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Cardiology Fellowship

NorthShore University HealthSystem's Division of Cardiology offers a Cardiology Fellowship training program sponsored by the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. This Cardiology Fellowship program offers a unique opportunity for a general cardiovascular experience and community-based education. Fellows will receive high quality training in Cardiovascular Medicine including the performance of general cardiovascular procedures.

The fellows will work in a high-volume Division of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery with educational opportunities at all four NorthShore hospitalsEvanston, Glenbrook, Highland Park and Skokie.

During the three year fellowship program, directed by Amit Pursnani, MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, the fellows will have the opportunity to work with busy clinicians and clinical researchers. General inpatient and outpatient consultation experience and imaging rotations (echocardiography, catheterization laboratory, nuclear medicine, cardiac MRI/CTA, vascular medicine), electrophysiology/holter, stress testing and dedicated research time will be the core components of this program.

The fellow will be required to participate in a variety of conferences within the Division of Cardiology. Fellows will have an active role in the CV board review course and all other key conferences.

Pre-requisite/Training/Selection Criteria

Completion of an ACGME accredited residency program in Internal Medicine is required. Candidates with additional post-graduate training will also be considered. Candidates must have demonstrated a commitment to excellence in clinical endeavors, education and  research during GME training by providing evidence of active participation in educational or research programs.

To Apply

The University of Chicago (NorthShore) Cardiology Fellowship Program will be participating in the Cardiology Match administered by the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP)

  1. Applications will be accepted through the ERAS system. Please follow ERAS requirements including 3 letters of recommendation.
  2. We will not accept any mailed "hard copy" applications.

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