Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology Fellowships
The Samaritan Cardiology Fellowship is a three-year post graduate American Osteopathic Association approved fellowship program designed to prepare physicians to be outstanding clinical adult cardiologists. It is the primary goal of our program to expose our fellows to the diverse pathologies they are likely to encounter in daily cardiology practice both in clinic and hospital settings. A rigorous clinical program combined with didactic lectures as well as procedural training will allow the kind of repetition necessary to confidently enter a cardiology field in attending capacity from the day of graduation.
The Interventional Cardiology Fellowship was established to build on the Cardiology Fellowship and prepare physicians to provide both invasive and interventional adult cardiology. The program aims to expose fellows to the diverse pathologies they are likely to encounter in daily cardiology practice both in clinic and hospital settings.
As a teaching facility, Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center exceeds institutional requirements with high volume cardiac catheterization, electrophysiology, echocardiographic and nuclear cardiology laboratories.