The Cardiovascular Fellowship Training Program at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is an ACGME-accredited program that is three years in duration. It is designed to provide the trainee with comprehensive subspecialty training through direct exposure, formal instruction, and broad clinical experience necessary to acquiring knowledge and skills in the management of adult cardiovascular diseases in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
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Interventional Cardiology Fellowship
Housed in the department of Cardiology, the Interventional Fellowship program admits three fellows, selected from hundreds of applications, each year. Fellows are trained in all aspects of cardiovascular and peripheral procedures and work very closely with both full-time and part-time faculty. The interventional fellow is expected to spend a majority of his/her time doing coronary evaluations and interventions. On the average, fellows will spend 80% of their time in the Catheterization Laboratory, performing procedures, pre-procedure assessments and post-procedure follow-up. Fellows will be exposed to peripheral interventional as well as structural heart disease procedures as part of their training. One-half a day per week is dedicated to outpatient clinic with focus on coronary and peripheral artery disease.
Electrophysiology (EP) Fellowship
Lahey’s fellowship in clinical cardiac electrophysiology is designed to provide comprehensive subspecialty training for individuals planning to pursue a career in this field. The program is predominantly clinical in focus, with a wealth of clinical material from which to derive practical educational experiences. After the satisfactory completion of this fellowship, the graduate will be capable of serving as an independent consultant and specialist in clinical cardiac electrophysiology.