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Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

Welcome to the Critical Care Medicine Fellowship at the University of Michigan Medical School. We offer seven ACGME accredited fellowship positions each year.

We accept six anesthesiologists for a one-year fellowship and have approval from the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA) to offer one, two-year ACCM training position for emergency medicine (EM) physicians.

    Application Process

    Along with most other ACCM programs in the country, we participate in the San Francisco Matching Program in our fellow selection process.

    To apply for a fellowship position, please submit the following documents to Kymberly Holler in addition to the materials required via the San Francisco Match (application and 3 Letters of Recommendation; one being from the current program director):

    • Curriculum Vitae
    • Photo
    • Copy of In–Training Exam (ITE) Scores
    • Copy NBME/USMLE transcripts
    Curriculum & Rotations

    Our Critical Care Medicine training program develops competent anesthesiology intensivists in the theory, diagnosis, and treatment of critical care related disorders across a broad spectrum of patients, treatment settings and levels of care.


    All fellows complete rotation blocks in the Surgical ICU, Cardiovascular ICU, Neurosurgical ICU, Critical Care Medicine Unite, Emergency Critical Care Center, Critical Care Ultrasonography and Advanced Critical Care Echocardiography.

    Salary & Benefits

    The University of Michigan offers highly competitive salaries and generous benefits to our fellows and advanced trainees. Trainee salary will be commensurate with that of a House Officer at an equivalent level of training based on the HOA contract.

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    Current Fellows

    Current Critical Care Medicine fellows are training to become competent anesthesiology intensivists in the theory, diagnosis and treatment of critical care related disorders.

    Meet Current Fellows
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  • Program Leadership
    Matthew Sigakis Matthew Sigakis, MD
    Clinical Assistant Professor
    user Kymberly Holler
    Senior Program Administrator, Critical Care Medicine