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Cardiology Fellowships


Comprehensive 3-Year Fellowship
16 Trainees
Adedayo A. Adeboye, MD, FACC, Cardiology Categorical Fellowship Director

The Categorical Fellowship training objective is to train competent, confident and compassionate clinical cardiologists who will come to understand the practice of cardiovascular medicine in the context of its underlying pathophysiologic basis.  

Trainees use a maturity in judgment to enable them to individualize management strategies for each of their patients and to place in perspective the results of large clinical trials.

  • diverse patient populations
  • accredited by the Residency Review Committee (RRC) of the American College of Graduate Medical Education and accordingly its curriculum contains all recommended components for clinical training and research.
  • accredited and in compliance with current ACGME and COCATS guidelines 

Each health care site has an Emergency Room, Coronary Care and Telemetry Units, inpatient and outpatient services, noninvasive and invasive laboratories.

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Accredited 1-Year Fellowship
2 Trainees
Rami Khouzam, MD, Cardiology Interventional Fellowship Director

The aim of the Interventional Cardiovascular Fellowship Program at UTHSC is to train the fellow(s) to attain a high level of competence in interventional cardiology.  This includes acquiring knowledge and skills for the selection of patients for appropriate cardiovascular interventional procedures and a high level of technical skill in performing them and in the management of post procedural issues. 

Our overall goal has four components:

  • To understand the comparative efficacies and limitations of coronary and peripheral vascular interventions in order to select patients and procedure types appropriately.
  • To achieve appropriate cognitive knowledge and technical skills necessary to perform interventional cardiac and vascular procedures at the level of quality attainable through the available and up-to-date state of the art novel developments in the field.
  • To foster an attitude of life-long learning and critical thinking skills needed to gain from personal and literature-based experience and incorporate new developments into ongoing clinical practice.
  • To understand and commit to quality assessment and improvement in the performance of procedures.
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Last Published: Jul 6, 2020