The Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Fellowship program at Cedars-Sinai is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. The Department of Anesthesiology at Cedars-Sinai has a history of commitment to education, research and state-of-the-art clinical practice. The faculty represents a cross section of graduates of the nation’s elite anesthesia programs. The volume, complexity, severity of illness and innovative approaches present a clinical challenge to the regional anesthesia and acute pain management anesthesiologist. It is our hope that during their time with us, fellows grow in clinical ability and knowledge, and develop their professional and interpersonal skills, as well as attaining confidence to perform as effective consultants in regional anesthesia and acute pain management.
The Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Fellowship faculty assist in making the educational experience memorable. It is our hope that fellows will have a most enjoyable and meaningful year of medicine. Education provides the means for a change in behavior based on experiences. We want to engage fellows in all the experiences related to our subspecialty.
Cedars-Sinai is a leader in providing high-quality healthcare encompassing primary care, specialized medicine and research. Since 1902, Cedars-Sinai has evolved to meet the needs of one of the most diverse regions in the nation, setting standards in quality and innovative patient care, research, teaching and community service. Today, Cedars- Sinai is known for its national leadership in transforming healthcare for the benefit of patients. Cedars-Sinai impacts the future of healthcare by developing new approaches to treatment and educating tomorrow’s health professionals. Additionally, Cedars-Sinai demonstrates a commitment to the community through programs that improve the health of its most vulnerable residents.
The research of Bruce L. Gewertz, MD, focuses on human factors in delivery of health care and the distribution of surgical service. His clinical interests include cerebrovascular disease, especially intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring ...