Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program
Fellows rotate between the four major teaching hospital centers of Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School: University Hospital in Newark, the Veterans Affairs--New Jersey Health Care System in East Orange, Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, and Jersey City Medical Center in Jersey City.. The training emphasis at each of these hospitals is dictated by the major teaching strengths of the individual programs. All of the participant hospitals are located in Northern New Jersey.
Fellows complete rotations and clinical experiences in the following areas: Cardiac Care Unit, Coronary Catheterization Lab, TAVR Program, Advanced Cardiac Mechanical Support, Telemetry Unit, Echocardiography Lab, Research, Nuclear Cardiology, Cardiac CT, Cardiac MRI and Inpatient Hospital Consult. University Hospital is also the primary site of continuity clinic.
Fellows complete rotations in the following areas: Heart Failure and LVAD program, Coronary Catheterization Lab and TAVR Program, Cardiac CT and MRI, and Electrophysiology Lab.
Fellows complete rotations in the following areas: Research, Echocardiography Lab, ETT- Nuclear Stress Testing, Preventive Cardiology, Consultation and hospital service.
Fellows complete rotations in the following areas: Coronary Catheterization Lab and TAVR Program, Echocardiography, Cardiac Intensive Care and Cardiothoracic Intensive Care.