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Rotations

Fellows are assigned clinical or laboratory rotations that accomplish the American Board of Internal Medicine requirement for 24 months of training experience. In addition, all fellows receive dedicated research time, varying from 6-10 months, assigned according to project viability. The rotation structure and associated curriculum statements for the general fellowship are as follows

Clinical Rotations

  • Cardiovascular critical care (CVCC): 2-3 rotations
  • Intermediate coronary care unit (ICCU): 2-3 rotations
  • Consultation service: 2 rotations
  • VA Medical Center, White River Junction, VT: 3 rotations
  • Vascular medicine: 1 rotation
  • Congenital heart disease: 1 rotation
  • Cardiothoracic surgical rotation: 1 rotation
  • Ambulatory Clinic: one half day per week throughout fellowship.

Laboratory Rotations

  • Cardiac catheterization laboratory: 4-6 rotations
  • Cardiac electrophysiology laboratory: 2 rotations
  • Echocardiography: 4-6 rotations
  • Imaging (nuclear, CT, PET, MRI): 2-3 rotations
  • Heart Station (electrocardiography, arrhythmia monitoring): 1 rotation
  • Research curriculum: 6-12 rotations
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