A one-year, non-invasive Vascular Medicine Fellowship training program is available. We started as an independent Department of Peripheral Vascular Disease in 1947, and established our Vascular Medicine Fellowship Program in 1988. As part of the Tomsich Family Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, the Section of Vascular Medicine at Cleveland Clinic is one of the most active Vascular Medicine programs in the United States. We see patients with a wide variety of vascular problems. The section is particularly active in the evaluation and treatment of all forms of arterial, venous, and lymphatic disorders; cardiovascular risk factor management; thrombotic disorders and hypercoagulable states; and wound care.
Our goal is to train fellows who become experts in all aspects of vascular medicine, and who will become our next generation of vascular medicine leaders in clinical care and research. While training, the fellow works daily with our many dedicated Vascular Medicine Staff, or with our colleagues in subspecialties to gain experience during fellowship electives.
At the end of training, the fellow is a qualified specialist in this field and eligible to sit for the American Board of Vascular Medicine exam and the Registry Examination for Physicians in Vascular Interpretation (RPVI).
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We require the following documents to be submitted for a complete application to be reviewed:
Vascular Medicine Education Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
Oct 25, 2021