The General Cardiology Fellowship at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is a 3-year fellowship program accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). The goals of the fellowship are to provide a well-rounded curriculum to the budding cardiologist with exposure to both noninvasive/invasive diagnostic and treatment modalities along with the opportunity to diagnose and manage a wide spectrum of cardiac pathology in an underserved population.
The Harbor-UCLA Medical Center faculty comprises both full-time and voluntary teachers. The full-time faculty includes over 175 physicians who devote 100% of their time to patient care, teaching, and research at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. All are faculty members of the Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. The Cardiology faculty will work with you to ensure that you will always have the support that you need to advance your career and to provide contemporary compassionate care.
The General Cardiology Fellowship at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, a teaching hospital affiliated the University of California at Los Angeles Geffen School of Medicine, the entails a core three year program inclusive of a continuity clinic (3 years, one half day a week), rotations on the consult service, cardiac care unit, catheterization laboratory, nuclear and echocardiography training and advanced imaging (involving both cardiac CT and MR), split among two hospitals (Harbor-UCLA and Good Samaritan Hospital-Los Angeles).
The Division of Cardiology at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center has a long tradition of providing quality patient care in the face of challenging pathology and socioeconomic hardship to the underserved population. In addition, the world-class faculty of this Division has given invaluable contributions to the field of Cardiovascular Disease and continues to do groundbreaking research in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease.