Fellowships

Fellowship training in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine recognizes special commitment and expertise in Undersea and/or Hyperbaric Medicine. In the United States, those eligible for Fellowship training must be Board Certified in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine by a Board sanctioned by the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) and must be in active practice in undersea and/or hyperbaric medicine.

One of the requirements to achieve Board Certification in UHM, according to the American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM) is to complete a full time ACGME accredited Fellowship in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine, during which approximately 25% of the Fellows time was spent in actual management of Undersea/Hyperbaric Medicine cases

APPLICATION FOR NEW FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM - PREVENTIVE MEDICINE (WORD)

APPLICATION FOR NEW FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM - EMERGENCY MEDICINE (WORD)

SAMPLE MATERIAL FOR NEW FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS



CURRENT FELLOWSHIP TRAINING LOCATIONS IN UNDERSEA AND HYPERBARIC MEDICINE OFFERED:


Advocate Aurora
Milwaukee, WI

Contact: Laurie Gesell, MD
Email: laurie.gesell@gmail.com
Informational recruitment flyer (pdf): Click here
Fellowship Information Website: https://www.aurorahealthcare.org/education/gme/undersea-hyperbaric-medicine
Advocate Aurora Woundcare & Hyperbaric Medicine website: https://www.aurorahealthcare.org/services/wound-care-hyperbaric-medicine 


Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC
Contact: Bruce Derrick, MD
Email: bruce.derrick@duke.edu 
(919) 684-6726

Home Page: dukedivemedicine.org

Hyperbaric fellows work in the Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Environmental Physiology, an integral part of Duke University Medical Center.  Four slots are available each year, 2 of which are associated thru Intermountain Healthcare. Applicants must be eligible for licensure as a trainee in the state of North Carolina and they must have completed an ACGME certified residency program and be board eligible in their specialty. The fellowship is highly competitive and the training is designed to prepare the fellow to become a leader in the field of Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine through the development of clinical competence and research expertise. 



Hennepin County Medical Center
Minneapolis, MN

Contact: Stephen Hendriksen, MD 
Email: Stephen.Hendriksen@hcmed.org 
612-873-7420
Home Page: http://www.hcmc.org/education/fellowships/hyperbaric-fellowship/index.htm 


Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Fellowship

Since opening our first hyperbaric chamber in 1964, Hennepin County Medical Center has pioneered the field of undersea and hyperbaric medicine.  Our fellowship is an ACGME accredited one year program whose graduates fulfill the requirements to sit for the American Board of Medical Specialists' certification examination for special competency in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine. The Primary Hospital: Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN is a Level I Trauma Center and referral center for all hyperbaric emergencies for western Wisconsin, the eastern Dakotas, Iowa and all of Minnesota.  Fellows practice in our new state-of-the art Center for Hyperbaric Medicine, which opened in 2012.  More information can be found at our website:

Please contact us if interested in applying and for more details:

Stephen Hendriksen, MD
Center for Hyperbaric Medicine
Division of Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine
Department of Emergency Medicine
Hennepin County Medical Center
612-873-7420

 



Louisiana State University
New Orleans, LA

Contact: Alexandra Eagles 
Email: aeagle@lsuhsc.edu
(504) 366-7638
Home Page: www.medschool.lsuhsc.edu/emergency_medicine/fellowship_hyperbarics.aspx

Fellowship in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine

Louisiana, LSU Health Sciences Center/Charity Hospital, New Orleans. One year fellowship includes extensive opportunities in clinical and animal research, publishing, and teaching experiences. Divers Alert Network and Gulf Coast Commercial Diving Referral Center. Clinical teaching locations includemultiplace and monoplace units. Interim Program Director: Dr. Micah W. Siegel

Accredited Program: effective July 1, 2008



SUNY Upstate Medical University
Syracuse, NY
Contact: Program Coordinator Cindie Sidari

E-Mail: sidaric@upstate.edu 
Phone: (315) 464-4363

Home Page:http://www.upstate.edu/emergency/education/fellowships/hyperbaric.php

Fellowship in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine 

This ACGME accredited fellowship program at SUNY Upstate Medical University offers comprehensive training for a physician who is board-eligible in any ABMS or Osteopathic specialty. The program provides intensive training in clinical hyperbaric medicine while including all aspects of wound care and diving medicine. There are didactic lectures based on core curriculum and participation in research within hyperbaric medicine. Opportunities also exist for clinical activity to maintain skills in trainees' primary specialty. 

Interested candidates should contact: Cindie Sidari at sidaric@upstate.edu.



The San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium (SAUSHEC)
San Antonio, TX

Contact: Col Jason Kelly, Lt Col Pablo Medina
E-Mail:  Jason.a.kelly22.mil@mail.mil; pablo.o.medina2.mil@mail.mil 
Phone: (210) 292-3483



University of California San Diego
San Diego, CA

Contact: Charlotte Sadler, MD
E-Mail:  csadler@ucsd.edu
Phone: (619) 543-6463 or (619) 543-6218

Home Page:http://emergencymed.ucsd.edu/education/fellowships/hyperbaric




University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
Contact: Kevin Hardy, MD and Wendy Kelly
E-Mail: wherrman@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
 Phone: (215) 898-9095
Home Page: http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/ifem/hbofellowshipoutline.pdf


Fellowship in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine
 

The ACGME accredited fellowship program at The University of Pennsylvania offers comprehensive training for two physicians who are board-eligible in any ABMS specialty. Our program provides intensive training in diving and hyperbaric medicine, including all aspects of wound care and elective opportunities in critical care. A series of didactic lectures occurs weekly, and there are opportunities for research and clinical activity to maintain skills in trainees' primary specialty. 

On-line information is found at http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/emergency-medicine/education/fellowships/hyperbaric-medicine/ 
Interested candidates should contact: 
Wendy Kelly at 215-898-9095 
or 
e-mail: wherrman@mail.med.upenn.edu


TWO POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS
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Two Postdoctoral Positions are offered to study fundamental mechanisms of oxygen in angiogenesis, cell-to-cell adhesion or free radical production/pathogenesis as well as the clinical effects of hyperbaric oxygen. Individuals with clinical experience who are interested in obtaining research training will receive special consideration. An exceptional opportunity exists for collaborative basic and clinical research as part of a NIH-funded Specialized Center of Research in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.


CLINICAL HYPERBARIC MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP:

One position is offered to a board-eligible, licensed physician for intensive training in undersea and hyperbaric medicine. Fellows are actively involved with the clinical program of Penn's Institute for Environmental Medicine, and are provided opportunities for involvement in basic and clinical research as a part of the training.



University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas/ Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine, Hyperbaric Unit

Dallas, TX
Program Director: James Berry, MD
Contact: Vanessa Pantoja, GME Program Coordinator II
Email: ANESFellowship@UTSouthwestern.Edu
Phone: (214) 648-7837
Home Page: https://www.utswanesthesia.org/fellowships

Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine (USHM) is a 12-month ACGME-accredited fellowship designed to prepare physicians with another primary Board certification for certification by the American Board of Preventive Medicine in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine.  The curriculum encompasses: physics and physiology of altered ambient pressure, dive safety, clinical applications of hyperbaric oxygen, and the evaluation and treatment of diving and marine injuries. Our faculty have over 50 years of combined experience in aviation and dive medicine as well as anesthesia and critical care.  The multi-place triple-lock hypo/hyperbaric chamber at the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine is the largest in North Texas.  We are active in both the clinical practice of and research into hyperbaric medicine.

 


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