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Perioperative Surgical Home Stanford Department of Anesthesiology



Bassam Kadry Stanford Perioperative Surgical Home Anesthesiology

The culture of innovation is part of Stanford University's DNA. The fellowship was established in 1996 by Alex Macario and has a respected alumni network of researchers, health care executives, entrepreneurs, and anesthesia group leaders. The program selects for passionate individuals who want to advance the management sciences of perioperative medicine. If you are a current resident physician it is recommended that you apply in your CA2 year. If you have been in practice and are looking for a career change consider applying to our program. The application process takes approximately 12-14 months so plan accordingly.

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The Fellowship selects Top Talent candidates from across the globe seeking to enrich their knowledge and experience of perioperative management. The custom curriculum is designed to develop skills in:

  • Clinical Quality & Safety 
  • Study Design 
  • Patient Centered Design
  • Communication & Presentation 
  • Project Management 
  • Data Analysis
  • Business Proposal Development
  • Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Process Mapping 
  • Comparative Effectiveness Analysis
  • Negotiation

If you are seeking to recruit world class professionals with this fund of knowledge and skill set please contact us  and we will arrange a time for you to meet our fellows or past alumni.

Apply to Our Program

The health care system is facing a lot of  pressure to do more with less. Adapting to these new challenges presents an opportunity for anesthesiologists who have the  skills to tackle these problems.  We are looking for passionate and creative problem solvers. 

As Alan Kay says, the best way to predict the future is to invent it. Apply Now.

Application Checklist:

  • CV
  • Personal Statement
  • USMLE 1, 2, & 3
  • Medical School Dean's Letter 
  • In-Training Exam Scores
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation