Overview

Program Description

The one-year Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, offers an outstanding experience that can be tailored to meet your educational goals.

Responsibilities include patient management and teaching. You gain experience in a wide range of skills associated with regional anesthesiology utilizing state-of-the-art ultrasound-guided techniques to perform single shot and catheter blocks. Each fellow personally performs over 1,000 blocks during the fellowship, including upper and lower extremity catheters as well as paravertebral catheters. Additionally, you supervise another 500 blocks performed by residents. You are intimately involved with the acute pain service to prepare residents to become perioperative physicians.

To enhance the academic mission, the fellowship has one dedicated nonclinical day per week for each trainee. Fellows do not take call, which maximizes your clinical and academic experience.

This subspecialty fellowship prepares you to evaluate pertinent literature, develop and conduct original clinical or basic science research projects, and present such work at national and international academic meetings. Every fellow has published peer-reviewed manuscripts in indexed academic journals.

Accreditation

The Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship is currently a nonaccredited fellowship. The fellowship is open to physicians who have successfully completed an accredited anesthesiology residency.

Certification

The Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship is considered subspecialty training in anesthesiology. Graduates who successfully complete the one-year program receive a certificate of completion from Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education.

Program History

The Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship at Mayo Clinic began in 2009. It is anticipated that two fellows will complete this program annually.

March 10, 2017