Welcome to the Department of Anesthesiology at the UT Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville. We are happy that you are considering our program. We hope to give you a feel for our residency and city, as well as answer any questions you may have during the interview process..
As a resident in anesthesiology at UT, you receive excellent clinical training that fully prepares you to be an exceptional and well-rounded anesthesiologist. Our medium size program allows us to have a warm, collegial environment amongst resident and attending anesthesiologists, as well CRNAs and SRNAs. We have the opportunity to consistently do fellow level cases, which creates room for more autonomy and teaching.
Our program uniquely straddles the academic and private practice worlds, because our staff are private practice physicians working in a major academic medical center. This gives us exposure to and preparation for the private practice world, all while participating in various additional educational and research opportunities.
Knoxville is also a great place to live as a resident; there is low cost of living, no state income tax, and vibrant city life. Whether you are into sports, lake life, or hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains, when you are not at work there is always plenty to do and explore. Our work-life balance allows our residents to have time to enjoy life outside of residency. We hope you strongly consider UT Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville as a place to train and call home for the next four years!
Brett Barrilleaux, MD and Adam Seal, MD
All applications to the program must be submitted using the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). Our residency program is listed as "University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville" and our ACGME program ID is: 0404711144. The deadline for applications is November 1.
Applications will be reviewed only when complete; a complete application must contain the following items:
Interviews are an essential part of our resident selection process. Upon completion of the ERAS application, all materials are reviewed carefully and invitations to interview are extended to selected candidates. Interviews are conducted October through January of each year.
PJ Hoskins, Education Coordinator, email@example.com
Lindsey Bell, Administrative Program Support 2, firstname.lastname@example.org
At the University of Tennessee Center for Advanced Medical Simulation (UTCAMS), physicians, students, and other members of the healthcare team attain not only improvement in individual skills, but also learn and practice team skills that are essential for patient safety. This type of multi-faceted, orchestrated training improves critical thinking, decision making, and clinical techniques - all without imparting risk to a real patient. Discover how the UTCAMS is enhancing the learning of our anesthesiology residents and nurse anesthetists:
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