Welcome to the Orlando Health Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

Guillermo A. Garrido Rosa, MD

Orlando Health Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) fellowship is a three-year program where the fellows spend about 24-30 clinical months, mostly at Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC), and train in general and interventional pulmonology, as well as critical care medicine in state-of-the-art ICUs. This Fellowship is fully accredited by Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). There are two tracks available at this program: Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine (3 years) and Critical Care Medicine (2 years), and you can find information to each track at this website.

Orlando Health has been training physicians for over fifty years. Medical education is a core value of the organization. 

Orlando Health and its flagship academic hospital, Orlando Health ORMC is an ideal and very attractive location for pursuing Graduate Medical Education (GME). This system has residency programs in most medical subspecialties including Internal Medicine, General Surgery, OB-GYN, Emergency Medicine, Pathology, Pediatrics and subspecialty fellowships in most medical and surgical subspecialties. Orlando Health ORMC is the only Level I Trauma Center in Central Florida and is nationally and internationally acclaimed for its superb handling of the Pulse Nightclub shooting tragedy. It is a tertiary referral center receiving air and ground transport patients from hospitals within a 150-mile radius.  

Orlando Health PCCM Fellowship Program is designed to prepare physicians for a successful and exemplary career in PCCM. 

The program offers:

Through this site, you will find more information regarding the PCCM Fellowship Program at Orlando Health ORMC. If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out to us at [email protected]. Thank you for considering us to help you achieve your career goals.


Guillermo A. Garrido Rosa, MD
Program Director,
Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship