Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship
The annual fellow schedule for the UC Davis Pulmonary and Critical Care program combines pulmonary, critical care, and research activities over three years. The first year initiates with a full month of physiology, procedural, and statistical education in July. The Fall of the first year emphasizes inpatient clinical activities at UC Davis Medical Center. A 2-week period of non-patient-based activities punctuates the first year. The remainder of the year reflects expansion of clinical autonomy and progression of responsibility at the VA Medical Center-Mather, and scholarly and research activities.
PULM: UC-Davis Medical Center Pulmonary Consults
MICU: UC-Davis Medical Center Medical ICU
MICUB: UC-Davis Medical Center Medical ICU - two fellows cover during busy period of year.
Nights: UC-Davis Medical Center Medical ICU overnight
CCM: UC-Davis Medical Center Critical Care Consults/non-medical ICU
VA: VA-Mather Medical ICU and Urgent Pulmonary Clinics
OPT: Service in sub-specialty clinics including Interstitial Lung Disease, Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis, Sleep, Zolair Clinic, and Bronchial Thermoplasty
TBD: To Be Determined based on the needs of the fellow. The fellow will focus on research, study, or additional clinics.
All fellows receive 20 days of vacation and 4 education days each year.
Retreat: the one-day annual retreat is held in May or June of every year.
End of Year Picnic: Always held on the fourth Friday of June. Friends, family, and alumni get together for a picnic to celebrate our departing fellows and welcome the new fellows. The event is hosted by division faculty and staff.
- Lung Research Day
- Internal Medicine Research Day
- UC Davis Medical Center QI Day