The Advanced Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) and Structural Heart Disease Fellowship has been in existence since 2002. It is a one-year program based at Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix. Our mission is to provide outstanding clinical training in structural heart cardiology.
Prerequisite training requirements for the program include the completion of a three-year internal medicine residency program, followed by a three-year cardiology fellowship, as well as a one-year interventional cardiology fellowship.
By training the next generation of knowledgeable, compassionate and resilient physicians, we hope to provide high-value care to our community.
Whether it is primary ambulatory care, hospital medicine or an internal medicine subspecialty, we prepare graduates to create and implement reliable care practices that enhance quality and improve safety through their participation in an innovative curriculum and clinical experience with diverse patients.
Additionally, our program prioritizes a commitment to excellence and the support of each fellow’s individual personal and professional goals with the desire that our graduates be role models of self-care and wellness as they promote the well-being of the patients they serve.