Anesthesiology Residency Program



Message from Program Director  

The Anesthesiology Residency Program at Westchester Medical Center (WMC) in affiliation with New York Medical College (NYMC) has been continuously accredited since 1969. Westchester Medical Center is the University Hospital for NYMC and shares its campus with the medical school. All faculty have academic appointments at NYMC.

In the 2024 Match cycle, we offer 13 PGY-1 positions.

Hard-working, motivated, reliable, self-aware and mature candidates who enjoy teamwork and are serious about taking exceptional care of patients will be happy, successful residents here. Your emotional health and life-work balance matters at WMC.

The Program curriculum emphasizes early introduction to:

  • Point of Care Ultrasound with sessions in the whole-body simulator, including TEE
  • Fundamentals in Patient Safety and Quality Improvement project design 
  • Subspecialty rotations 
  • Truncal and extremity Regional Anesthesia 

Our program takes great pride in providing our residents individually tailored support, encouragement and experience while setting rigorous academic and professional practice standards. Formalized mentoring helps our residents overcome challenges and achieve personal and academic goals.

The Faculty at WMC have subspecialized clinical expertise. Strong commitment to resident education is reflected in active participation in mentoring, didactics, simulation and scholarly pursuits with residents. All didactic sessions originate at WMC and utilize interactive learning. The separate series of didactic sessions for CA-1s focuses on the scientific foundation of anesthesiology. We utilize simulation to prepare the residents for the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA) Applied Exam OSCEs, and for competent management of an expanding array of emergency and interdisciplinary clinical problems.

Residents who choose to pursue fellowship training receive personalized mentoring and match to excellent programs.

The clinical learning environment provides the opportunity to care for an acute and complex patient population starting early in residency. Westchester Medical Center offers a full spectrum of surgical services, including:

  • Liver, kidney and heart transplant
  • Burn, trauma
  • A busy VAD and ECMO service
  • Complex Neurosurgery, including a Comprehensive Stroke Center
  • SOAP Center of Excellence OB Anesthesia service
  • All Pediatric specialties.

Over three years, residents spend five months training in an affiliated community hospital. Our residents are therefore uniquely prepared for practice in all settings and rank highly in employer surveys.

We are proud of our graduates; every year one or more remain in the department as faculty.

The diversity of our program reflects the inclusiveness of our candidate selection process, which benefits from a holistic application review by both faculty and residents. We are 40 percent female and 20 percent URM; our trainees hail from 13 states and Puerto Rico.

We extend an interview invitation to approximately 12 percent of applicants. Selection criteria intend to ensure a smooth transition to residency and fulfillment while in training, and include:

  • Academic achievement, broadly defined as predictive of success in training 
  • Evidence of scholarly pursuits and focused extracurricular activities 
  • Successful completion of clinical rotations in complex environments

We care about our residents' well-being and understand the importance of independent learning outside of the clinical setting. We provide the work-study balance that is necessary for residents to excel.

Our residents are always relieved of all clinical obligations to attend Grand Rounds and all didactic sessions. On weekdays, residents leave at 5 p.m. At WMC, the call team includes three residents. two of whom are juniors and one senior (usually a CA-3), who is the Call Team Captain. CA-1s and CA-2s report for weekday overnight call at 12 p.m., while the Call Team Captain reports for overnight duty at 4:30 p.m. The Team Captain role fosters independence and confidence, and teaches supervisory and organizational skills. Residents take four calls a month, on average.

We are strongly committed to your success in residency; you must bring the focus, drive and motivation. We want to train compassionate, dedicated doctors who are our teammates, colleagues and friends, and who take pride in all their professional activities.

Thank you for your interest in the Anesthesiology Residency Program at Westchester Medical Center/New York Medical College.

A. Elisabeth Abramowicz, MD, FASA
Professor, Clinical Anesthesiology
New York Medical College
Residency Program Director
Westchester Medical Center

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Program Overview and Curriculum

The Fundamental Clinical Skills of Medicine (PGY-1) residents spend the year at WMC. In compliance with the ACGME requirements, part of the year is devoted to care of internal medicine (IM) inpatients. 

