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Letter from the Director

On behalf of the Critical care faculty at St. Joseph’s Medical Center, I want to thank you for considering our Critical Care fellowship program. I am excited to introduce you to our program which provides outstanding training experience in critical care medicine. We offer a two-year ACGME accredited Critical Care fellowship.

The mission of the Critical Care Medicine fellowship is to enable our trainees to transform into independently functioning critical care physicians who provide compassionate and exceptional care to the most critically ill patients. The fellows will have a comprehensive education curriculum, covering the breadth and depth of all aspects of critical care medicine through clinical exposure, procedural experience, quality improvement projects, opportunities for clinical research, routine didactic lectures, grand rounds, and multi- disciplinary conferences.

You will have the opportunity to work with experienced critical care attendings, using different models that will allow you to develop the skills and knowledge necessary for success and for the challenges in the practice of critical care medicine. There will be opportunities to teach residents, medical students, and scholars of all levels.

We are committed to recruiting a diverse group of fellows and providing a supportive environment for their wellness and professional and personal growth through teaching, mentorship, and scholarship.

I invite you to look through our site and explore our program. Please reach out if you have additional questions about our fellowship.

Dr. Abdelghani

Loui Abdelghani, MD, FCCP
Founding Program Director
Board-certified in Pulmonology, Critical Care and Neurocritical Care