The Acute Care Surgery fellowship aims to train the next generation of acute care surgeons, preparing them for clinical and administrative leadership roles in an environment of increasing need for emergency surgical treatment.
The aim of the burn fellowship is to graduate well-trained and qualified surgeons who will practice in and lead multidisciplinary specialized burn programs.
The Pediatric Surgery fellowship aims to graduate fellows who are safe and technically competent in a broad spectrum of pediatric surgery disease processes as evidenced by all fellows achieving level four or higher on all patient care milestones by graduation.
The independent format is a three-year program for those who have completed accredited residency training in general surgery or otolaryngology. The three years are spent on rotations primarily based at UF Health Shands Hospital and the Malcom Randall VA Medical Center, located across the street from each other.
The integrated pathway for training is a six-year program, without a mandatory research year. There is one position available each year.
The University of Florida Surgical Critical Care Fellowship offers a dynamic 12-month, multidisciplinary training program by a team of critical care specialists at UF Health Shands Hospital, which is a Level I trauma center and tertiary surgical referral center serving north and central Florida.
Our mission is to produce well-rounded, clinically excellent and technically skilled cardiac and thoracic surgeons through commitment to education, scholarship, diversity, inclusion, and safe, high quality patient care. We will improve the health and well-being of Gainesville, Florida and referral area patients and their families by producing physicians who continue to learn and/or lead in whatever setting they choose for their career.
Our mission is to produce a modern vascular surgeon with the necessary technical skills in open vascular surgery and endovascular therapies in order to independently handle the entire gamut of vascular pathologies.