UMass Memorial Medical Center’s (UMMMC) Structural Heart Disease program is seeking outstanding fellows who have already successfully completed interventional cardiology training for a one-year Advanced Interventional Cardiology Fellowship, starting July 2021. UMMMC is a nationally recognized academic medical center, affiliated with the University of Massachusetts Medical School and fostering one of the largest, integrated multidisciplinary group medical practices on the East Coast.
The one-year UMMMC-sponsored, non-ACGME accredited, fellowship provides an extensive experience in transcatheter therapeutics including ASD/ PFO closure, mitral valve repair (MitraClip) and left atrial appendage occlusion (Watchman), with special emphasis on TAVR. Fellows will also have the opportunity to perform as independent interventional cardiologists in an Academic supportive environment and gain experience in complex high-risk indicated patient (CHIP) PCI including intravascular imaging and mechanical hemodynamic support.
Applicants must be : a) ABIM-certified in Cardiovascular Disease and have completed an ACGME-accredited Interventional Cardiology Fellowship by June 2021, b) Eligible for unrestricted medical licensure in the state of Massachusetts, and c) U.S. citizens or Green Card/H1 visa holders.