Physicians applying for a fellowship program in regional anesthesiology/acute pain medicine must be currently enrolled in, or have completed, an accredited anesthesiology residency program. Each individual program may have additional requirements such as medical licensing. The information published here has been supplied by the individual institutions. Please check back frequently for updates. Programs with an asterisk behind the title indicate they are part of the SF Match Program.
Duration of Fellowship: One year
Core Related Specialty: Anesthesiology; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Fellowship in The Match®? Yes
Application Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
Number of Positions Available: 2
The one-year, ACMGE-accredited pain medicine fellowship program at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Arizona provides a comprehensive training environment for fellows. As a fellow, you will work closely with numerous faculty members that have shown excellence in graduate medical education. Our faculty works closely with each fellow in order to tailor the program to your specific educational needs and career goals. Core faculty members are trained in anesthesiology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and psychology.
There is a structured didactic curriculum that has been designed to create success for fellows in clinical practice and to ensure preparation for subspecialty board certification in pain medicine. The core of the program relies on staffing a diverse, interventional pain practice at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. In addition, rotations in private practice, cancer pain, palliative care, headache, neurology, hospice, and pain rehabilitation add to the multidisciplinary education of our pain fellows. A unique one-week anatomy course gives fellows an opportunity to learn and improve on the performance of advanced pain procedures and is one of the highlights of the program. There are also elective educational opportunities available in neuroradiology, electromyography, and pediatric pain as well as global health activities that are funded through the Mayo International Health Program. Fellows also participate in scholarly activity including quality improvement projects, submission of manuscripts to peer-reviewed journals, and presentations at national conferences. Fellows are an integral part of the education of anesthesiology residents and medical students. After successful completion of the pain medicine fellowship, trainees will be highly qualified pain specialists that are ready for the demands of private practice or academics.
All applications to this program are to be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®).
Applicant Interview Timeframe: (Not provided)
- Specialty: Chronic Pain
- Duration:1 year
- Start Year:
- Deadline: Per Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®)/National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®)
- Salary: $71,275
- Contact Person: Kimberly Fredricksen Coordinator
- Email: Fredricksen.firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 480-342-1272
- 5777 E Mayo Blvd
- Arizona 85054
- Telephone: 480-301-8394
- Website: https://college.mayo.edu/academics/residencies-and-fellowships/pain-medicine-fellowship-arizona/
- Director: Christopher Wie, MD
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