The Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program at Albany Medical College is a three-year, ACGME-accredited training program that aims to provide fellows with a solid foundation for a successful career in pulmonary and critical care medicine.
Fellows are supported by devoted faculty who comprise of a wide range of backgrounds and interests with many holding dual certifications or other advanced degrees. In addition to providing hands-on, 24-hour department supervision and teaching, all faculty members share a commitment to creating an atmosphere that is conducive to the advancement of our specialty.
Resources for Fellows
About the Albany Med Health System
Albany Medical Center, the anchor of the Albany Med Health System, is one of the largest teaching hospitals in New York State offering a wide range of outstanding clinical care – from routine preventative care to sophisticated cancer and surgical care to life-saving emergency medicine – while teaching the next generation of medical providers and advancing critical biomedical research.
Living in the Capital Region
Albany is a great place to live, learn and work. It is the center of a region known for its robust economy, arts and culture, colleges and universities and recreational opportunities.
As a resident or fellow of Albany Medical Center, there are many resources available to you to help manage the demands of being a physician. Our goal is to promote work-life balance and overall wellness by advocating for you and providing you with the tools to reduce burnout, depression, and other stressors you may encounter during your training.
Distinction in Quality and Leadership
This program promotes professional success for physicians through a deeper understanding of Health Systems Science.
Adam Austin, MDThe didactic education, both daily morning and noon conferences, was amazing and solidified my knowledge base. There is a wide range of clinical pathologies we are exposed to on the medicine floors and intensive care unit.
Chananya Goldman, MDMy favorite thing about Albany Medical College was the faculty’s commitment to training the fellows. There is ample room for the fellows to learn on their own and train themselves. This balance of faculty’s training with autonomy and self-directed learning is unique.
Kurt Hu, MDI attribute a lot of my growth and development to the wonderful teachers at Albany Medical College. As fellows, we got excellent hands-on training and had a lot of independence managing multiple critically sick patients.