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Cardiology Fellowship, Royal Oak


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Welcome to the Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak Cardiovascular Fellowship. I am delighted to introduce you to our educational program. The goal of our program is to train highly skilled and compassionate cardiologists with a broad range of clinical interests. Our fellows are not only given the opportunity to learn and develop skills in our prolific interventional and advanced cardiac imaging departments, but also have the opportunity to 

work side by side with our celebrated academic faculty on comprehensive research projects. We pride ourselves on our strong clinical training, and in the past several years, all of our fellows have achieved COCATS II level training in cardiac catheterization, cardiac CT, and echocardiography and have the opportunity for training in nuclear cardiology and cardiac MRI as well. Our meticulously designed educational curriculum includes daily lectures from both internal and external faculty and several weekly subspecialty conferences. Additionally, our impressive grand rounds schedule introduces our fellows to the top minds in cardiology across the country.

As the program director, I take pride in mentoring fellows to achieve their career goals and helping them be the best clinicians they can be. We also place a strong emphasis on fellow well-being and a proper work-life balance during training. Overall, we have developed a rigorous and thorough clinical training program that has produced exceptional clinicians across the country. We hope you apply to our fellowship. Enjoy our website and if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

Michael Gallagher, M.D., FACC
Program Director, Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program
Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak

Advanced Fellowship Training Offered at Beaumont, Royal Oak:

 

Mission

Our mission is to train Cardiovascular Disease Fellows to provide compassionate, extraordinary care to a diverse population. The program is designed to provide a comprehensive learning experience that prepares physicians to meet the demands of contemporary cardiovascular medicine practice in urban and suburban community hospitals. Fellows learn to provide patient and family-centered care, contributing to the health and well-being of patients throughout the community. We attempt 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 cardiovascular disease practice.
  • To responsibly diagnose, treat, manage and provide education to patients related to cardiovascular disease within the communities we serve.  
  • To provide progressive responsibility for and experience to enable effective management of clinical problems in a busy tertiary hospital, a busy suburban hospital and outpatient settings. 
  • To prepare graduates who are capable of autonomously practicing cardiovascular disease, providing patient- and family-centered care.
  • To promote lifelong learning of new skills and knowledge by teaching how to assess and interpret medical evidence in the literature, and apply it to a single patient or population during their careers.
    To develop physicians able to monitor their own physical and mental well-being.

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