Clinical training involves rotations in the CCU, Nuclear Cardiology, Echocardiography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, the Cardiology Consultation Service, the Arrhythmia Service, the Cardiac Catheterization/Interventional Service and outpatient activities in the General Cardiology Clinic. Elective rotations include pediatric cardiology, heart failure and cardiac MR/CT.
Subspecialty fellowships are offered in cardiac catheterization/intervention and cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging (through St. Frances Hospital).
Clinical conferences include:
- Non-invasive Conference covering all aspects of echocardiographic, nuclear, magnetic resonance and CT imaging as well as an Integrated Imaging Conference and an Intra-Operative TEE Conference
- Cardiac CT/MR Conference
- Electrocardiographic/EP Conference
- Cardiology Grand Rounds
- Fellows Journal Club
- Cardiology Research Conference
- Cardiac Catheterization Conference
- Interventional Cardiology Conference
- Vascular Medicine Conference
- Mortality & Morbidity Teleconferences with Washington Hospital Center
A new program in Cardiovascular Bioengineering has been established as a collaborative effort between the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine and Department of Biomedical Engineering. Successful completion of this 4-year program will result in a master's degree in Biomedical Engineering and clinical cardiology training leading to board-eligibility.