Comprehensive Training in Cardiothoracic Surgery
The Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellowship Program at Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is a two-year fellowship open to all U.S. or Canadian board eligible general or vascular surgeons. One fellow is accepted per year. The program allows for comprehensive training in adult cardiac, adult thoracic and congenital heart surgery at three adjacent facilities. UH Cleveland Medical Center is a 1,000 bed hospital located at University Circle and includes University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center is one half mile away and allows for advanced independent training for a portion of the second year of fellowship.
The program has high volumes in both adult cardiac (including heart failure and transplantation and transcatheter valve replacement) and general thoracic (including a large volume of VATS, robotic, and advanced bronchoscopic procedures), as well as solid training in congenital heart surgery.
The caseload at UH Cleveland Medical Center for the last calendar year was as follows:
|Acquired Valvular Cases||371|
|Total Major Cases, excluding TAVR||815|
|Anatomic Lung Resections||117|
|Total Thoracic Cases||896|
Cardiothoracic Surgery Fellows
Kelsey Gray, MD
Medical School: University of Washington School of Medicine
Residency: UCLA - Harbor
Craig Jarrett, MD
Medical School: Case Western Reserve University
Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital
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