The SCA believes that excellence in clinical care, education, and research in cardiothoracic anesthesia is best achieved by standardization of the training in the sub-specialty. In 2006, the Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology (ACTA) sub-specialty became ACGME-accredited.
The majority of the ACGME-accredited fellowships participate in the formalized recruitment process conducted by SF Match. if you intend to use this match tool, please visit SF Match to register as an applicant for the ACTA match utilizing the Common Application System (CAS) within SF Match. The ACTA ACGME-accredited fellowships have also adopted an optional standarded letter of reference (SLOR).
To view information on a particular fellowship program, please scroll to the fellowship of your choice, click on the program, and review the information provided.
ACTA Fellowship Executive Committee Guidelines
Please note the following programs are ACGME-Accredited. Click here for Non-ACGME Accredited programs.
To post your program or request changes to an existing one, please submit this form.