At Wake Forest School of Medicine, we train our anesthesiology residents to become highly skilled anesthesiologists. Our program holds a full, ten-year accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

We match 14 residents each year and offer categorical positions through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Every graduate performs in excess of 200 ancillary airways, labor epidurals and peripheral nerve blocks

Our Educational Philosophy is built upon the following foundation:

Interested in learning more about Wake Forest’s Anesthesiology Residency program?

Our Program Director and Assistant Program Directors provide more information about our residency and if it’s the right match for you.

From the Chief Residents

Jason Robert Muelleck, MDTaylor William Grice, MD

"One of the best aspects of our residency involves the recognition that everyone has unique career aspirations. The culture at Wake Forest prioritizes the resident experience, affording a well-rounded training in preparation for any career. Residents are matched early on with a mentor who is there to help them navigate that journey. After mastering the basics and various subspecialties, residents can tailor their schedules to best prepare them for whichever path they pursue post-residency. Ultimately, we routinely place residents in a variety of premier fellowships, academic, and private practice jobs around the country." 

- Taylor Grice, MD, and Jason Muelleck, MD, Chief Residents 2021-2022

Read the full letter from the chief residents. 

Learn more about our program through our Resident Perspectives and Reflection

Diversity and Inclusion in the Wake Forest Department of Anesthesiology

The co-chairs of the Department of Anesthesiology's Inclusion Committee discuss our department's commitment to diversity and inclusion. Learn more about inclusion and diversity in our department.