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Cardiology Fellowship, Farmington Hills

The Cardiology Fellowship Program at Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills is a three-year fellowship.

The program is designed to teach clinical, invasive and noninvasive cardiology. The trainees will develop expertise in left heart cardiac catheterization, right heart catheterization, cardiac biopsies, intra-aortic balloon pump placement, permanent pacing and cardiac electrophysiology. In addition, there is comprehensive training in noninvasive cardiology which includes cardiac EKG analysis, echocardiography, transesophageal echocardiography, stress testing including stress echo and nuclear stress testing. Also trainees develop expertise in specific management of heart failure and are exposed to cardiac transplant patients. They will also have a chance to utilize the new and updated Cath Lab.

The program has received Continued Accreditation from the ACGME, effective September 27, 2019.

Mission

Our mission is to train Cardiovascular Disease Fellows to provide high-quality health care to a diverse community. The Beaumont, Farmington Hills Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship is designed to provide a comprehensive learning experience that prepares physicians to meet the demands of contemporary cardiology practice in urban and suburban communities. Fellows learn how to provide patient- and family-centered care, contributing to the health and well-being of residents throughout the community. We aim to retain our graduates to continue to serve our community.

AIMS

  • To prepare physicians for the practice of cardiovascular disease by teaching the skills, knowledge and humanistic qualities that constitute the foundations of contemporary practice. 
  • To provide patient care that is compassionate, appropriate and effective for the treatment of health problems and the promotion of health and disease prevention. 
  • To address the needs of the community in responsibility treating and providing education to patients related to problems of high prevalence in the community. 
  • To provide for progressive responsibility for and experience to effectively manage clinical problems. 
  • To prepare graduates who are capable of autonomously practicing cardiology, providing patient- and family-centered care, and incorporating new skills and knowledge during their careers. 
  • To develop physicians able to monitor their own physical and mental well-being.

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