Program Overview

Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship

The Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program at University of Miami / Jackson Memorial Hospital includes rotations at 3 distinctive training institutions. The training program is based at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Our trainees also rotate through the Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the University of Miami Hospital.

The core training program includes supervised experience in the full spectrum of cardiovascular disciplines including both inpatient and outpatient cardiovascular consultation, critical-care cardiology, post-operative management of cardiovascular surgical patients, interventional cardiology, clinical electrophysiology, heart failure / cardiac transplantation, and cardiovascular imaging. During the third year of the program, elective time is available to structure in research, and further training in areas of interest.

The mission of the cardiovascular training program is to select, train and develop academic cardiovascular medicine faculty in support of the mission of academic excellence of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and the mission of service of the Jackson Health System, the Veteran's Affairs Medical Center, and the University of Miami Hospital.

  • Wed Sep 19 – Surgical Clinical Conference
  • Thu Sep 19 – Surgical Clinical Conference
  • Fri Sep 19 – Surgical Clinical Conference

Lectures &

View our latest lecture series and conferences offered to our fellows. From introductory lectures to conferences that are a formal part of all to fellows' curriculum and a central part of the EPS rotation.


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