Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology


The mission of our program is to educate physicians in the field of clinical cardiac electrophysiology with major emphasis in the cognitive, procedural and investigative aspects of the field. Our mission is to achieve excellence in the training of fourth and fifth year cardiology fellows in the diagnosis and management of cardiac rhythm disorders and symptoms, including noninvasive and invasive diagnostic and therapeutic modalities with implantation of pacemakers, cardioverter-defribillators (ICDs), upright table testing and cardiac electrophysiology study, radiofrequency ablation and cryoablation of supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias. Both a comprehensive work-up and post procedure follow-up of these patients are also essential components of their learning.

The University of Florida Training Program in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology has two fellowship positions accredited by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Applicants must be completing or have completed an ACGME accredited fellowship in cardiovascular disease. The CCEP Fellowship is of two-year duration beginning on July 1st of each academic year. Our training program includes all aspects of complex ablation, device therapy, arrhythmia consultation, and electrophysiology research. For additional detailed program information, please review the Clinical Cardiovascular Electrophysiology Goals And Objectives.

Upon completion of the program, fellows are eligible to take the American Board of Medicine (ABIM) board examination in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology.

For further questions you may contact our Fellowship Coordinator Dori Romrell.