The Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, & Sleep Medicine offers a well-balanced program of clinical care, teaching and research. We are currently twelve faculty and ten pulmonary fellows. Critical care is the mainstay of the program with the section managing the medical intensive care units at both Augusta University Medical Center and Charlie Norwood Veterans Administration Hospital.
We also has busy consultation services, bronchoscopy and PFT labs, and specialty clinics at both hospitals. Other programs include Georgia Sleep Center, the Adult Cystic Fibrosis program, the Pulmonary Vascular Disease Program, Interventional Pulmonology and the Tuberculosis Clinic. We have two NIH funded basic science investigators and an active clinical investigation program.
Pulmonary faculty and fellows play an integral role in the Department of Medicine teaching program, including organizing the core curriculum medicine conference series, and supervising and teaching residents and students during ICU and consultation rotations. Pulmonary faculty and fellows are active in medical education programs outside the university and in the presentation of papers at national meetings.
Location: Kiawah Island, SC
Dates: July 29- August 2, 2024