Physicians in the ACGME/AOA-accredited Cardiovascular Medicine fellowship work one-on-one with globally and nationally recognized board-certified cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons over their three years in the program. Rotations include: cardiac consultation, cardiac care unit, electrophysiology, cardiac catheterization, cardiovascular surgery and research.
Our cardiology faculty has been extraordinarily productive in publishing scholarly articles in various publications and peer-reviewed journals. Under their guidance, fellows acquire and hone the knowledge and skills needed to provide state of the art cardiac care, advancing the discipline in their own research and practice. Working closely with our distinguished faculty, fellows conduct numerous research projects throughout their training.
Elective time is allocated to fulfill desired COCATS requirements. The majority of fellows in this program finish with board certification in echocardiography and nuclear cardiology.
Applications are now being accepted through ERAS for the 2016-17 academic year.
Led by Samir Pancholy, MD, the Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship is designed to prepare superior and compassionate cardiologists to serve their community. The fellowship also forms an excellent basis for further specialization.
The Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship recently received a ACGME 6-Year Continued Accreditation. With this accreditation, the program will now transition to the Next Accreditation System (NAS) with a Self Study Visit to occur in 2019.
Click on the links below to explore the program.
- Cardiovascular Medicine Block Rotation Schedule
- Cardiovascular Medicine Curriculum
- Cardiovascular Medicine Didactics
- Cardiovascular Medicine Faculty
- Cardiovascular Medicine Program Application
- Cardiovascular Medicine Training Sites
- Fellow & Faculty Compact