Adult Congenital Heart Fellowship
The Emory Adult Congenial Heart Center was founded in the year 2000 and has grown to be one of the largest adult congenital heart programs in North America with more than 2,000 outpatient visits and more than 100 cardiac surgeries a year. The Emory adult congenital heart faculty include 6 cardiologists and 2 cardiac surgeons with additional expert support from world renowned interventional/structural, electrophysiology, and advanced heart failure teams.
The Emory Adult Congenital Fellowship training program provides trainees with a wide spectrum of outpatient and inpatient experiences to include cardiac imaging, catheter-based diagnostics and interventions, electrophysiology, critical care, advanced heart failure management/transplantation evaluation, cardiac and non-cardiac surgeries, cardiac anesthesia, pulmonary hypertension, pregnancy in heart disease, and contraception/family planning.
Two years (one fellow per year)
Completion of adult and/or pediatric cardiovascular disease fellowship before the anticipated start date. US citizens or permanent residents may apply.
Accreditation and Certification
This program fulfills ABIM requirements (www.abim.org) for adult congenital disease subspecialty training and program graduates will be eligible to sit for the ABIM subspecialty examination in adult congenital heart diseases.
Curriculum vitae, personal statement, 3 letters of recommendation, copy of USMLE transcripts, and copy of ECFMG certificate for medical school graduates from outside the U.S. or Canada.
October 1 (starting the following July 1)