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Educating the next generation of physicians
Our fellowship provides a thorough, structured curriculum that covers all elements of pediatric critical care medicine, including clinical science, anesthesia, professionalism and leadership development, with a particular focus on research.

About our fellowship

The mission of the pediatric critical care medicine fellowship training program at Cohen Children’s Medical Center is to improve the quality of life of patients while consistently demonstrating compassion for the patients and families. With a focus on leadership with integrity within the hospital and community, fellows and faculty work collaboratively to ensure optimal outcomes for every patient.

The training program provides a comprehensive curriculum that covers all elements of pediatric critical care medicine, and it provides a unique opportunity for fellows to perform basic science research at the renowned Feinstein Institute for Medical Research.

The fellowship training program is three years, consisting of six fellows, two per PGY level. Fellows will  have vast experience caring for children after surgical subspecialty procedures including those requiring general surgery, cardiac catheterizations and surgery, neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, ENT surgery and complex urologic surgeries.

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