Ambulatory surgery takes place daily at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. On a typical day, our physicians care for many patients, providing anesthesia for all types of surgery including General, Plastics, Orthopedics, Ophthalmic Surgery, ENT, Oral Maxillofacial & Dental surgery, Urology, Gynecology, Neurosugical, Vascular, and Chronic Pain. During the rotation, you will have the opportunity to provide anesthesia care to a diverse patient population, ranging from pediatric to geriatric, as well as patients of ASA classes I-IV. Anesthesiology residents will have the opportunity to learn and work in a safe, fast-paced, and efficient operating-room environment. Most of the anesthetic techniques performed here include monitored anesthesia care (MAC), peripheral nerve blocks, and general anesthesia using LMAs.
Lizzie Holtan, MD. Associate Professor and Division Chief
Brian Freeman, MD. Associate Professor
Hannah Schobel, MD. Assistant Professor
George Hwang, MD. Assistant Professor
Maggie Coppinger, MD. Clinical Instructor