Anesthesia for Major Organ Transplantation Surgery

Fellows who have graduated from this program have passed their boards on their first attempt and have gone on to obtain excellent positions in private practice and academic settings. Two graduates have become internationally recognized clinical researchers and teachers at academic institutions.

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Anesthesia for Major Organ Transplantation

Through Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas’ Anesthesia for Major Organ Transplantation fellowship program, board-eligible anesthesiologists develop advanced skills in the management of high-acuity patients and obtain a solid foundation in clinical research. Fellows who have graduated from Baylor University Medical Center's Fellowship program have gone on to positions in private practice and academic settings. Two graduates have become internationally recognized clinical researchers and teachers at academic institutions.

 

Baylor University Medical Center's Anesthesia for Major Organ Transplantation Fellowship program began in 1985 along with Baylor’s liver transplant program. Now open to two positions each year, the program has expanded to include multi-organ transplants. These six-month fellowships are renewable for up to one year (this is a non-Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited year).

 

Baylor University Medical Center's Transplant program encompasses two hospitals, Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and Baylor All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth. Since its inception, Baylor’s transplant program has completed more than:

  • 3,600 liver transplants
  • 3,300 kidney transplants
  • 200 pancreas transplants

 



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