The two-year ACGME-accredited Geisinger Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship will give you the advanced training and faculty support you need to reach that goal. Certification is the first step in any successful career in clinical cardiac electrophysiology.
If you’re chosen as the one fellow we accept each year, you’ll gain experience with basic procedures such as pacemaker implantation and complex procedures including epicardial mapping and ablations. And because we’re one of the few centers in the nation to do epicardial appendage procedures — and we’re internationally recognized for our pioneering work in conduction system pacing — physicians from around the world come here to learn.
As a Geisinger clinical cardiac electrophysiology fellow, you’ll evaluate and manage patients with arrhythmia-related conditions, including palpitations, syncope, atrial arrhythmias, ventricular arrhythmias and congestive heart failure.
You’ll report on each patient encounter to the supervising EP attending, who will help expand your knowledge and hone your skills.
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You must have graduated from an approved U.S. or Canadian medical school or have ECFMG certification if you graduated from another medical school outside the United States. Graduates of foreign medical schools should be certain that their visa status will permit completion of training and that they qualify for Pennsylvania state licensure before applying to the program.
Examination sequence acceptable to the board
All applicants must send a copy of scores from licensure exams from any of the listed sequences. Any complete sequence is acceptable. International graduates applying must also submit a copy of their ECFMG.
Jen Zarko, C-TAGME
Program Manager, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship
Geisinger Medical Center
100 N. Academy Ave.
Danville, PA 17822
Feb 24, 2023