ChristianaCare’s three-year Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and is designed to provide the knowledge and clinical skills necessary to pass the American Board of Internal Medicine Subspecialty Examination in Cardiovascular Diseases. Graduate fellows will be fully prepared to enter clinical practice or to pursue further academic training.
ChristianaCare offers three appointments each year to the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship.
Nephrology fellows take call from home every fourth night on average.
For each four-week block, a nephrology fellow is assigned a supervising nephrology attending.
The fellows must demonstrate competency in each of the six categories of objectives as defined by the ACGME.
Fellows are able to access the hospital intranet and the World Wide Web from the more than 1,500 computer terminals.
A core cardiology lecture series, board review and ECG reading conferences are offered along with subspecialty conferences and teaching rounds.
Areas covered through didactic lectures and clinical experience.
Providing Interventional Radiology Fellows with an organized, comprehensive, supervised, full-time educational experience.
Meet the Fellowships team.
The major blocks of training for the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship will take place at both Christiana and Wilmington hospitals.
Didactic training and clinical experience that is carefully structured to provide a balance between inpatient and outpatient management.
General program schedule.
Opportunities exist for fellows to pursue biostatistical and medical informatics research.
If you are a medical student interested in applying for a rotation at ChristianaCare, please complete the UME application.