The Boston Children’s Hospital Department of Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Pain Medicine is committed to providing high quality medical education for pediatric providers and specialists throughout the world. In that spirit, the department provides the following fellowship and residency training opportunities.
We welcome you to the 2025-2026 Fellowship Application Season! Please browse our available subspecialty training options and note the application information that follows. Our available fellowships include both ACGME and non-ACGME accredited programs, primarily one-year in length that may be coupled together to form a two-year fellowship. All our fellowships provide well-balanced years emphasizing clinical care as well as many opportunities for didactic instruction and research. Information regarding our ACGME accredited Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program may be found on their website. Please pay close attention as the match and application service for our Pediatric Anesthesiology fellowship is changing. Detailed information on the changes can be found below.
|Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia
|Pediatric Regional Anesthesia
|Pediatric Pain Medicine
|Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship or Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesia Fellowship
|Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship or Adult Regional Anesthesia Fellowship
|Anesthesia, Physiatry, Psychiatry, and Neurology Residencies
|6 months to 1 year
|6 months to 1 year
|1 year with option of additional 3-6 months
|Simultaneous Application Permitted with Core Fellowship
|Accepting 2024-2025 Applications
|Accepting 2025-2026 Applications
|YES (Via SF Match, Program Deadline: April 30, 2024)
|NO (ERAS Application to open Winter 2023)
|Visa Sponsorship Available
|Fellowship Program Director
|Michael R. Hernandez, MD
|Annette Schure, MD
|Susan Eklund, MD
|Anjali Koka, MD
PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIOLOGY FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION INFORMATION
*PLEASE NOTE: Beginning in the 2025-2026 application cycle, Pediatric Anesthesiology will no longer be accepting applications through ERAS. All application must be submitted through the SF Match CAS System*
Application Period: We will be participating in the SF Match utilizing Central Application Service (CAS). Please visit their website for instructions on registering and submission of application materials.
To view the timetable for the 2025-2026 application cycle, click here.
BCH Application Deadline: April 30, 2024
International Candidates: Must pass USMLE Step 1 before applying to Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship; Obtaining ECFMG certification advance of applying is strongly preferred.
PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIOLOGY TWO-YEAR FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION
We offer two-year pediatric anesthesiology fellowships for candidates interested in completing our one-year core pediatric anesthesiology fellowship followed immediately by training in one of our pediatric anesthesiology sub-specialty programs: Cardiac Anesthesia, Regional Anesthesia or Pain Medicine.
Concurrent with the CAS Application, an interested applicant should submit the following additional advanced fellowship application materials. The documents must be emailed separately to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Letter of Recommendation addressed to the sub-specialty Fellowship Program Director
- Statement of Interest (targeted to sub-specialty interest)
ONE-YEAR ADVANCED FELLOWSHIP (PEDIATRIC CARDIAC ANESTHESIA OR PEDIATRIC REGIONAL ANESTHESIA) APPLICATION MATERIALS
Application Period: Rolling basis until positions are filled.
Submission Method: Electronically/Via E-mail. No paper or mailed submissions will be accepted.
Email Address for Submissions: email@example.com.
**Please do not submit materials OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED BELOW as these only delay the processing and review of your application.**
ONE-YEAR ADVANCED FELLOWSHIP REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request standard application form
- Three Letters of recommendation addressed to the Fellowship Program Director (Letter writers may email directly to email@example.com)
- USMLE Score Report (Original not required)
- CA1 & CA2 In-Training Exam Scores (CA2 Score When Available)
- ECFMG Certificate (if applicable)
- Statement of Interest & CV
QUESTIONS/CONTACT US: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Benjamin Paret, Manager, GME Program Administration
|Katelin Benton, Fellowship Program Coordinator Pediatric Anesthesiology/Pediatric Regional Anesthesia
|Yuen Morgan, Cardiac Anesthesia Coordinator, Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia
|Marybeth Sweeney, Fellowship Program Coordinator, Pediatric Pain Medicine
| Address: Boston Children’s Hospital Department of Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Pain Medicine
300 Longwood Avenue, BCH 3216
Boston, MA 02115
AFFILIATING RESIDENCY ROTATION IN PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIA
Boston Children’s Hospital offers both a core and advanced pediatric anesthesiology residency rotation. Residents from Harvard-affiliated institutions (Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center), local hospitals (Boston University Medical Center, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital) and occasionally hospitals outside of the Boston area spend between 1-3 months at a time.
Please visit the Affiliating Residency Program Website for further details regarding the core and advanced rotations.A separate application is required for residents interested in the advanced pediatric anesthesiology residency rotation.