Surgical Critical Care

Program Overview

The Surgical Critical Care Fellowship offered by Michigan State University and Spectrum Health is a one year ACGME accredited program. The fellowship aims to train individuals in a broad range of disciplines essential to care of the critically ill and injured patient, with two fellowship positions per year.

The 22 bed Surgical Intensive Care Unit at Spectrum Health Butterworth serves as the main site of clinical rotations. Fellows will be exposed to an extensive variety of patients including General Surgery, Trauma and Severe Traumatic Brain Injuries, Burn, Surgical Oncology, Vascular Surgery, Orthopedics, ENT and Thoracic patients. Fellows will work with members of the Division of Acute Care Surgery, including 12 board certified surgical intensivists with diverse clinical backgrounds. Additional rotations and experiences including Cardiothoracic ICU, ECMO, Neuro ICU, Advanced Airway and Anesthesiology, Emergency General Surgery, Surgical Nutrition and Echocardiography are also included in the fellowship year.

Diversity and Resident Wellness

Spectrum Health is committed to creating a healthy work environment which promotes wellness and a culture that is respectful, inclusive and positive .  Please visit the Spectrum Health Resident Wellness page and the Spectrum Health Diversity page to learn more.

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All applications are accepted through ERAS. Please see the For Applicants section of your preferred program for additional details.

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