The Electrophysiology training program at the University of Washington is designed to prepare fellows for a career of excellence in the performance of electrophysiology procedures, patient care, research, and teaching.
The core of our program is a 2-year experience dedicated primarily to clinical training in the electrophysiology lab. Our multi-state referral base and quaternary referral program for heart failure/transplant/mechanical circulatory support; adult congenital heart disease; and complex structural intervention programs allow for extraordinary breadth of exposure to cutting edge arrhythmia care. Fellows engage in both routine and complex electrophysiology patient management, focusing on device implantation and lead management (extraction); and mapping and ablation of supraventricular tachycardia, atrial fibrillation (radiofrequency and cryo ablation), typical and atypical flutters, left atrial appendage occlusion, and a wide variety of ventricular tachycardia mechanisms.
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All applicants must have successfully completed an ACGME-accredited Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program prior to CCEP training.
Submit the following documents:
1. Curriculum vitae
2. Research Experience
3. Personal Statement (300 words or less. Include why you are interested in training at the University of Washington)
4. USMLE Transcript (Steps 1-3)
5. Dean’s Letter
6. Medical School Transcripts
7. ECFMG Certificate and Visa Status if applicable*
8. Summative Evaluation from IM Residency and Cardiology Fellowship (if already graduated)
Letters of Recommendation
Letters from the following must also be uploaded to ERAS:
Letters should address your clinical skills, research experience, and potential for an academic career.
Interested applicants should submit applications on ERAS beginning July 1st and no later than September 30th. Please note late applications may not be considered.
Please email the Cardiology Fellowship Office at [email protected] or call 206-685-1397 for more information.
Jul 12, 2021