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Learn more about Oak Hill Hospital's Anesthesiology Residency Program curriculum and rotation schedule.

The goal of HCA Florida Oak Hill Hospital's Anesthesiology Residency is to train anesthesiologists through excellence in medical education. We earned our initial accreditation in April 2018 and accept six residents per year, now with 18 total residents at program maturity. To achieve this goal, the Anesthesiology Residency provides a variety of educational experiences.

These experiences prepare the resident to provide anesthesia service to patients with a vast array of medical comorbidities encountered in the practice of medicine. This training program is structured around the clinical competencies and milestones for learning as described by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.

At the culmination of training, residents will have the necessary knowledge base to successfully obtain board certification by the American Board of Anesthesiologists. In addition, trainees will have the requisite credentials needed to compete for and obtain subspecialty training.

The clinical experience at the HCA Healthcare/USF Morsani College of Medicine HCA Florida Oak Hill Hospital Anesthesiology Residency Program is diverse, occurring across several clinical sites.

Participating clinical training locations include:

  • HCA Florida Oak Hill Hospital
    • GME conference center, location for academic half-day
    • Simulation
    • General Anesthesiology, Cardiovascular and Thoracic Anesthesiology, Acute Pain Service, Regional Anesthesia, Preop Clinic, PACU, Anesthesiology Critical Care, Obstetric Anesthesiology
  • HCA Florida Brandon Hospital
    • General Anesthesiology, Obstetric Anesthesiology, NORA, Chronic Pain
  • HCA Florida Bayonet Point Hospital
    • General Anesthesiology (inpatient and outpatient)
    • Neuroanesthesiology
  • HCA Florida Largo Hospital, Tampa
    • Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology
    • Transplant Anesthesiology (heart and liver)
  • Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, Tampa, Florida
    • Pediatric Anesthesiology
  • Nemours Children’s Hospital Orlando
    • Pediatric Anesthesiology

The curriculum is:


  • General: 9 months
  • Acute Pain Service: 1 month
  • ICU: 1 month
  • Preop: 1 month
  • PACU: 1 month


  • General: 2 months
  • Vascular: 1 month
  • Cardiothoracic: 2 months
  • OB: 2 months
  • Pediatrics: 2 months
  • Chronic Pain: 1 month
  • ICU: 1 month
  • Neuro/Advanced: 1 month
  • Acute Pain Services: 1 month


  • General: 5 months
  • ICU: 1 month
  • Neuro-Advanced: 1 month
  • Ambulatory Surgical Center: 1 month
  • Practice Management: 2 weeks
  • Non-OR Anesthesia: 2 weeks
  • Pediatrics: 1 month
  • Electives: 3 months (Transplant, Acute Pain Service, Non-OR Anesthesia, OB, Peds, Chronic Pain, Neuro/Advanced, General)