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Clinical
Rotations and Training Sites for the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program

Given the diverse career paths now available within cardiology, our fellowship must be flexible enough to meet the unique needs of each individual trainee. Thus, the program provides a strong foundation of core clinical experiences and didactics, complemented by large blocks of elective time to be tailored to personal goals and interests, including research and/or in-depth training in a particular clinical area.

Night Float (8-9 weeks) is embedded within the first two years of the curriculum.  Vacation (4 weeks) is embedded in each year.

Rotations for Year 1

Year 1 rotations include the following:

  • Echocardiography – TTE (3 months)
  • Cardiac Cath Lab at AGH (2 months)
  • Clinical Consult Service (2 months)
  • Heart Failure / Transplant (1 month)
  • Electrophysiology (1 month)
  • Nuclear / PET (1 month)
  • CT / MRI (1 month)
  • Elective (1 month)

Rotations for Year 2

Year 2 rotations include the following:

  • Echocardiography – TTE (2 months)
  • Cardiac Cath Lab at AGH (2 months)
  • Cardiac Cath Lab at WPH (1 month)
  • Clinical Consult Service (2 months)
  • Heart Failure / Transplant (1 month)
  • Cardiac Care Unit (1 month)
  • Electrophysiology (1 month)
  • Nuclear / PET (1 month)
  • Research (1 month)

Rotations for Year 3

Year 3 rotations are tailored to your interests as a Fellow and include the following:

  • Echocardiography (1 month)
  • Cardiac Cath Lab at WPH (1 month)
  • Clinical Consult Service (1 month)
  • Cardiac Care Unit (1 month)
  • Surgical ICU (1 month)
  • Nuclear / PET (1 month)
  • CT/MRI (1 month)
  • Device Clinic (1 month)
  • Available Electives (1 month):
    • Echo Level 3
    • CT/MRI Level 2
    • EP Level 2
    • Vascular
    • ACHD
    • Research

COCATS Required Procedural Numbers

To reach level I, level II, and level III expertise in each procedure, you must meet the required procedural numbers outlined by COCATS.

Training sites

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