The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) Fellowship at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University provides a broad, multidisciplinary educational program developed to train pediatricians to become successful and competent critical care clinicians, educators, and researchers.
The Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship is an ACGME accredited three-year program for board eligible/certified physicians in Pediatrics or Medicine-Pediatrics. The program is accredited for 3 PICU fellows and matches one trainee per year.
Pediatric Critical Care fellows: Nicole Fiore, MD, John-David Bruce, MD and Molly Lacoursiere, DO
The 36 month fellowship curriculum includes:
All of the program’s clinical activities are housed in the Children’s Hospital of Georgia at AU which is a 149-bed, 220,000-square-foot facility that has a dedicated 14 bed combined medical-surgical PICU and cardiovascular ICU, along with an additional 6 bed pediatric intermediate care unit.
Pediatrics Critical Care Transport team
The research component draws upon already existing programs at AU such as the Pediatric Subspecialty Fellows’ Clinical Research Design Course and may offer protected support for those interested in pursuing a Certificate in Clinical and Translational Science Program or Masters in Public Health.
Extensive options for basic science, translational, or clinical research experiences are available through collaboration with the broad spectrum of lab-based and clinical scientists at Augusta University, including through the Georgia Prevention Institute (GPI) and the Vascular Biology Center.
Fellow didactics are protected time every Wednesday from approximately 1pm to 4pm, where concepts paramount to critical care, patient care and research are reviewed. There are additional educational activities that fall outside of our scheduled Wednesday didactics, demarcated with an asterisk.
All applications for our traditional three-year fellowship are through the AAMC’s online Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Positions are offered through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) fall cycle pediatric subspecialty match. Please do not send application materials to us directly.
Initial application submissions are received through ERAS beginning July 15. Following application review, applicants are invited by the Fellowship Program Director to interview from August to November.
The PCCM Fellowship Program accepts applicants with J1 visa status only. The following are minimum requirements for application to the fellowship training program:
Additional information is available on the Office of Graduate Medical Education's website.