Cardiovascular Structural Intervention Fellowship

Cardiovascular Structural Intervention Fellowship

The Cardiovascular Structural Intervention Fellowship through the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine and Saint Luke’s Hospital accepts one candidate per academic year. Fellows benefit from getting hands-on training from renowned specialists at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute.

The Mid America Heart Institute has an international reputation for coronary angioplasty and intervention spanning nearly three decades, allowing fellows access to the newest procedures and devices.

The goal of the program is to instruct fellows on how to perform successful structural interventions on adult patients with congenital heart disease. This fellowship offers a multidisciplinary approach to cardiac care. Training includes a combination of clinical (office and hospital-based) and procedural training, clinical (case-based) conferences, and bedside instruction by clinical faculty.

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  • U.S. citizen or J1 visa sponsorship only
  • Completion of an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited interventional cardiology program or its equivalent

How To Apply:

Saint Luke’s typically accepts applications in September through October and selects a candidate by November.

We welcome your interest in the Structural Intervention Cardiology Fellowship. Applications for the University of Missouri-Kansas City Structural Intervention Cardiology Fellowship program may be requested from Jeanette Wheeler C-TAGME, Sr. GME Coordinator, Cardiovascular Fellowship Programs at [email protected] or 816-932-5475.

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    Aug 10, 2022

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    Kansas City, Missouri

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