The PGY-2 (CA-1) year includes blocks (4 weeks=1 block) of basic anesthesia (approximately 8-10 blocks). Later in the CA1 year, residents begin subspecialty training. By the end of the CA2 year, residents have generally completed all the subspecialty rotations and met all the minimum case requirements identified by the ACGME.

Total = approximately 24 months. However, these numbers will vary a small amount between individual residents
Basic Anesthesia  
      General Surgery, Urology, Gynecology (G's) 4-5 Blocks
      Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology, Oral Surgery, Orthopedics (O's)   4-5 Blocks
      Nights (Trauma) 1/2 block x 4
Pediatric Anesthesia 2 Blocks
Neurosurgical Anesthesia 2 Blocks
Cardiovascular/Thoracic Anesthesia 2 Blocks
Obstetrical Anesthesia 2 Blocks
Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia 1 Block
Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) 1/2 block
Chronic Pain Medicine 1 Block
Anesthesia Preoperative Evaluation Clinic (APEC) 1/2 Block
Ambulatory Surgery Center 1 Block
Echocardiography (ECHO) 1 Block