Medical College of Georgia Cardiology Fellowship
Vincent J. B. Robinson, MBBS
phone: (706) 721-2736
The purpose of the Cardiology Fellowship Program at the Georgia Regents University is to train individuals in all the fundamental skills necessary to be an excellent Clinical Cardiologist. In addition to the fundamental skills, the program ensures that these individuals obtain specific focused clinical skills as well. For individuals desiring to pursue clinical careers, the CV Disease fellowship is designed to provide additional focused training in Echocardiography, Nuclear Cardiology, Electrophysiology, and Invasive and Interventional Cardiology. The three-year program will prepare the individual for ABIM board certification in the subspecialty of Cardiovascular Disease.
The fellowship program has 12 current fellows who serve as consultants and work as members of the Coronary Care Unit team. They also serve in the Nuclear, Echocardiography, Electrophysiology and Cardiac Catheterization laboratories. These endeavors occur in the Georgia Regents (MCGHI) Hospital, a 630-bed center,and the MCGHealth Cardiovascular Clinic located on Pope and Chafee Avenue. The adjacent Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC) is affiliated with the fellowship program. The VAMC services 400 beds. MCGHI encompasses both the Adult Care Center (ACC)and the stand-alone Children's Medical Center. Patients are referred from throughout Georgia and the Southeast for cardiovascular problems, which are both straightforward and complex.
ACCESS CARDIOSOURCE PLUS FOR INSTITUTIONS THOUGH THE GREENBLATT LIBRARY LINK: http://lib.georgiahealth.edu/resources/databases.php
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2013-2016 CARDIOLOGY FELLOWS
Rebecca Napier (Georgia Regents University)
Pratik Choksy (Georgia Regents University)
Amudhan Jyothidasan (University of Massachusetts)
Loren Morgan (University of South Carolina)
Applications will only be accepted electronically through ERAS to apply to the Cardiology Fellowship Training program, click here to go to ERAS.The CV Disease Fellowship Training Program at the Georgia Regents University accepts submitted requirements to the ERAS program on or before August 15, 2013 to be considered for interview for the 2014-2015 academic year. At this time the CV Disease Fellowship Training Program does not accept H1 Visas.