident and fellow lectures, multidisciplinary journal club conference, Trauma Institute of San Antonio (TRISAT) Critical Care online lecture series, critical care medicine board exam preparation, and high-fidelity critical care simulation sessions in UT Southwestern’s state-of-the-art Simulation Center. Additionally, fellows participate in multiple standardized examinations to help prepare them for their ABA APPLIED examination.
    Scholarly Activity
    UT Southwestern Medical Center offers abundant and diverse research opportunities across the institution. Fellows work closely with faculty mentors and participate in ongoing clinical and basic science research efforts, quality improvement initiatives, and academic writing projects.
    Participating Clinical Sites
    • UT Southwestern Medical Center University Hospitals
    • Parkland Memorial Hospital
    • Dallas VA Medical Center
    • Baylor University Medical Center
    • Children’s Medical Center Dallas
    • Methodist Charlton Medical Center
    ICU Rotations
    • Cardiovascular ICU
    • Medical ICU
    • Surgical ICU
    • Burn/Trauma ICU
    • Neurological ICU
    • Pediatric ICU
    Non-ICU Electives
    • Echocardiography (Intraoperative TEE and Critical Care TTE)
    • Infectious Disease
    • Nephrology
    • Nutrition
    • Palliative Care
    • Research 



    We participate in the SF Match program. Graduates of ACGME-accredited Anesthesiology (3 spots) and Emergency Medicine (1 spot) residency programs are invited to apply. Currently, we are not accepting or sponsoring any training visas. For further information about our program, please contact: Anesthesiology Fellowship Program Coordinators

  • Dallas - Ft. Worth

  • Located in North Texas, Dallas – Fort Worth (DFW) offers a combination of big-city excitement and quiet suburban living.  Being centrally located with access to one of the world’s busiest airports that can connect to any region of the continental United States within 4 hours, DFW is a growing location with a “booming” economy.  Together with a thriving community, DFW offers a bustling nightlife mixed with family-friendly activities and all professional sports throughout the Metroplex.
    Music and Entertainment
    DFW boasts some of the best music and entertainment anywhere, from Deep Ellum, a haven for alternative music and eclectic shops and galleries, to the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center and Winspear Opera House (Dallas) and Bass Performance Hall (Fort Worth).  In addition, the American Airlines Center and Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas and AT&T Stadium in Arlington host many of the top concerts acts in the world.
    Shopping and Dining
    The Metroplex offers virtually unlimited shopping opportunities, from upscale malls such as the Galleria and NorthPark Center in Dallas to large outlet malls like Grapevine Mills, along with traditional malls, small boutiques, and specialty stores.  Restaurants of all types abound in DFW as well, ranging from world-renowned five-star establishments to the undiscovered hole-in-the-wall eateries.  With more restaurants per person than New York, name the type of cuisine you are looking for and you will find it in DFW.
    Sports, from Professional to Amateur
    DFW is represented in all major professional leagues.  Dallas Cowboys (NFL), Texas Rangers (MLB), Dallas Mavericks (NBA), Dallas Stars (NHL) and FC Dallas (MLS) represent the major sports leagues.  Just north of Fort Worth, racing takes place at the Texas Motor Speedway.  If smaller leagues are your interest, the major population of DFW supports multiple amateurs and minor league sports of all types for all ages.
    Family Living
    With a booming child population located in the DFW area, many activities abound for families.  Many museums are located throughout the Metroplex from Fort Worth to Dallas and surrounding areas.  Two nationally acclaimed zoos are in the region,  with the Fort Worth Zoo offering a newly renovated design.  Water parks are virtually located in all major regions and a centrally located amusement park, Six Flags Over Texas, offers any adrenaline rush craving you need.