Cardiology Fellowship

Apply for the Cardiovacular Medicine Fellowship Program at Scripps Health in San Diego.

Advanced Training in Cardiovascular Medicine

The Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program at Scripps Clinic is a three-year program accredited by the Accrediting Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) that trains top candidates to become leaders in cardiovascular care. Scripps graduates have a 100 percent pass rate on the cardiology board exams.

The program equips fellows to excel in clinical cardiology, research and translational medicine. Fellows master all aspects of general cardiology, and also develop their own clinical emphasis. The program provides on-site training in both inpatient and outpatient care.

In addition to the excellent clinical training, fellows conduct rigorous, basic and clinical research at Scripps Health, The Scripps Research Institute or one of our other world-class basic biomedical research facilities, such as Scripps Translational Science Institute, the Scripps Center for Genomic Medicine and the West Wireless Medicine Institute.

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Program Highlights

  • Scripps is one of 43 Clinical Translational Science Award Centers.
  • Scripps Clinic and Scripps Green Hospital has been recognized by the NIH as one of the country’s premier academic medical centers.
  • Scripps is home to the Prebys Cardiovascular Institute, the most comprehensive place for heart care in San Diego.

About Scripps Cardiovascular Care

Our success is the result of many factors, including talented physician-scientists and a long history of clinical research that has changed the delivery of cardiovascular care. Scripps physicians have pioneered many cardiovascular firsts and conducted research in numerous breakthrough technologies, including:

  • Continued advancement of the Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
  • Investigation into biodegradable coronary stents
  • Research using wireless sensors to anticipate worsening heart failure
  • Continued study and validation of the heart attack gene blood test
  • Using new therapies to avoid blood thinners in patients with atrial fibrillation
  • Evaluation of catheter-based, minimally invasive approaches for the treatment of mitral regurgitation
  • Continued research with stem cells and angiogenesis to improve heart function
  • Genetic testing to determine effectiveness
  • Advanced cardiac technology, including wireless monitoring and portable echocardiography
  • Percutaneous cardiac valve replacement
  • The first vascular radiation therapy procedures
  • Co-inventing one of the first stents (Palmaz-Schatz)
  • First rotablator procedure in the United States