Critical Care Surgery

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  • Critical Care Fellowship

    The University of Mississippi Medical Center's surgical critical care fellowship is an ACGME-accredited one-year fellowship that is designed to develop proficiency in the care of critically ill adult patients. The fellowship provides experience in the acute care and management of general surgery, trauma, vascular, hepatobiliary and liver transplant patients. Critical care fellows will work closely with surgeons, residents and nurse practitioners as well as pharmacists, dietitians and other members that regularly round with the team as to have a multi-disciplinary approach in the care of these complex patients.  

    The successful candidate will have completed an ACGME-accredited general surgery residency prior to beginning their critical care fellowship.  

    For more information

    • Program director: Lonnie Frei, MD
    • Program coordinator: Jodi L. Boyd

    Program faculty

    • Naveed Ahmed, MD
    • Shuntaye D. Batson, MD
    • Lonnie Frei, MD
    • Larry Martin, MD
    • Liz Robertson, MD
    • Gregory Timberlake, MD

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