• Application Information

Our Pulmonary, Critical Care Fellowship Program participates in the NRMP match. We accept applications only through the ERAS system, a centralized application processing service. Both tracts follow the July application cycle as stated in the ERAS timeline. The Pulmonary/Critical Care tract uses the NRMP Match.While the NRMP match does not include Critical Care Medicine programs, fellowship invitations are generally offered at around that time. Applicants will be asked to withdraw any applications they have submitted for other training programs that doe utilize the NRMP match if offered a position. 

Due to the large volume of applications we receive each year, the program will only contact candidates chosen for an interview. Please do not contact our program coordinator regarding the status of your application.


Salary and Benefits: 



For the three year Pulmonary/Critical Care program three years of medical residency training at an accredited institution are required. For the two year Critical Care Medicine Tract three years of medical residency training at an accredited Internal Medicine institution or completion of an accredited Emergency Medicine Residency (that incorporates six months of training in Internal Medicine or its subspecialties) are required for entry into the fellowship program. Emergency Medicine applicants should specifically document their Internal Medicine rotation experience in their application. For the one year track, three years of Internal Medicine residency training at an accredited institution and completion of an accredited fellowship program in a sub specialty of Internal medicine are required. Applicants should have already passed the Internal Medicine (or Emergency Medicine) boards if applying for fellowship more than one year are completing residency training.  

Fellows are required to have a current and valid certification for BLS, ACLS, OSHA and other certifications required by the Public Health Trust, the Veterans Affairs Medical Center and The University of Miami Hospital or state and federal agencies. The program sponsors trainees on a J1 Visa. We do not sponsor those on a H1B Visa.