Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

The critical care medicine pathway offers a 24-month program and a 12-month program. Rotations for both programs consist of 4-week blocks and allow for three weeks of vacation annually. The majority of rotations take place in Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s intensive care units.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital ICUs

The majority of rotations take place in Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s intensive care units.


24-month program

The 24-month program will have the following blocks divided over the course of the 24 months, for a total of (26) 4-week blocks:

  • 7 blocks of MICUs (combination of MICU and Stem Cell Transplant/Oncology ICU)
  • 1 block of CCU
  • 5 blocks of SICU
  • 4 blocks of CT-ICU
  • 1 block of NNICU
  • 1 block Interventional Pulmonary and Palliative Care (2 weeks each)
  • 3-4 blocks of research (research may be extended to a full 7 blocks if desired)
  • 3-4 blocks of elective

12-month program

The 12-month program will have the following blocks divided over the course of the 12 months, for a total of (13) 4-week blocks:

  • 5 blocks of MICUs (combination of MICU and Stem Cell Transplant/Oncology ICU)
  • 1 block of CCU
  • 3 blocks of SICU
  • 2 blocks of CT-ICU
  • 1 block of NNICU
  • 1 block of Interventional Pulmonary and Palliative Care (2 weeks each)

Apply

Our program accepts applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) program.  In ERAS, please select the Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine (Internal Medicine) at Washington University/B-JH/SLCH Consortium Program.  Once the program is selected, there will be two tracks listed- please choose Critical Care Medicine.

NRMP Code 1353156F1

Requirements

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Department of Medicine Chair’s Letter of Support
  • At least three (3) letters of recommendation
  • USMLE result(s)
  • Personal statement
  • Photograph