The Fundamental Clinical Skills of Medicine rotations are: 

Critical Care

10 weeks

IM Inpatient Floors

8 weeks


6 weeks

Emergency Medicine

4 weeks

Pain Management

4 weeks

IM Consult Services (Renal, Liver, and Cardiology)

4 weeks


2 weeks

Quality Improvement

2 weeks

Night Float

6 weeks

Back-up/Sick call and Vacation 

2 weeks and 4 weeks


Clinical Sites

The Clinical Anesthesiology (CA) resident training takes place at WMC, the main rotation site, and a community hospital in Danbury, CT.

Westchester Medical Center

Westchester Medical Center (WMC) shares its leafy campus with New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY, approximately 20 miles north of New York City. It is a Level 1 Trauma and Burn Center and a major hub for specialized care referrals. Here, we take care of patients from a very large catchment area stretching from the northern border of New York City to Delaware County, NY. WMC has a pediatric hospital (Maria Fareri Children's Hospital) with dedicated pediatric operating rooms. The Ambulatory Care Pavilion, which opened in July 2019, added many anesthetizing locations, both OR and Non-OR. 

Our caseload includes a full profile of cardiac, interventional pulmonary and thoracic, complex orthopedic, neurosurgical and solid organ transplant interventions, to name the busiest services. We have a large heart failure and ECMO referral program. Trauma orthopedics and surgery provide our residents a great variety of "open" cases. Residents participate in minimally invasive and robotic interventions in gynecologic-oncology, urology, colorectal, endocrine and thoracic surgery, as well as complex cardiac and neurological endovascular interventions, both pediatric and adult.

The Acute and Chronic Pain Management care rotations cover both the pediatric and adult inpatients and outpatients, including complex consultations for patients in the Burn ICU.

The Regional Anesthesia Service performs over 3,500 peripheral blocks per year including many advanced truncal blocks.

CA-3 residents with an approved IRB protocol may be eligible for an elective research rotation of up to six-month duration.

Danbury Hospital

Danbury Hospital is a large community hospital in Danbury, CT. Most cases at Danbury are elective, and clinical services focus on standardized clinical pathways within the perioperative surgical home.

Typically, the first of the two required Obstetric and Cardiac Anesthesiology rotations are assigned at Danbury. General Anesthesiology rotations for CA-1 residents and ambulatory anesthesiology rotations are offered there as well.

Four residents rotate at Danbury every month. Because Danbury Hospital is 30 miles northeast of WMC, housing is provided for rotating residents onsite. The house provides individual bedrooms, a shared bathroom, a fully stocked kitchen, and ample parking.

Mount Sinai West Hospital

Located on the Upper West Side of New York City, Mount Sinai West Hospital provides our CA-3 residents with a special interest in OB Anesthesia an elective, four-week rotation on a very busy OB service with a mix of lower and higher complexity deliveries. 

