The University of Washington's Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine offers fellowship training in Critical Care Medicine to selected graduates of ACGME-accredited emergency medicine residency programs. The fellowship provides outstanding training in all aspects of critical care medicine, with training in medical, surgical, trauma, neurological, cardiothoracic ICUs throughout the UW Medicine system.

For more information please contact Kelli Alderman, Program Coordinator: pccmfelo@uw.edu.

UW also accepts emergency medicine-trained applicants via the anesthesiology-critical care (https://depts.washington.edu/anesth/education/fellows/criticalcare.shtml) and neurocritical care (https://depts.washington.edu/neurolog/education/neurocritical-care-fellowship/) fellowship training pathways.


Anna Condela, MD

Dr. Anna Condella hails from Ridgeway, New Jersey and studied at Princeton University as an undergraduate before heading to the Big Apple for medical school at Columbia. She completed emergency medicine residency at Harvard.

Mike Hernandez, MD

Dr. Mike Hernandez grew up in the Pittsburgh suburbs before heading to Chicago for undergrad at Northwestern. He then attended medical school at Columbia University before returning to the Midwest for emergency medicine residency at University of Chicago.

Jon Stewart, MD

Dr. Jon Stuart is from Tulsa, Oklahoma and attended Trinity University in Texas for his undergraduate studies. He completed medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences before completing residency in emergency medicine at the Carl R Darnall Army Medical Center at Fort Hood in Texas. Currently, a Major in the US Army he has most recently served on faculty in Emergency Medicine at Madigan Army Medical Center.