Program Aims

The aims of the Interventional Cardiology fellowship program are: 1) The training of interventional cardiologists who provide expertise in diagnosis and management of adult patients with coronary artery disease; 2) The training of interventional cardiologists who provide expertise in invasive percutaneous approaches for the diagnosis and interventional treatment of coronary artery disease; 3) The training of interventional cardiologists who will have the basic skill sets to diagnose and manage adult patients with peripheral arterial disease and structural heart disease; 4) Mentoring interventional cardiology fellows with the opportunity to develop into educators in the field of interventional cardiology and to serve as a valuable resource in their community; 5) Graduating interventional cardiologists who can successfully incorporate scholarly activity into their evidence-based practice; and 6) To graduate interventional cardiologists who can successfully incorporate principles of quality assessment and improvement projects focused on improving patient outcomes that will nurture collegial collaborative efforts across professional boundaries that lasts well beyond fellowship training