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General Surgery / Intensivist PA Fellowship

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Purpose

Provide a formal academic environment that facilitates a Physician Assistant capable of providing subspecialty Surgical and Critical Care to address the growing requirements of the Military Health System

 

Program Overview

  • Tri-Service -Baylor Doctor of Science General Surgery PA Program
  • Located at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio TX
  • 18 Months
  • Subspecialty rotations, didactic instruction, and clinical research
  • PAs receive post-graduate education alongside General Surgery residents

 

Course of Study

GOAL: To produce a PA capable of providing advanced care at all levels of Surgical/ Trauma/ Trauma Critical spectrum covering multiple subspecialties within General Surgery.

  • Didactic instruction
  • Subspecialty rotations
  • Clinical research

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Rotations

  1. General Surgery (x3)
  2. Trauma Surgery (x2)
  3. Surgical Intensive Care (x2)
  4. Burn Surgery
  5. Burn Critical Care
  6. Neurosurgery
  7. Plastic Surgery
  8. Surgical Oncology
  9. Ambulatory Surgery
  10. Interventional Radiology

 

Selection Criteria

  • Master’s Degree in PA Studies
  • GPA 3.0 or greater
  • 3-5 years PA experience
  • CO and Specialty Leader Endorsements
  • GRE score >300

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Benefits

  • Medical knowledge
  • Medical experience
  • Specialization as a PA
  • Research
  • Clinical Doctorate

 

See also:

Navy PA Milsuite : https://www.milsuite.mil/book/groups/navypas

Baylor Tri-Service Physician Assistant Studies page: https://www.baylor.edu/graduate/pa/index.php?id=936093

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