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How to Apply

The fellowship program accepts applications from January 1 to May 31 for the program to begin the following July. The interview period for applicants is February 1 to November 30. Top candidates will be invited to the DHMC campus for personal interviews.

Important note for 2019 - As of September 2019, we are not participating in the NRMP ‘Match’ for EP fellowship (please review this web-site for updates, as this may change in 2020 and we may use ‘MyERAS’ for applications).

For the academic year starting in July of 2021, we will be accepting applications from July of 2020, with selected candidates invited for an interview during the period of July 2020 to October 2020.

For questions – please email our program coordinator at Jan Willey

The completed application should include:

  • Completed DHMC Application Form (PDF)
  • Personal Statement
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Copy of ECFMG certificate (if applicable)
  • Medical School Dean's Letter
  • Medical School Transcript
  • Three letters of recommendation (can arrive separately)

Your application package should be mailed to:

Rajbir Sangha MB., ChB.

c/o Jan Willey

Director, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Program

Heart and Vascular Center

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

One Medical Center Drive

Lebanon, NH 03756-0001

Special note for foreign national physicians:

You must have a currently valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) to be eligible for application to a GME-accredited clinical training program. We accept applicants with J1 visas. We will assist H1-b visa applicants with their paperwork, but we are not able to absorb any of the cost involved with their transfer.

Training Eligibility and Work Hours:

In order to qualify for the Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (CCEP) subspecialty exam, a candidate must train for a minimum of 2 years in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology after a 3-year General Cardiology training fellowship. Housestaff are eligible for 2 years of Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology training after they have completed 3 years of general Cardiology training. Housestaff will advance to the second year only if the faculty determine that the candidate has adequately fulfilled the requirements of the first year of training (see separate policy on CCEP Resident Advancement Criteria). The maximum amount of training offered in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology at Dartmouth is 2 years.


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