The Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship program at Wake Forest School of Medicine prepares doctors to be cardiologists skilled in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease.
This is a three-year program that includes supervised training in:
- Clinical cardiology
- Cardiac catheterization
- Heart failure
- Adult congenital heart disease
- Peripheral vascular disease
- Imaging including echocardiography, nuclear cardiology, CT and MR
Program Goals and Objectives
The Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship program aims to develop outstanding physicians in the field of cardiology through exposure to:
- Clinical volume
- Breadth of cardiovascular medicine
- Advanced diagnostics
- Advanced therapies
- A meaningful research experience
- Dedicated didactics and conference schedule
- Faculty mentorship of fellows
- Fellow mentorship of house staff and students
- Value of fellow-faculty interaction
In addition to the Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship, the following cardiovascular fellowships are also offered:
This cardiac research-focused fellowship is a two-year program but can be combined with the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship to create a four-year program.
The Cardiovascular Interventional Fellowship
This one-year program is offered to three fellows per year and requires the completion of the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship
This two-year program provides fellows with extensive experience in all areas of electrophysiology. It is offered to two fellows per year and requires the completion of the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship.