The Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program encompasses the special knowledge and skill required of cardiologists to care for patients receiving cardiac interventional procedures.
During training in interventional cardiology, the Fellow's clinical experience includes opportunities to diagnose, select therapies, perform interventional procedures, and manage and judge the effectiveness of treatment(s) for inpatients and outpatients
with chronic coronary artery disease, acute coronary syndromes, valvular heart disease, and peripheral and carotid arterial disease.
As a subspecialty educational program in interventional cardiology, the section functions as an integral component of an accredited subspecialty residency in cardiovascular disease and is organized to provide training and experience at a sufficient level
for the fellow to acquire the competency of a specialist in the field.
Interested candidates should contact: Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Coordinator 313-832-0303
DMC interventional cardiology fellows will acquire the knowledge and skills required of cardiologists who care for patients receiving cardiac interventional procedures. They will gain experience in diagnosing and treating chronic ischemic heart disease, acute ischemic syndromes, valvular heart disease and peripheral arterial and carotid disease.
Applications are accepted via ERAS. Each application must be submitted with the following documentation: Curriculum vitae, personal statement, copy of MD diploma, copy of ECFMG or USMLE certificate, copy of ECFMG or USMLE scores, and copy of visa card (if applicable)