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Our Critical Care Fellowship program is designed to let you tailor your experience to your personal goals.

And our solid educational foundation has led to a 100% board pass rate.

As a critical care fellow, you’ll:

  • Participate in weekly fellow lectures
  • Learn from dedicated, state-of-the-art simulations
  • Attend morbidity and mortality case conferences, journal clubs and point-of-care ultrasound rounds in the ICUs

We pride ourselves on our nationally attended symposiums on critical care updates and topics, including:

  • ECMO
  • OB-GYN critical care
  • Multidisciplinary ultrasound and echocardiography
  • ICU survivorship

We have a dedicated point-of-care ultrasound curriculum and other training, including BLS, ACLS, ATLS, FCCS, ENLS and FDM.

Our faculty will work with you throughout your fellowship to make sure your experience is well-rounded and well-grounded in everything you need to reach your future goals.


Geisinger is known for innovation and research, and you’ll have many opportunities to join ongoing trials — and the support you need to undertake your own projects.

Resources that will be available to you include facilities in the Henry Hood Center for Health Research, on our main campus in Danville, and our electronic medical record, in place for over a decade and serving millions of patients — which equates to endless possibilities for you to synthesize and analyze data.

Throughout the training, you’ll take advanced biostatistics courses, including data summarization, study design, sample size considerations, multiple group comparisons and regression models for binary and time-to-event outcomes.

You can also participate in the many randomized control trials underway throughout our system. Our fellows hold research grants, publish in top peer-reviewed journals and present across the country.

In short, we welcome and support your research interests, and our faculty will guide your growth not just as a practitioner but as a scholar.

Learn more about ongoing research at Geisinger's research web pages.

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