It is my pleasure to announce that Dr. Seethala will be taking over the EM/IM CCM fellowship. Raghu over the last 1-2 years has developed an EM/CCM US curriculum modeled after our own exceptional US program. As the US program continues to grow and mature, Raghu will now add the fellowship to his growing educational responsibilities. As our division continues to grow, Raghu is prepared to lead our current fellows and as we prepare and plan to increase our fellowship component. Please join me in congratulating and supporting Raghu in his new role.
It is with pleasure that I introduce the latest recruitment to the division of EMCCM. Please welcome a HAEMR alum and recent graduate of our CCM fellowship program, Michael Billington to the department and division as faculty. Michael is interested in education and will have a significant role in fellowship education as we expand the fellowship coverage to South Shore Hospital.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital welcomes back Dr. Jason Cohen. He graduated from our Anesthesia Critical Care Fellowship in 2010 and went on to Albany Medical Center, where he attended in the emergency department & surgical intensive care unit and served as the regional Medical Director for LifeNet of New York. Dr. Cohen also has a special interest in disaster medicine. At BWH, he will have dual appointments in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Section of Emergency Medicine Critical Care, and Department of Surgery, Division of Burn, Trauma, and Critical Care. He will be attending in the Surgical Intensive Care Units and serve as the Chief Medical Officer of Boston Medflight.