Rotations

Vasvi Singh and Stanley Fernandez.

“I never have to compete with my peers for hands-on experience — and I always receive expert guidance,” says fellow Michael Park, left, with faculty member Sunil Baldwa.

Rotations in our fellowship ensure that you receive well-rounded training and learn from expert physicians in a variety of clinical settings.

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You’re assured ample procedural experience in cardiac catheterization: At Buffalo General Medical Center alone — one of this rotation’s two training sites — we perform 6,000 such procedures a year.
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During this, the basis of your training in clinical cardiology, you’ll care for a diverse patient population with different acuity levels and a broad range of medically complex conditions.
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Gain experience with consultative cardiology and assume various supervisory roles at our program’s two primary training hospitals.
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From initial consultations to follow-up, you’ll provide the full range of cardiac outpatient care for patients you’ll follow throughout your training.
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A core portion of your clinical practicum, this rotation trains you extensively in noninvasive cardiology.
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You’ll monitor devices and perform, assist with and observe numerous interventional and surgical procedures.
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Training in high-volume hospital clinics, you’ll come to understand the principles of noninvasive testing, including pre- and post-test probability.
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Gain experience evaluating and caring for pediatric patients with congenital heart disease and new-onset cardiac symptoms and abnormalities.
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Collaborate with physician-scientists at the top of our field to carry out a clinical or translational research project.
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You’ll complement your CCU training by caring for less critically ill cardiac patients at Buffalo General Medical Center.