FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY – Cardiology (Advanced Heart Failure)
FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY– Cardiology (Advanced Heart Failure)
The program is a one year program which continues to accept applications from highly qualified physicians who have completed their board eligibility in Internal Medicine. The trainee must have successfully completed a three year residency in an ACGME accredited Internal Medicine program, a three year fellowship in an ACGME accredited Cardiovascular Disease program, and should be certified or eligible for certification in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Currently, three (3) fellows are accepted each year for this one-year fellowship, chosen by the UT Health Advanced Heart Failure Program leadership.
This program is currently ACGME accredited in Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation specialty. The goal of our training program is to produce outstanding Advanced Heart Failure cardiologists who excel in all areas of core competencies in Advanced Heart Failure 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 Advanced Heart Failure cardiologists and encourages the fellows to strive for and attain the highest level of professionalism that lasts a lifetime.
If interested, please contact Eileen Hernandez, at: Eileen.H.Hernandez@uth.tmc.edu