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The Pediatric Anesthesiology fellowship is sponsored by the Children’s Hospital of Michigan within the Detroit Medical Center. The Children’s Hospital of Michigan (CHM), founded in 1886, is a 228-bed hospital and the only freestanding hospital
in Michigan dedicated exclusively to caring for children. The Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit and the Children's Hospital of Michigan Specialty Center Troy cares for approximately 100,000 patients per year.
Our fellowship has been accredited since 1962. Anesthesia is provided for over 14,000 surgeries each year. With several operating rooms, an Acute Pain service, a 39-bed NICU, and a 48-bed PICU, fellows are provided with a well-rounded and clinically excellent
pediatric anesthesiology experience. This program offers broad exposure to anesthesia for pediatric surgery, including congenital heart disease, neurosurgery, organ transplantation, craniofacial, scoliosis repair, and trauma.
The teaching faculty comprises various training backgrounds, including both osteopathic & allopathic disciplines. All faculty members are board certified pediatric anesthesiologists with faculty appointments at the Wayne State University (WSU) School
of Medicine and the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Please visit WSU website for more information regarding current and past academic work by these faculty
Maria Zestos, MD Chief of Pediatric Anesthesiology
Edward Kaminski, MD Fellowship Program Director; Director, Resident Education
Dominik Choromanski, MD Fellowship Associate Program Director
Christopher Smith, MD Advanced Cardiac Fellowship Program Director