Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care

  • Fellowship graduation 2016

    Fellowship graduation 2016: Drs. Fort, Gordon, Lane-Fall, Cereda, MacKay, Werlhof, Falk, Mahanna Gabrielli, Gabrielli, Hanson

  • Trauma bay, Rhoads 5 ICU and sharing research findings at Penn Presbyterian

    Panel 1: Trauma bay. Panel 2: Rhoads 5 ICU. Panel 3: Sharing research findings at Penn Presbyterian.

  • Hemos, writing on glass doors, medical maggots before application

    Panel 1. Yes, these pre-treatment hemos are real. Panel 2. Yes, we draw on the glass doors. Panel 3. Medical maggots before application.

The Division of Critical Care Anesthesia

Welcome to the Division of Critical Care Medicine within the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine.  Our faculty is a comprehensive group of physician experts ranging from cardiothoracic critical care to neurocritical care, tasked with caring for the region's critically ill.  We are committed to improving every facet of patient care, not only from the bedside but through our nationally recognized research. Our educational mission, to grow the future of critical care, encompasses research from ventilator management to team communication, as well as formal bedside teaching and multi-disciplinary daily rounds.  So whether you are in need of a hospital with recognized critical care medicine, or looking for an opportunity to join the team of individuals responsible, look no further.  We invite you to learn more about anesthesia critical care at Penn.  Look inside…

This site was designed by Amy Reed, MD, PhD and is maintained by Meghan Lane-Fall, MD, MSHP.

Spotlight on Critical Care...

Welcome to Fall 2017! Our fellows are settling in, and we're gearing up for fellowship interviews for the class entering July 2019. We also welcomed new critical care faculty members this year: Rachel Hadler (most recently from Memorial Sloan Kettering), Jesse Kiefer (most recently from Vanderbilt University), and Zev Noah Kornfield (most recently from Washington University in St. Louis).