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Anesthesiology

Obstetric Anesthesiology Fellowship

We are currently welcoming applications for the 2016-17 academic year.

The Department of Anesthesiology at Vanderbilt University is pleased to offer one ACGME accredited, one-year Obstetric Anesthesiology Fellowship position annually. The program is committed to providing the highest quality training for future leaders, educators, researchers, and practitioners of obstetrical anesthesiology. 

The fellowship program includes a rigorous & highly mentored core fellowship curriculum, devoted to fundamental goals & objectives. Equally important, the program offers a high degree of flexibility and encourages the formulation of individual programs of learning & achievement that address the unique interests &  goals of each fellow, whether their career paths be oriented to clinical care, scholarship, administration, education, private practice, academics, or research. Fellows enjoy a vast abundance of clinical & academic resources that support & enhance their professional development. 

The program typically starts in July or August, although other start dates may be considered. Applications should be submitted as early as possible, ideally at least a year in advance (during applicant's CA2 year). Selected applicants will be invited to Vanderbilt for a personal interview. We begin considering applicants starting in January each year.

The program offers a competitive salary & benefits package. 

Music City: Vanderbilt is fortunate to be located in warm & sunny Nashville, a city of endless possibilities for enjoying year-aound leisure, sports, music, culture, and natural splendors. Travel to and from Nashville is easy, thanks to a full-service international airport hub and the intersection of three interstate highways.

We eagerly invite your interest in our program.  For additional information, kindly contact Michael G. Richardson, MD, Director, Obstetric Anesthesiology Fellowship Program, or the program's fellowship coordinator, Donna Ray Anthony, 615-322-8476.

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