University Hospitals Trains Cardiologists for Excellence in Clinical Practice, Scientific Research and Academia
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, a nationally recognized medical research and education institution, in collaboration with Case Western Reserve University, offers the Cardiovascular Fellowship Program for the next generation of physicians, scientists and leaders who are committed to clinical excellence, service and the privilege of patient care.
ACGME Accredited Program Offers Research in Cardiovascular Medicine Training
This three-year accredited Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) program provides an additional fourth (and potentially fifth) year to increase opportunities for and productivity in research. The program is committed to the additional years of training for fellows at the time they are accepted; this allows fellows to explore opportunities to build upon the research components of the three-year ACGME program and to develop the foundation necessary for becoming a successful physician-scientist.
The overall goal of the Cardiovascular Fellowship Program is to train highly competent clinical cardiologists, who by the time of program completion, are capable of independent practice (i.e., provide state-of-the-art evidence-based prevention, evaluation, management for both inpatients and outpatients with a wide variety of cardiovascular disorders) and prepared for a transition to a productive academic career.
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