Fellowship - RIC McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern Univ - Pain Medicine Fellowship
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
April 3, 2018
Fellowship - Entry Level
ACGME Pain Medicine
Has ACGME Accreditation:
The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC), an affiliate of Northwestern University, is offering one-year fellowships in pain management as part of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine ACGME accredited multidisciplinary pain fellowship. This multidisciplinary pain fellowship program is under the Department of Anesthesiology at Northwestern University Medical School and is Directed by Dr. Geeta Nagpal. Dr. James Atchison of RIC is the Assistant Program Director.
Fellowship experience will include inpatient and outpatient work with the Department of Anesthesia at Northwestern University Medical Center, PM&R at the RIC Center for Pain Management (CPM) and other designated rotations with neurology, psychiatry, palliative care, and pediatrics. The RIC Center for Pain Management component is at the outpatient based interdisciplinary pain clinic located in downtown Chicago at RIC’s Michigan Ave. outpatient center. The fellowship includes treatment of chronic pain, cancer pain management and pain research. Clinical strategies for managing both acute and chronic pain will be addressed throughout all rotations.
There are 5 positions available and offered to residents yearly in this program. Residents must have completed a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Anesthesiology, Neurology, or Psychiatry ACGME accredited residency program. There is at least one slot available and designated each year for a person who has completed a PM&R residency program.
All Pain Medicine fellowship positions are filled through the NRMP Match. To register for the Specialties Matching Service® (Fellowship) Matches, an AAMC ID is not required but it is recommended. However, including an AAMC ID in your Fellowship Match registration will make it easier for our program to rank you in the NRMP Registration, Ranking, and Results® (R3®) system.
The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC) has been recognized as the "#1 Rehabilitation Hospital in America" since 1991 by U.S. News & World Report. No other specialty hospital has been consecutively ranked the "#1" by U.S. News & World Report for so long.Founded in 1954, RIC has earned a worldwide reputation as being a leader in patient care, advocacy, research and educating health professionals in physical medicine and rehabilitation.People from around the globe choose RIC because of our expertise in treating a range of conditions, from the most complex conditions including cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, stroke and traumatic brain injury, to the more common, such as arthritis, chronic pain and sports injuries. Many people also come to RIC because of our specialized services, including Assistive Technology, Prosthetics and Orthotics and Vocational Rehabilitation, which help individuals lead more independent and fulfilling lives. People also choose RIC because of our ability to provide rehabilitation care for patients of all ages - from children to adults.RIC offers different levels of care, including inpatient, day rehabilitation and outpatient services, according to the ...special needs of each patient. At all levels of treatment, specialists from many disciplines are brought together to help patients progress.Each team is lead by a physiatrist, a physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Other members of the team could include rehabilitation nurses, pediatric-certified nurses, physical and occupational therapists, speech/language pathologists, psychologists, chaplains, social workers, rehabilitation engineers, recreation therapists, vocational counselors and respiratory specialists and many other health professionals. Through a collaborative approach, each team focuses on helping patients meet their individual goals and get back to life.