Faculty within the Ambulatory Anesthesiology Division have a long history of providing unrivaled education to interns, residents and fellows. While focused on high efficiency methodologies, the division’s longitudinal expertise in regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine provides a critical educational experience for developing physician anesthesiologists. In particular, as the originating site for the Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship in 1997, Dr. Michael Kent recently took the reigns as the fellowship program director and maintains the collaborative educational mission between the ambulatory, pain, and regional anesthesiology divisions.
All faculty members have an extensive teaching history in national courses/workshops, textbook creation, and internal lecture series/journal clubs. The Ambulatory Anesthesiology Division maintains a very active role in the ASA, SAMBA, ASRA, and AAPM societies. Additionally, the division aggressively participates and leads educational activities across ambulatory surgical sites focused on nursing, patient and caregiver educational content.