Vanderbilt University’s Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care fellowship programs are designed to train leaders in academic Surgical Critical Care, Acute Care Surgery and Burns through an intensive clinical, educational, administrative, and research experience. The Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care directs the clinical programs in Surgical Critical Care, Trauma, Emergency General Surgery, and Burns and offers three distinct fellowship training tracts:
- Acute Care Surgery Fellowship – 2 year integrated program combining an ACGME approved Surgical Critical Care program and a second year with dedicated advanced experience in trauma, emergency general surgery, burns, vascular, and thoracic disciplines,
- Burn Fellowship – 2 year program combining an ACGME approved Surgical Critical Care program with dedicated Burn Fellowship supplemented with emergency general surgery and trauma.
- Surgical Critical Care Fellowship – Single year experience for those with academic and clinical interests outside of acute care surgery.
More information about the Burn Fellowship can be found here.
The Burn Residency Track is for new nursing graduates who seek to specialize in Burn Care. The program is designed to nurture the new graduate RN in the transition from student to professional RN. It provides the new nurse with the specific tools and experiences needed to begin a successful career in Burn care. Once hired into the program as a full-time employee, your first few weeks are spent in a combination of classroom and clinical experiences.