Anesthesiology Residency

College

  • Center City Campus
  • Sidney Kimmel Medical College

Degree Earned

  • Residency

Program Length

4 years

Program Type

  • On Campus

Requirements

Applicant Information

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Leadership

Name: James W. Heitz, MD
Positions:
  • Vice-Chairman, Education
  • Program Director,
Organization: Anesthesiology Residency Program

Leadership

Name: Elaine Kilmartin, MD
Position: Associate Director
Organization: Anesthesiology Residency Program

Leadership

Name: Kenechi Ebede, MD
Position: Assistant Director
Organization: Anesthesiology Residency Program

Program Contact

Name: Jane R. Maugeri, C-TAGME
Position: Education Program Coordinator

111 South 11th Street
Suite 8290 Gibbon
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Contact Number(s):

Overview

Clinical Training at Jefferson

Jefferson residency training is well-rounded due to the wide variety of cases performed at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and affiliated institutions. The ENT, Orthopedics, and Neurosurgery departments at Jefferson perform some of the largest volume of cases in our region, which makes for lots of opportunities for regional and other anesthesia modalities. Additionally, residents rotate at the adjacent Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience (JHN). JHN is a free-standing neurology and neurosurgery hospital that performs a large number of craniotomies, aneurysm clippings and coilings, as well as intra-arterial chemotherapy for children with ocular tumors.

Residency Education

At Jefferson, your education is our priority. Residents get dedicated time for education due to Jefferson’s large CRNA program.  We have one of the most comprehensive didactic programs, with lectures on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and a board review session on Friday morning. In addition, we have several mock oral board sessions throughout the year. Our residents publish and present at national anesthesiology society meetings including the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), Society for Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology (SOAP), International Anesthesia Research Society (IARS), and the American Society for Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA). 

Some of our residents and faculty choose to bring their clinical expertise abroad by volunteering to participate on mission trips. Most recently Operation Smile Honduras and Operation Smile Madagascar.

Another highlight of working at Jefferson is our location. We are situated in one of the most vibrant parts of downtown Philadelphia, blocks away from the Liberty Bell and many national historic sites. Many residents and faculty live within walking distance of Jefferson, which allow for weekly gatherings and to enjoy some of the top-notch restaurants in the area.

It is an exciting time to train at Thomas Jefferson University; we have recently been named one of the nation's best hospitals by US News report. Our anesthesiology residents receive some of the best clinical training and didactic education, and we hope that you will visit us to see for yourselves.

Current Resident Demographics

Our residents are a diverse group of talented individuals.  Although our selection process examines candidates individually in many areas of academic and nonacademic achievement, overall our residency classes have USLME and/or COMLEX scores above the national average for the specialty. Our residents are drawn from medical schools around the country and around the world.

Graduating Resident Demographics

We are proud to produce physician anesthesiologists of the highest clinical caliber who are prepared to tackle the next professional challenge regardless of what their ambitions may be. Many of our residents choose to continue training after residency with a Fellowship in a subspecialty area, others choose to work as general anesthesiologists in academic, private practice, or military settings.

Congratulations to Jefferson Class of 2020

David Barnabei, DO Private Practice
Brittany Deiling, DO Regional Anesthesia Fellowship
University of Virginia 
Laura Deschamps, DO Chronic Pain Medicine Fellowship
Cleveland Clinic
Matthew Dorazio, DO Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowship
New York University
Pariket Dubal, MD
Private Practice
Eric Gomez, MD
Private Practice
Deepti Harshavardhana, DO
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship
Thomas Jefferson University
Manny Lai, DO Chronic Pain Medicine Fellowship
Thomas Jefferson University
Aaron McPeek, DO
Chronic Pain Medicine Fellowship
Thomas Jefferson University
Andrew Mendelson, DO
Chronic Pain Medicine Fellowship
Cornell University
Luke Miles, MD
Regional Anesthesia Fellowship
University of Cincinnati
Kurt Schenk, MD
Private Practice
Max Schilling, MD
Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship
UPMC Childrens Hospital
Etty Sims, MD
Academic Practice
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Rayhan Tariq, MD
Chronic Pain Medicine Fellowship
University of Utah
Marissa Weber, MD
Regional Anesthesia Fellowship
Columbia University