Program Overview 

Welcome to St. Vincent Medical Center’s fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease. Established in 2014, our program has continued accreditation from the ACGME. This fellowship duration is three years and there will be a total of six accredited positions in the general program emphasizing preparation in academic Cardiology. Our mission is to provide a clinically rigorous training program in general Cardiology, with faculty who provide fellows with the clinical knowledge, procedural skills, clinical judgment, professionalism and interpersonal skills necessary to become leaders in Cardiovascular Medicine.

St. Vincent Medical Center, which has the region’s only established Heart and Vascular Center, is the primary teaching facility for this fellowship. Our Heart and Vascular Center offers all necessary facilities for specialized Cardiovascular training, including five catheterization labs, two dedicated EP labs, echo and nuclear facilities and excellent vascular and radiology programs. Fellows will be trained in all aspects of acute and chronic cardiovascular diseases in both inpatient and outpatient settings, in compliance with the ACGME program requirements for graduate medical education in Cardiovascular Disease (Internal Medicine).

Contact Us

Melanie Hall
Program Coordinator