The UA College of Medicine – Phoenix Interventional Cardiology (IC) Fellowship aims to graduate fellows after 12 months of training in IC. At their graduation, the fellows are well trained for a career in either academic IC or private practice.
During their training, the fellows are exposed to all aspects of interventional cardiovascular training, including complex coronary intervention, peripheral vascular intervention and interpretation and amalgamation of complex imaging like IVUS/OCT into their daily practice. They are trained in six state-of-the-art catheterization laboratories and two hybrid operating rooms. During their fellowship, the fellows get an ideal mix of didactic training and hands on practical experience.