Department of Anesthesiology - El Paso
Dr. Hana Teissler graduated from Universita Karlova Medical School in Prague, Czech Republic in 1985.
Hana Teissler, MD Assistant Professor
Dr. Dennis Miller obtained his academic training, beginning with undergraduate work through completion of Anesthesiology Residency at Indiana University. In 1976, he became a Diplomat of the American Board of Anesthesiology. He was active for several years in private practice in Anesthesiology and Pain Management. For six years, he served in the Air National Guard as a flight surgeon. He became a commercial pilot and flew commercial jets until he retired from flying in 1997. Dr. Miller left private practice to return to Level I Or Anesthesiology at Maricopa Hospital, Phoenix, AZ in 2005 and then took a position as Director of Anesthesia Services at El Paso V.A. in 2009. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at TTUHSC-El Paso. His hobbies include motorcycling, traveling and bicycling.
Dennis W. Miller, MD Assistant Professor
This 4 weeks rotation in regional anesthesia is designed for CA-1 anesthesiology residents as an introductory course to the indications technique, contraindications and management of regional anesthesia.
The purpose of this introductory regional anesthesia rotation is to provide in depth training in regional anesthesia to the anesthesia residents in the program at TT UHSC.
The learning objectives encompass the six Core Competencies and include in depth training in the theory and techniques of regional anesthesia and pain management with regional anesthesia.
This 8-week rotation for CA-3 residents in anesthesiology builds on their knowledge on acute pain management gained during the acute pain management rotation in year CA-2 and/or regional anesthesia rotation CA-1.
The residents are expected to increase their degree of autonomy throughout the rotations in second and third year, to finally achieve skills for acute pain management for independent anesthesiology practice.