The Wright Center offers three accredited, comprehensive and community-focused fellowships in Cardiovascular Disease, Gastroenterology and Geriatrics.
Cardiology Fellows work one-on-one with globally and nationally recognized, board-certified cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons. Rotations include cardiac consultation, cardiac care unit, electrophysiology, cardiac catheterization, cardiovascular surgery and research.
Gastroenterology Fellows also work one-on-one with a dedicated core faculty, as they train toward expertise in inpatient and outpatient gastroenterology and hepatotoxic consultancy and endoscopy, including exposure to advanced endoscopic procedures.
Gerontology Fellows train toward expertise in all aspects of geriatric care including inpatient, ambulatory, telemedicine and virtual care processes, substance use disorder and integrated behavioral health, with emphasis on quality of care and deep understanding of socioeconomic determinants of health variables.
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"I chose The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education because of its commitment to serving the underserved in the changing healthcare climate. My program positions me perfectly to address the needs in my community."
"At The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education, I can strike a balance between work and family life. I feel I have become part of the community."
"I like the big city/small town feel of The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education's program and the diversity of practice locations."
"I chose The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education because of its small-town program and community-focused environment. I'm excited to be somewhere I can make a difference."