Nurse Practitioner Critical Care Fellowship
This fast-paced, 9-month training program prepares NP fellows to become highly skilled in the management of complex and critically-ill patients in a variety of intensive care units. Our structured training program uses high-fidelity simulation, didactics and precepted clinical rotations to develop advanced clinical decision making and advancement in the management of critically ill patients.
What does the Critical Care Fellowship offer?
- Opportunity to obtain over 90 hours of CEUs with weekly lecture series and various critical care courses.
- Direct patient care clinical rotations in various ICU/Critical Care settings:
- Neuro-Critical Care Unit
- Medical Intensive Care Unit
- Surgical Intensive Care Unit
- Multi-Trauma Critical Care
- Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Unit
- Lung Rescue Unit
- Critical Care Resuscitation Unit
- Neuro-Trauma Intensive Care Unit
- Acute Emergency Surgery Service
- Infectious Diseases
- Cardiology Service
- Stroke Neurology Service
- Full-time employment benefits
- Networking and job placement assistance post-fellowship
- Mentorship in development of an EBP project, abstract/manuscript writing and presenting at a national conference
- Graduation from an accredited Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program (CCNE or NLN)
- Must be nationally board certified (ANCC or AACN)
- Must obtain a Maryland RN and CRNP license
- Must be able to work in an unpredictable fast paced environment, to work weekends, nights, 40-60 hour workweeks, attend all lectures, simulation and clinical rotations
- Submit application, personal statement of interest and resume in March/April 2023
- A select number of applicants will be invited for a two day in-person interview in April 2023 and informed of their acceptance by May.
- NP Fellowship start date will be determined based on graduation dates of accepted applicants (July-October 2023)
Brooke Andersen, MSN, CRNP
Ann Matta, MSN, CRNP
Shannon Gaasch, MSN, CRNP