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Pediatric cardiology fellowship program
Fellowship training in pediatric cardiology
The cardiology fellowship within the Herma Heart Institute (HHI) provides superior training in one of the nation's largest pediatric cardiology, cardiac surgery and cardiovascular research centers.
- Fellowship application process
- Fellowship description
- Lecture descriptions
- Pediatric cardiology conference schedule
- Research and academics training
- Terms, conditions and benefits of employment
Our objective is to prepare fellows for careers within academic or non-academic pediatric cardiology. Training will focus on excellence in clinical skills, understanding of hemodynamics and pathophysiology and an appreciation for natural history. It is a goal of the fellowship to give trainees exposure to all aspects of cardiology while providing an appropriate balance of autonomy and advanced learning with our clinicians. Three years of training is required for the sub-board of pediatric cardiology and a fourth year of advanced clinical/research training is available at our center.
About the Herma Heart Institute
The HHI cares for all conditions, from fetal dysrhythmias to adults with congenital heart disease. We boast many leaders within their respective fields and our 26 pediatric cardiologists cared for 13,383 outpatients in 2016. Our center typically performs 300 open heart surgeries and 15,000 diagnostic heart tests yearly with the support of experts in anesthesia, critical care, cardio-genetics, and nutrition.
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is one of the nation's busiest pediatric hospitals with more than 300,000 outpatient visits and more than 24,000 inpatient admissions annually. The Cardiovascular Research Center at The Medical College of Wisconsin is an NIH-funded multi-disciplinary center that presents excellent opportunities for basic science research focusing on mechanisms of disease related to the heart, blood vessels, and lungs.
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For additional information about the Herma Heart Institute, contact:
Anoop Singh, MD
|Ben Goot, MD
Associate Program Director
BGoot@chw.org or (414) 266-2380