Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program
Fellows will gain clinical experience in non-invasive cardiovascular procedures, including:
- Doppler studies
- Stress testing
- Radionuclide cardiac scans
- Bedside hemodynamic monitoring in intensive care
Fellows will develop great expertise in cath lab procedures due to our high volume and wide variety of cases. Our program builds proficiency in:
- Techniques in cardiac catheterization
- All aspects of arrhythmias
- Management of congestive heart failure
- Valvular heart disease
- Temporary pacemaker insertion
- Preventive cardiology
An equally important goal of our program is to provide the type of mentorship and research opportunities that will enable our fellows to pursue careers in academic cardiovascular medicine. We aim to provide them with the necessary experience to be qualified for the very best positions in our field. Mentored research is required in our Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program.
Clinical Rotations (Sample Schedule)
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||Months in 2nd Year
||Months in 3rd Year |
|Transplant / Congestive Heart Failure
Conference and Lectures (Sample Schedule)
Each week, fellows participate in a series of conferences and lectures with attendings to provide a more focused approach to specialized subjects. Morning Report occurs every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday to allow fellows to present recent cardiac cases and to receive feedback from attendings.
We have weekly EKG and Cardiac Cath conferences as well as a rotating schedule of lectures. We also hold monthly Nuclear Cardiology and Echocardiography conferences as well as a Fellows Journal Club.
||Morning Report, Echo Conference|
||EKG Conference, Cardiac Catheterization|
||Morning Report, Journal Club|
||Nuclear Cardiology Conference, Lecture Series|
Research is an important part of the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program. Fellows are given six months of dedicated research time during their second year. This time can be used for either clinical or basic science research.
For More Information
Should you have any questions about the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program at Danbury Hospital, please feel free to contact us.