We offer two training programs in the heart of New Orleans, a unique and very enjoyable city. Our pulmonary/critical care training is a three year program, while our sleep medicine fellowship is a 12 month training program. Visit the links below to learn more about these programs.
"With patient and firm determination we will press on until every valley of despair is exalted to new peaks of hope, until every mountain of pride and irrationality is made low by the leveling process of humility and compassion; until the rough places of injustice are transformed into a smooth plane of equality of opportunity; and until the crooked places of prejudice are transformed by the straightening process of bright-eyed wisdom.” (MLK 1964)
The Tulane School of Medicine Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship program firmly believes that equity, diversity, and inclusion in our program improves education, enriches the training experience, provides opportunities for community engagement, and creates compassionate and more competent physicians. We are committed to foster a fellowship program that reflects the rich diversity of race, gender, religious belief, national origin, ethnicity, age, ability, and of sexual orientation reflected in the culture of New Orleans.
Our Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship program offers a three-year pulmonary/critical care training experience in New Orleans, a unique and very enjoyable city. During their training, our fellows manage a diverse patient population while rotating through the following facilities: Tulane Medical Center, University Medical Center of New Orleans (formally known as Charity Hospital), Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System, Kindred Hospital and Ochsner Clinic Foundation. Individual curriculums are designed based on each fellow’s career goals.