Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship

Danbury Hospital offers a Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program for two eligible trainees each year. The section of cardiology prides itself in providing cutting edge cardiovascular care to Western Connecticut, as well as to significant portions of Eastern New York State.

Our fellows benefit from a busy, state-of-the-art program and are exposed to a full spectrum of cardiovascular diseases. We encourage our fellows to think critically and function as an integral member of the cardiovascular team. In addition to a robust clinical program, Danbury Hospital Cardiovascular Fellows devote six months to research and have many opportunities to present at local and national meetings as well as publish original research.

Ira Galin, M.D.

Ira Galin, M.D.
Director, Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program
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Dr. Galin is fellowship trained in cardiovascular diseases. He focuses his expertise in diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease on risk reduction, valvular heart disease, atherosclerosis, and noninvasive imaging .

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