Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine

How Does Stanford Compare?

Mark Gjolai and Diana McGregor

General program information (Updated 5/16/13)

 
Information
National Average
Stanford
Length of accredited training
3/4
3/4
Minimum number of prior years required
1/0
1/0
Offers graduate year 1 positions, available immediately upon medical school completion
Sometimes
Sometimes
Average number of PY1 interviews
107.5
140
Residents
Average number of residents/fellows
40.3
74
Average percent female
36.2%
42%
Average percent international medical graduates
14.9%
.03%
American Board of Anesthesiology Certification Rate
Board Certification Rate 2006-2011
86%
96%
Faculty
Average number of full-time physician faculty
47.6
128
Average number of part-time physician faculty
4.0
20
Average percent female full-time physician faculty
26.6%
34%
Average ratio of full-time physician faculty to resident/fellow
1.3
1.9
Resident work hours (PY1)
Average hours on duty per week
60.8
54
Average maximum consecutive hours on duty
25.0
24 + 6#
Average days off duty per week
1.6
2.1
Work environment and compensation (PY1)
Average percent of training in hospital outpatient clinics
9.8%
N/A
Average percent of training in non-hospital ambulatory care community settings
3.6%
N/A
Average resident/fellow compensation
$47,295
$54,912*
Average number weeks of vacation
3.4
3 + 1**

#The VA ICU and Stanford Medical ICU rotations may extend an additional 6 hours of non-patient care duty to the 24 hour limit.
N/A = Not Available
*Average salary for CA1-CA3 residents at Stanford.
**1 week off for attending educational conferences/activities.


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