Critical Care Fellowship Program

Why Choose Stony Brook for your Residency or Fellowship?

Critical Care Fellowship Program Highlights

  • Stony Brook University Hospital and the Northport Veterans Affairs Hospital are the two main sites for clinical training.
  • Stony Brook University Hospital is the only level one trauma and tertiary care hospital on Eastern Long Island.
  • We offer a dedicated curriculum specifically designed to promote practical and evidence-based understanding of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, meeting all the requirements of the ACGME for board certification.
  • Excellent complement of conferences and lectures including clinical case conferences, ultrasound rounds, simulation exercises, radiology/oncology/pathology conference, journal club, research conference and morbidity and mortality conference
  • Newly implemented 2 week orientation course, which includes didactic lectures, ventilator workshops, chest tube, airway and cardiac resuscitation simulation workshops and a 4 day introductory critical care ultrasound course.
  • Dedicated 8-10 month research time in 2nd year
  • Opportunities for additional elective rotations in Interventional Bronchoscopy, Advanced Ultrasound & Echo, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Surgical Intensive Care Unit/Trauma, Anesthesia, Sleep, Pulmonary Function Testing and Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing
  • Three year comprehensive longitudinal training in bedside ultrasound and echocardiography