The Anesthesiology Residency at Johns Hopkins is designed to create an unparalleled educational experience. Drawing upon the vast resources of one of the world’s best medical facilities and the mentorship of its brilliant faculty, our residents learn to care for an extremely diverse and medically challenging patient population. In this outstanding educational environment, we train expert consultants in anesthesiology who become leaders in academic and private practice nationally and around the world.

General Program Information

(Updated August, 2022)

CategoryNational AverageHopkins
Length of Accredited Training3/43/4
Minimum Number of Prior Years Required1/01/0
Offers PGY-1 PositionsSometimesNo (All positions are advanced positions)
Average Number of Interviews107.5150

Resident Information

CategoryNational AverageHopkins
Number of Residents40.388

American Board of Anesthesiology Current Certification Rates

Graduating ClassNumber of GraduatesPercent Board Certified

Faculty Information

CategoryNational AverageHopkins
Number of Full-Time Faculty47.6129
Ratio of Faculty to Resident1.31.7

Resident Work Hours

CategoryNational AverageHopkins
Hours on Duty per Week60.953.7
Maximum Consecutive Hours on Duty25.024Β±4*

Call Hours

ICU24 +/- 4
Weekday ZBOR CA316
Weekend ZBOR CA324
Weekday WBG16
Weekend WBG24
Night float12

Work Environment and Compensation

CategoryNational AverageHopkins
Average Percent of Training in Hospital Outpatient Clinics9.8%5%
Average Percent of Training in Non-Hospital Ambulatory Care Community Setting3.6%0%
Average Resident/Fellow Compensation$47,295$65,829**
Average Number of Weeks of Vacation3.44***

**Average of CA1, 2, and 3 salaries for 2022-2023.
***Hopkins anesthesia residents get 4 weeks vacation and non-clinical meeting time each year. The call schedule is arranged each year to allow some time off at Christmas or New Years.

For more information about salary and benefits please visit the Graduate Medical Education website at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.