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Exceptional Fellowship Training at Exceptional Facilities

As a teaching facility, Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center exceeds institutional requirements with high volume cardiac catheterization, electrophysiology, echocardiographic and nuclear cardiology laboratories.

Cardiology Fellowship

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. Our primary goal is 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 and procedural training allow the kind of repetition necessary to confidently enter a cardiology field in attending capacity from the day of graduation.

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Interventional Cardiology Fellowship

The Interventional Cardiology Fellowship was established to build on the Samaritan’s Cardiology Fellowship and prepare physicians to provide both invasive and interventional adult cardiology. The program exposes fellows to the diverse pathologies they are likely to encounter in daily cardiology practice both in clinic and hospital settings.

Curriculum & Didactics

Our comprehensive Cardiology Fellowship programs focus on delivering excellent patient care in an academic setting. Fellows get experience caring for patients as well as managing a team of residents, interns and students. Advanced cardiology care in complex cases of heart failure, arrhythmias, ischemic heart disease as well as structural disease including valvular heart disease is encountered extensively.

Outpatient clinics held throughout the mid-Willamette Valley and central Oregon Coast afford fellows an opportunity to follow hospital based patients and experience the outpatient cardiology setting. Coordination with primary care and good communication skills are paramount and emphasized.

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Directors & Fellows

Our fellows are selected from the best residents from across the nation as well as from Samaritan’s own residency programs.

Our program directors provide fellows with a wealth of clinical experience and knowledge of the cardiology field and subspecialties.

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Explore Our Region

From the Willamette Valley to the central Oregon Coast, our region offers beautiful landscapes, endless recreation and many wonderful cities to call home.

What Our Fellows Say

“I did my residency training at a big, academic center and I was looking for a cardiology program that was going to provide me with a little more hands-on experience and one-on-one contact with my attendings and lots of procedural time, in a cool location.” - Jeremy Warner, DO


The American College of Osteopathic Internists requires that all medicine sub-specialty fellowship applications be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service. Please follow the ERAS directions regarding applications and required documents.

Learn more from the ERAS Fellowship Documents Office.

We will review all ERAS applications and contact qualified applicants early in the fall and interview those who successfully complete our initial screening process. Applicants are selected on the basis of academic performance and personal qualifications regardless of race, sex, color, religion or national origin.

Contact Us

Contact the Office of Medical Education at 541-768-4906 or with any questions regarding this process.