Education and Curriculum

Salary and Benefits

Resident Life

Current and Past Residents

2022-2023 Anesthesiology Residents


Jahnvi Bansal, MD

Stony Brook University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine

Sara Buzel, MD

Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University

Phillip Dudley, MD

New York Medical College

Daniel Haddad, DO

Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine

Amran Hussain, MD

Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine


Jenson John, DO

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine

Rahul Kataria, MD

University of Illinois College of Medicine

Rafae Nasim, MD

Albany Medical College

Brinda Patolia, MD

New York Medical College

Katiana Philippe, MD

CUNY School of Medicine


Michael Savallo, DO

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine

Aron Sulovari, MD

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry


Nick Yu, MD

Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University






Bradley Hillyard, MD

University of Utah

Matthew Lettieri, MD

SUNY Downstate

Stefen Roth, DO

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine


Shuchi Gaur, MD

New York Medical College

Eileen Hu, MD

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Elizabeth Kim, MD

CUNY School of Medicine

David Lewis, MD

New York Medical College

Michael Mackey, MD

Stony Brook University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine


Egor Smirnov, MD

Saint Petersburg Pavlov State Medical University

Julia Sokel, MD

SUNY Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine

Cordell Spellman, MD

Medical College of Wisconsin

Vincent Tang, DO

New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine

Ailan Zhang, MD, PhD

Sun Yat-Sen University



Yveline Blot, MD

CUNY School of Medicine

Darrel Brennen, MBBS

University of the West Indies Faculty of Medical Sciences, Jamaica                   

Peter Hamilton, MD

Texas A&M University System Health Science Center College of Medicine

Kevin Hui, MD

New York Medical College

Andrew Hwang, MD

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine


Bianca Jambhekar, MD, MPH

New York Medical College

Humza Jamil, MD

New York Medical College

Cristian Jimenez, MD

New York Medical College

Daniel Tuchman, MD

New York Medical College

Alexandra Vazquez, MD

CUNY School of Medicine



Shubham Agrawal, MD

UC San Diego School of Medicine

Nana Agyepong, MD

University of Vermont School of Medicine                   

Jonas Harley, MD

Chief Resident
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine

Samantha Kahn, DO

NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine

Jenna Littmann, MD

Commonwealth School of Medicine (PA)


Sally Ratliff, MD

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Erie

Patrick Reddy, MD

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Ediricardo Rodriguez, MD

SJB School of Medicine – Puerto Rico

Robert Sutter, MD

Chief Resident
University of New Mexico School of Medicine

R. "Jeanne" Tong, MD

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

What Recent Graduates Are Doing Now

About 40-50 percent of recent graduates have pursued a fellowship, while the remaining graduates are excited to begin their careers as attending anesthesiologists. Among our graduates who applied for fellowship, most have matched within their top three choices.


2023 Graduates (10)

  • Pediatrics: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Critical Care: Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN
  • OB Anesthesia: Mt. Sinai Hospital

2022 Graduates (10)

  • ACTA/Critical Care: NY Presbyterian Hospital (Weill Cornell)
  • Neuroanesthesia: UCSF
  • Critical Care: University of Michigan and Cedars Sinai Hospital, LA, CA
  • RAAPM: Yale New Haven Hospital
  • Pediatric Anesthesia: Yale New Haven Hospital and Children's National Hospital in Washington, DC

2021 Graduates (8)

  • Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology (ACTA): Mount Sinai Med. Ctr., NY
  • ACTA/Critical Care: NY Presbyterian Hospital (Weill Cornell)
  • Pediatric Anesthesiology: UT Southwestern Dallas
  • Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine: Westchester Medical Center

2020 Graduates (10)

  • Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology: U of Rochester, NY
  • Pediatric Anesthesiology: U of Rochester, NY
  • Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine (RAAPM): Dartmouth, NH and 
  • RAAPM: Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
  • OB Anesthesia - Brigham and Women's, Boston, MA

2019 Graduates (10)

  • ACTA: Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY
  • Pediatric Anesthesiology: University of Michigan and 
  • Pediatric Anesthesiology: Cincinnati Children's
  • Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine (RAAPM): U of CT/Hartford and

2018 Graduates (8)

  • Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine: Brigham and Women's, MA
  • Critical Care: U of Pittsburgh (UPMC), PA
  • Pain Management: Mount Sinai Medical Center, NY

2017 Graduates (10)

  • Pain Management: Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Baltimore, MD
  • Pediatric Anesthesia: U of Pittsburgh and 
  • Pediatric Anesthesia: U of Iowa
  • Critical Care: Brigham and Women's, MA
  • Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management: U of CT/Hartford

2016 Graduates (10)

  • OB Anesthesia: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, MA
  • Pain Management: Johns Hopkins Medical Center, MD and 
  • Pain Management: Mount Sinai Medical Center, NY
  • Pediatric Anesthesia: U of Michigan and 
  • Pediatric Anesthesia: Nemours Children's, DE

