FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY - Cardiology (Clinical Electrophysiology)
This two-year program continues to accept applications from highly qualified physicians who have successfully completed residencies in ACGME accredited Internal Medicine and Cardiology programs and should be certified or eligible for certification in Internal Medicine and Cardiology by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Three fellows are accepted each year for this two-year fellowship, chosen by the UT Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology leadership.
This program is currently ACGME accredited for two years. Positions for the second year of the CCEP training are also available for individuals who have completed the first year elsewhere and desire Advanced CCEP training for the 2017-18 academic years. The fellows will work with a faculty of 10 electrophysiologists with a broad area of expertise, from basic to highly complex EP and device management. The fellows will be in a very high volume academic center with some community based training.
The goal of the training program is to produce the most highly qualified Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology cardiologists who excel in all areas of core competencies in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology and these other six (6) areas: (a) patient care, (b) medical knowledge, (c) practice-based learning and improvement, (d) interpersonal and communication skills, (e) professionalism, and (f) systems-based practice. The training program views professionalism to be one of the most important attributes of Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology cardiologists and encourages the fellows to strive for and attain the highest level of professionalism that lasts a lifetime.
If interested, please contact Mary Jones at: Mary.R.Jones@uth.tmc.edu