Interventional Cardiology Fellowship
For application information and questions please contact INTERVENTIONALCVFELLOW@hfhs.org or call (313) 916-2896.
- Duration of training: 1 year
- Number of positions: 3
- Prerequisite training: 3 year general cardiology fellowship
- Application information:
- Method of application: Complete our Universal Application and email along with your CV, a brief personal statement, USMLE/COMLEX transcript, ECFMG certificate (if applicable) and a recent photo to our Program Coordinator. Please request 3 letters of recommendation to be sent directly to our Program Coordinator.
- Start date: July 1
- First day accepting applications: October 1 of two years prior to start date (i.e. 21 months prior to start)
- Last day accepting applications: December 1
- Interviews conducted: November to December
- Participation in a NRMP match: No
- J1 and H1 visas accepted
The Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program at Henry Ford Hospital is an ACGME accredited one year advanced fellowship training program available to those who have completed training in general cardiology. The program consists of eight full time interventional cardiologists and is approved for three interventional fellows per year. Interventional fellows receive training in a wide range of procedures including: complex coronary interventions, peripheral vascular interventions, myocardial biopsy performance, structural heart procedures (PFO/ASD/VSD closure, alcohol septal ablation, percutaneous aortic and mitral valvuloplasty, transcatheter aortic valve replacement, percutaneous left atrial appendage closure, percutaneous repair for mitral regurgitation, balloon atrial septostomy, and percutaneous paravalvular leak closure), and hemodynamic support interventions. Procedural volumes are robust as the Henry Ford Medical System consists of a large number of hospitals and clinics in Southern Michigan who refer their procedures to the main campus where the interventional fellowship is located. Interventional fellows are also involved with ongoing research projects and assist in the education of general cardiology fellows.