Private Practice/Academic Positions

  • Northern NJ
  • Manhattan/Brooklyn/Queens/Bronx, Westchester County, NY
  • Boston, MA
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Bay Area, CA and Los Angeles, CA
  • Denver, CO
  • Miami, FL
  • Dallas, TX

2023 Graduates

From left: Drs. Panzica, Chair and host, Ron Varkey (private practice at our sister, non-teaching hospital, MidHudson Regional Hospital), Alex Eng (private practice in Morristown, NJ), Zoe Li (NYU Manhattan), Liana Grosinger (pediatric anesthesia fellow at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia), Cezar Lisov (NYU Long Island), Phillip Chin (Northwell, South Shore Hospital), Michael Waterhouse (Watertown, NY) and Thejas Hiremath (CCM fellow at Mayo Clinic, MN). Missing Dr. Talia Strulowitz, OB Anesthesia Fellow at Icahn/Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC, and Jasmine Bajwa, in private practice in Colorado Springs.

The Class of 2023 with (center) Dr. Shiva, Neuroanesthesiologist extraordinaire and master of perfection in practice.

Graduates Drs. Liana Grosinger and Mike Waterhouse (with tie) with Pediatric Attendings, Dr. Ashley Kelley and Bhupen Mehta (no tie).

A few rising interns joined the fun. From right - Daniel Haddad, DO, Amran Hussain, MD and Rafae Nasim, MD (barely visible) with rising CA-1s: George Smirnov, Cordell Spellma, Vincent Tang, Elizabeth Kim, Ailan Zhang and spouse.

Class of 2023, happy to say goodbye to PD.

2022 Graduates

Dr. Sandy Carvajal-Raga (forefront) - CCM Fellowship at Cedars Sinai, now faculty at USC in Los Angeles, CA, and Dr. Anna Daher (fourth from right), now in private practice at Danbury, CT.

Dr. Heather Brosnan-Rodhouse (Neuroanesthesia fellow, and now faculty at UCSF), Dr. Ben Keith (CCM fellow at the University of Michigan), PD, Dr. Abramowicz, Vice Chair and host, Dr Pete Panzica and Peter Kostyk, pediatric anesthesia fellow (and now faculty) at Yale, New Haven, and Drs. Jin and Chang.

Dr. Benjamin Keith (center) with spouse, Dr. Mike Rahimi (APM Chief), Dr. Mosses Bairamian (far left) and Dr. Jenna Littmann (WMC Class of 2024) at the 2022 graduation party at the Panzica residence.

2021 Graduates

Enjoying the party after a tough first year of the pandemic. Everyone is an ABA Diplomate already. Drs. Cindy Wong and Klint Smart are ACTA (and CCM for Smart)-trained. Dr. Wong is practicing in Vancouver, Canada, and Dr. Smart in Morgantown, WV. Dr Muhammad Shabsigh, our Faculty, is RAAPM-trained, Dr. Maranatha McLean is a Pediatric Anesthesiologist in Dallas, TX, and Drs. Magharious, Kim, Catanzaro and Lamper are in private practice in the NY/NJ area.

ASA 2019 - last in-person meeting. 12 Residents presented their work

2020 Graduates

2019 Graduates


Peter J. Panzica, MD
Associate Professor and Chair of Anesthesiology, NYMC
Director of Anesthesia Services
Adult Cardiac and Thoracic Anesthesia


WMC Resident Education

A. Elisabeth Abramowicz, MD, FASA
Residency Program Director
Vice Chair for Education

Sarah Smith, MD
Associate Professor
Associate Program Director
Cardiac Anesthesia 

Irim Salik, MD
Associate Professor
Director, Clinical Research
Pediatric Anesthesia

Richard Yeom, MD
Assistant Professor
Didactic Curriculum Director
Cardiac and Transplant Anesthesia

Nitin Sekhri, MD
Associate Professor
Clinical Competence Committee Chair
Section Chief, Pain Management

Ashley M. Kelley, MD
Assistant Professor
Clinical Competence Committee Co-Chair
Pediatric Anesthesia

Iyabo Muse, MD, FASA
Asoociate Professor
Assistant Residency Program Director for PGY-1 Year
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management

