Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

Dr. Srikar Jonna

Program Director, Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
Srikar Jonna, MD

The menu to the left contains an overview of our program, faculty, and facilities, as well as the fellow’s responsibilities and evaluation criteria. Our fellows have considerable resources at their disposal such as the Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center (HAM-TMC) Library, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center (UTMDACC) library, online journals, PubMed, medical texts, and pharmaceutical databases, as well as all laboratory data and a variety of scan images available on our electronic medical records systems. Our ICUs are staffed by a multidisciplinary team of physicians, ethicists, pharmacists, dieticians, physiotherapists, respiratory technicians, advanced nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and medical students. It is our hope that you will consider becoming a part of our dynamic critical care team.

The faculty help guide and instruct our fellows to develop the clinical judgment and advanced skills necessary to perform as an attending intensivist upon completion of this program. We also encourage our fellows to take advantage of the many opportunities for research and publication during their fellowship year. It is our objective to train the future leaders in the field of Critical Care Anesthesiology, and we openly invite you to be a part of that exciting future.

Our academic year is from August 1 to July 31, and rotation assignments are individualized based on the academic goals of each fellow. We currently have five accredited training positions.

Kristelle Grant-DetervilleInterested applicants should contact our Senior Residency/Fellowship Program Coordinator, Kristelle Grant-Deterville at 713-500-7160 or via email at Kristelle.Grant@uth.tmc.edu.

 

If you are interested in our 24-month combined critical care anesthesiology (CCA) and adult cardiothoracic anesthesiology (ACTA) fellowship track, please read more on the track’s page. Your application will be reviewed by both programs, with a limited number of interviews offered to selected applicants and committee decisions provided by April. 

 

Critical Care Fellowship Medicine Team

Amber N. Campbell, MDAmber Campbell, MD
Clinical Competency Committee Chair
Akshay Chaku, MD
Critical Care Echocardiography Course Director
Ray Hwong, MDRay Hwong, MD
Critical Care Quality Improvement Officer
Jonathan McCollester, DO
Board Review Curriculum Moderator
Ryan Rihani, MD
Journal Club Architect