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Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship


The Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Program at the University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine is a combined three-year program designed to provide opportunities to learn the clinical aspects of each of these areas of medicine. As a leading program in Florida, we train the best Pulmonary and Critical Care specialists in the region, by exposing them to a rich academic environment where teaching and scholarship are valued, and where highly advanced, complex care is delivered by world-class experts.

Fellows do one half-day of outpatient clinic per week. During the first year, they are based in a clinic that focuses on the most common pulmonary referral conditions, including dyspnea, airway disease, and pulmonary nodules.

During the second and third years, the fellows have the option of dedicating their clinic time to subspecialty clinics in the area of Interstitial Lung Disease, Infectious Pulmonary Disease, Sleep Disorders, Airway Disease, Pulmonary Hypertension, or Interventional Pulmonology.

We thank you for taking time to learn more about our program. If you have questions or need any additional information, don’t hesitate to reach out.

Mission Statement

The Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine program at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine is a combined 3-year program focused on training the next generation of private practice and academic pulmonary critical care specialists. Our program is committed to providing our services to the medically complex and socially underserved, our veterans, and cancer patients.  We provide care in a comprehensive and compassionate manner that maintains human dignity and is in conformance with the mission of the University of South Florida.

Program Aims

  1. Prepare fellows with knowledge and clinical skills to practice evidence-based pulmonary and critical care medicine following graduation.
  2. Prepare fellows to perform advanced pulmonary interventional procedures and point of care ultrasound.
  3. Expose fellows to both inpatient and outpatient settings, including: subspecialty ICU’s to include CTICU, Cancer, Neurosurgery, Transplant along with their diverse patient populations.
  4. Provide Fellows an inquisitive environment for scholarly pursuit.
  5. Educate our fellows in an environment that supports quality improvement and patient safety.

Contact Us

For inquiries related to the Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program, please email our Program Administrators.

Valerie Franqui

Ashley Fowler