Garret M. Weber, MD
Associate Professor
Medical Student Clerkship Director
Pre-Procedural Testing and Optimization Director

Michael Rahimi, MD – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 2018
Assistant Professor
Clinical Competence Chair Vice-Chair for Junior Residents
Medical Student Clerkship Associate Director
Chief, Acute Pain Management

Jason Lai, MD
Assistant Professor
Danbury Hospital Anesthesiology Rotation Director
General/Regional Anesthesia

Clinical Leadership

Matthew Wecksell, MD, FASA
Associate Professor
Clinical Director
Section Chief, General Anesthesia

Debra Lederman, DO
Assistant Professor
Director of Departmental Quality Improvement
General Anesthesia 

Alexander J. Mittnacht, MD
Section Chief, Adult Cardiac and Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia
Associate Director, WMC

Jeff Xu, MD
Associate Professor
Section Chief and Fellowship Director
Regional Anesthesia & Acute Pain Management

Samuel Barst, MD
Associate Professor
Section Chief, Pediatric Anesthesia

Sangeeta Kumaraswami, MD
Associate Professor
Section Chief, Obstetric Anesthesia

Toni Manougian, MD, MBA
Assistant Professor
Section Chief, Critical Care Medicine

Bernadette Pasamba-Rakhlin, MD
Assistant Professor
Chief, Anesthesia Endoscopy Services, Non-Operating Room Anesthesia Rotation Director
Non-Operating Room Anesthesia

Shivakeerthy S. Ubranimath, MBBS – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 2002
Assistant Professor
Section Chief, Neuroanesthesia

Anrew Villion, MD
Assistant Professor
Director, PACU
Co-Associate Director, Surgical Critical Care Fellowship, PoCUS Rotation Director
General Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine

Saman Yaghoubian, DO – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 2015
Assistant Professor
Section Chief, Transplant Anesthesia

Clinical Faculty

Jewel Alleyne, MD
Assistant Professor
General Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine
Airway Management Education liaison for Critical Care Fellowships

Corrie Amos, MD
Assistant Professor
Clinical Competence Chair Vice Chair for Senior Residents
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management

Mosses Bairamian, MD – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 1991
Assistant Professor
General and Ambulatory Anesthesia

Kar-Mei Chan, MD
Assistant Professor
Pediatric Anesthesia

Draginja Cvetkovic, MD
Associate Professor
Adult Cardiac and Thoracic Anesthesia (ACTA) Fellowship Program Director
Cardiac Anesthesia

Tara M. Doherty, DO
Associate Professor
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Fellowship, Clinical Competence Chair
Pediatric Anesthesia & Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management

Jeremy Dominik, MD
Assistant Professor
General Anesthesia

Kevin Donnelly, MD
Assistant Professor
Cardiac Anesthesia

Jessica Dworet, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor
DEI Committee Chair
General and OB Anesthesia

Cheng S. Feng, DO
Assistant Professor
Cardiac Anesthesia

Alina Genis, MD – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 2019
Assistant Professor
GME Wellness Subcommittee Member, Resident PBLI Rotation
General Anesthesia and OB Anesthesia

Catherine Gruffi, MD
Assistant Professor
Pediatric Anesthesia

Jian Hou, MD
Assistant Professor
Transplant and General Anesthesia

Nigel Knox, MD
Assistant Professor
Pain Management

Shelley B. Kramer, DO
Assistant Professor
Non-Operating Room Anesthesia 

Keshav Kubal, MD – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 1974
Assistant Professor
General Anesthesia

Ethan H. Leer, MD – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 2014
Assistant Professor
Patient Safety and PBLI Resident Curriculum Director
General Anesthesia and Transplant Anesthesia

Michael A. Lyew, MD
Associate Professor
Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia

Joey M. Mancuso, DO
Assistant Professor
GME Wellness Subcommittee Member
General and OB Anesthesia

Cameron Marshall, MD
Assistant Professor
Pain Management Multidisciplinary Fellowship Director

