Mission, Vision, & Aims

The Mission of the our program is to educate physicians in the broad field of cardiovascular disease which includes a major emphasis on research as well as clinical training.

Our 5-year Vision is that the Cardiology fellowship program will be one of the premiere locations for cardiovascular training with national recognition. We will accomplish this through the continued cultivation and expansion of our outstanding faculty, the delivery of care via our new cardiovascular bed tower, and the ever-increasing clinical reach of UF Health throughout the state, region, and country.

Additionally, we aim to be the premiere destination for early, mid, and late career trainees to learn the most current, state-of-the-art approaches to cardiovascular care.

University of Florida Cardiovascular Fellowship Training Program Aims:

  • Provide comprehensive advanced training in the care of cardiovascular patients
  • Fellows will graduate from our cardiovascular fellowship with a solid working knowledge of all the sub-specialties within cardiovascular medicine including the following diagnostic and procedural modalities:

a) Cardiac Electrophysiology

b) Interventional Cardiology

c) Cardiac Imaging: CMR, CT, Echo, Nuclear, Cardiac PET

d) Heart Failure / Cardiac Transplant

e) Adult Congenital

f) Clinical Research

  • All of our fellows will leave our training program with the necessary clinical and procedural skills to successfully matriculate into advanced sub-specialty training programs in clinical cardiac electrophysiology, interventional cardiology, advanced heart failure/cardiac transplantation, or advanced cardiac imaging should they choose.
  • Fellows will graduate with a solid exposure to clinical research acquired by integrating them into ongoing faculty research projects or in the development of their individual projects fostered through faculty mentorship.

Fellows will participate in at least one scholarly project per year.

  • We expect our graduating fellows to leave our institution as highly competent general cardiologists with a solid work ethic and professional demeanor whether that be in academic or private clinical practice settings.

>90% of graduates will be board certified within 2 years of matriculation.