The mission of the Oak Hill Hospital Anesthesiology Residency is to train anesthesiologists through excellence in medical education.

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 (ACGME). 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.

Program Basics

  • Initial accreditation since April, 2018
  • Six (6) residents per year, 18 total residents at program maturity

Participating Hospitals

Oak Hill Hospital (OHH) is a 280-bed acute care facility with an expansion project currently underway to total 350 beds located in Brooksville, Florida. OHH is the largest hospital in Hernando County serving Brooksville, Spring Hill and neighboring Citrus County. It is known for its quality of care, focus on patient safety, and commitment to the most advanced technology. OHH is the primary teaching site for the anesthesiology residency. This site will provide residents with experience in general anesthesia, anesthesia for surgery on the spine, anesthesia for cardiothoracic and vascular surgery as well as anesthesia for obstetrics, regional anesthesia and critical care medicine.

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point (RMCBP) is a 290-bed acute care facility level-2 trauma in Hudson, Florida. At this medical center, residents will receive training in general anesthesia, anesthesia for cardiothoracic and vascular surgery, anesthesia for neurosurgery, anesthesia for the trauma patient, regional anesthesia and critical care medicine.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital (JHACH) is a 259-bed located in St. Petersburg, Florida. Named one of the top 50 children’s hospitals in the United States, JHACH is the site at which our residents will be trained in anesthesia for pediatric patients. This facility offers more than 43 pediatric medical and surgical subspecialties. Pediatric surgical offerings at this site range from cardiac surgery to advanced neurosurgical procedures and regional anesthesia.

All Saints Ambulatory Surgical Center (“All Saints”) Located adjacent to OHH, this is where residents will receive training in anesthesia for ambulatory surgery as well as regional anesthesia, geared specifically towards the ambulatory surgical patient.