Pain Management

Bhupen J. Mehta, MD – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 2015
Assistant Professor
Pediatric Anesthesia & Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia

Austin Meszaros, MD
Assistant Professor
General Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine

Shinae Namkoong, DO – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 2020
Assistant Professor
Assistant PD for simulation
General Anesthesia

Angelique Nicolai, MD – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 2012
Assistant Professor
Transplant and General Anesthesia

Wen-Hui Ou, MD – WMC Anesthesiology Graduate 2006
Assistant Professor
General Anesthesia

Isabel Pesola, MD
Assistant Professor
Pediatric Anesthesia

Laurence J. Rosenberg, MD, MBA
Assistant Professor
General Anesthesia

Kaya K. Sarier, MD, MBA
Assistant Professor
Cardiac Anesthesia

Victoria Shapiro, DO
Assistant Professor
Ambulatory Anesthesia Rotation Director
General and Orthopaedic Anesthesia

Valeriy Shulin, DO
Assistant Professor
General Anesthesia

Ammar Siddiqui, MD
Assistant Professor
Pain Management and Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management

Iwan P. Sofjan, MD
Assistant Professor 
Service Chief, Database Management
Cardiac Anesthesia and Transplant Anesthesia

Alla Spivak, DO
Assistant Professor
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management

Paolo Trubiano, MD
Assistant Professor
Cardiac Anesthesia 

News and Achievements

On our first try, Westchester Medical Center's Resident, Shubham Agrawal, M.D. and Mentor, Ammar Siddiqui, M.D. won the 22nd Annual Bragging Contest at the 76th Post-Graduate Assembly of the New York State Society of Anesthesiologists (NYSSA), a large, international meeting held annually in New York City.

At the podium, Dr. Agrawal presenting
At the podium, Dr. Agrawal presenting 
Dr. Agrawal with Mentor, Dr. Siddiqui, and Bragging Contest Moderator, Dr. Joshua Heller from Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
Dr. Agrawal with Mentor, Dr. Siddiqui, and Bragging Contest Moderator, Dr. Joshua Heller from Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City



How to Apply

This program participates in NRMP and accepts applications only through ERAS.

In the 2024 Match, we offer 13 positions in the Categorical Track – 2157040C0  with a start date of July 1, 2024.

We are ALSO participating in a pilot application project, please read on:

This year we will be using the Residency Central Application as a supplement to ERAS. The CentralApp was started as a free alternative to ERAS in plastic surgery three years ago and it is now used specialty wide. We are among the first programs to trial this platform in anesthesiology. We hope that in future years, CentralApp will remove the financial barriers created by progressive application fee structures.  There is no cost to use the CentralApp and you can apply to as many programs as you like. In addition, as you will see from the questions, CentralApp also promotes holistic application review by focusing on quality application content rather than quantity.

Upon accessing the platform, you will be instructed to create a secure account and will be able to request letters of recommendation, transcripts, and MSPE (Dean's Letters) directly through the portal. The Match will remain with the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). Please direct any questions about the application to

Medical Students: a complete application consists of

  • ERAS Common Application Form
  • Medical school transcript
  • Official USMLE transcript with Step I (or Pass) and Step II CK scores (Students at Osteopathic Medical Schools are excused from Step I, but should submit their Step II and all COMLEX II scores)
  • Dean's letter (MSPE)
  • Personal Statement - please include information about you that the other elements of the application do not relay. This helps us decide whether you could be successful in the Anesthesiology Residency at WMC.
  • At least three letters of recommendation from clinical faculty who have direct (best) or composite knowledge of the applicant's performance. We do value letters from Anesthesiologists.

Applicants who are already in training MUST provide a letter of recommendation from the current Program Director.

All attempts will be made to schedule the interview on a date that is convenient for the selected candidate. Applicants will have protected time to interact with our residents in a break-out session.

Off-cycle applicants are considered only if there is a vacancy posted on the AAMC's FindAResident website.

Contact Us

All correspondence should be directed by email to:

Dorian Dubois, BS
Residency Program Coordinator