Our ACGME approved 2-year Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Training Program provides outstanding clinical training leading to Board eligibility in Critical Care Medicine. This program is designed for Emergency Medicine graduates seeking Board eligibility in Critical Care Medicine.
- Designed for Emergency Medicine trained physicians in collaboration with the Department of Emergency Medicine, Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care (MCIRCC), and Michigan Medicine directive to expand care of the critically ill.
- The IM-CCM program is a two-year fellowship that involves rotations in the Critical Care Medical Unit, Neurological Critical Care Unit, Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Department Intensive Care Unit, Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Palliative Care, Nutrition and several electives. The IM-CCM fellow will be rotating in the Critical Care Medical Unit three months each year.
- All Emergency Medicine resident applicant are encouraged to complete the prerequisite 6 months of Internal Medicine rotations (including 3 months of medical ICU) prior to application.
- Applications should be uploaded into ERAS under the University of Michigan, Internal Medicine, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program, since there is not a separate stand alone IM/CCM ERAS application for our site.
- Dr. Kyle Gunnerson, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, serves as the Associate Program Director for the IM-CCM trainees under the oversight of Dr. Jakob McSparron, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, PCCM Fellowship Director.
More information on the Critical Care Medicine Fellowship can be found on the Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program Website.