This fellowship’s clinical locations include; The Bone & Joint Institute, Hartford Hospital, The Hospital of Central Connecticut, and the Hartford Hospital Eye Surgery Center.
The Bone & Joint Institute
A state-of-the-art orthopedic hospital attached to Hartford Hospital that opened in 2017. This new facility is the primary location for all types of orthopedic surgeries, including total joint replacements, trauma, minimally invasive surgeries, spine, and ambulatory procedures. This facility increases our already high volume in orthopedic surgeries. It is the only free-standing orthopedic hospital in New England and it integrates advanced technologies, providing a unique learning experience for the fellows.
An 868-bed regional referral center hospital with one of the highest surgical volumes in the country, performing over 36,000 surgeries a year. It is one of the largest teaching hospitals and tertiary care centers in New England with one of the region’s busiest surgery practices.
The Hospital of Central Connecticut
A 414 bed, acute care, tertiary, community hospital in New Britain, CT that serves Connecticut’s central region. Fellows get a unique education with a different pace than the trauma centers of Hartford Hospital and the Bone & Joint Institute as they learn blocks and work as an attending in this quaint community hospital.
Hartford Hospital Eye Surgery Center
A busy outpatient surgery center that performs 8,000 ophthalmic surgeries per year. This four operating room facility has between 50-70 surgeries per day, mostly before 3 pm. Many of the surgeries are performed under retrobulbar block, placed by the anesthesiologist. Fellows periodically rotate to this facility to become proficient in regional anesthetics for ophthalmic surgery and the management of a busy outpatient practice. Training of this skill is rarely found in regional fellowships.
A pediatric hospital and surgery center where fellows get experience in pediatric regional anesthesia. Fellows get direct training by the team of pediatric fellowship-trained, board-certified anesthesiologists.