Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program

Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program
Accepting Applications for 2016
1 slot

The interventional cardiology fellowship program at Saint Louis University School of Medicine s a one year program for physicians who have completed Internal Medicine and General Cardiology training. Requirements include board certification in Internal Medicine and completion of at least 3 years of training in a Cardiology fellowship including certification for cardiac catheterization and coronary angiography.

One fellow is accepted each academic year. The fellows responsibilities include evaluation and care of patients referred for cardiac catheterization and undergoing interventional procedures and performance of those procedures with the attending interventional cardiologists. Fellows will be involved in over 350 procedures including coronary intervention, structural heart disease, and peripheral interventions. Fellows will also participate in ongoing clinical trials in the cardiac catheterization labs and perform a research project for publication.

The interventional cardiology affiliated hospitals include St. Louis University Hospital and John Cochran VA Medical Center. Upon completion of the training, the fellow will have qualifications to perform coronary and peripheral interventions. Fellows will be board eligible for the American Board of Internal Medicine, Interventional Cardiology certifying examination.

Michael Forsberg., M.D.
Director, Fellowship Training Interventional Cardiology
St. Louis University Hospital
3635 Vista Ave at Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63110

Attention: Denise Bizenberger
Phone: (314) 268-7992
Fax: (314) 268-5410

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