Cardiovascular Fellowship Program Overview
The Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program at the UCR School of Medicine and St. Bernardine Medical Center
The cardiovascular medicine fellowship program at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine is a three-year program with strong clinical and didactic training accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. It emphasizes multidisciplinary approach to complex cardiac problems using a heart team model and short and long term continuity of care for optimal training.
The program is based at St. Bernardine Hospital in San Bernardino, California and provides comprehensive outpatient and strong inpatient experiences.
The fellowship participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) and accepts applications only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). The ACGME number is 1410514290.
The program accepts four fellows per year for a total of 12 in the program.
About the Cardiovascular Fellowship Program
Heart disease is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States and the nature of cardiology continues to evolve as our population ages. The fellowship program will train physicians to be competent and compassionate practitioners in the field of cardiovascular medicine, be able to practice competently in a multidisciplinary setting, learn to evaluate literature critically and exercise evidence based practice.
Our program will strive to deliver the best possible training and endeavors to improve continually to produce the best possible cardiologists suited both to clinical practice and academic medicine, preferably serving the Inland Southern California region.
Our devoted, energetic faculty working in an outstanding clinical learning environment will provide our fellows with a comprehensive didactic and clinical training in cardiovascular medicine.
Our Program Mission
"The mission of the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program is to train physicians to be competent and compassionate practitioners in the field of cardiovascular medicine, be able to practice competently in a multidisciplinary setting, learn to evaluate literature critically and exercise evidence based practice."
Salary & Benefits
Housestaff are employees of the University of California, Riverside. Information about salaries and benefits can be found on our main GME page. General questions about benefits may be directed to our Human Resources team via the ticketing system.