An Interventional Cardiology Fellow participates in an organized one year post graduate educational program that trains the physician in interventional cardiology. He must have successfully completed a Cardiovascular Fellowship. He has daily contact with patients and assumes increasing responsibility for their care under the supervision of the attending staff of the hospital. The assumption of responsibility is the most important aspect of the fellows training. As each fellow physician demonstrates increasing knowledge and ability in interventional cardiology, an increasing amount of reliance should be placed in his judgment in the diagnosis and in treatment of patients. Under the supervision of the attending staff, he is given progressively increasing responsibility so that he acquires confidence in his interventional procedures. For the training to be approved, the hospital where the residency is served must be approved by the Board of Directors of Palmetto General Hospital, the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) and/or the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Position Qualification: (Training, Education, Experience, Skills and Abilities)
1. Must be a graduate of an osteopathic or allopathic post-graduate clinical eduction approved medical school or in good academic standing with an anticipated graduation date prior to commencing program at facility. 2. Must have passed the Level 1, 2 and 3 of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners (NBOME) or the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) 3. Have completed an AOA approved internal medicine residency program or an ACGME approved internal medicine program from which AOA approval has been granted. Prior to appointment in the fellowship, fellows should have completed a three-year AOA approved or ACGME-accredited cardiovascular disease program. 4. Be and remain a member of the AOA and ACOI during fellowship. 5. Must have registered with the Florida Board of Osteopathic Medicine as a *Physician-in-Training*, or as a licensed physician in the state of Florida. During training all fellows must: a. Submit a fellow annual report to the ACOI by July 31 of each calendar year. Final reports of fellows who complete the program in months other than June must be submitted within (30) thirty days of completion of the training year. b. Attend a minimum of 70% of all educational meetings as directed by the program director. Fellows must also participate in appropriate professional staff activities, hospital committee meetings and they must participate in institutional resident/student education. c. Participate in a research component which is to be submitted to the ACOI prior to or upon completion of the training. d. Maintain a procedures log of all required procedures with a copy to be kept in the Department of Medical Education. f. Maintain a current e-mail address and provide to the ACOI g. Function in an ethical and professional manner.
1. Current BLS and ACLS certification required 2. Must have registered with the Florida Board of Osteopathic Medicine or Florida Board of Medicine as a *Physican-in-Training* or have a ACTIVE/CLEAR license status as an Osteopathic Physician or Medical Doctor.
Primary Location: Hialeah, Florida
Facility: Palmetto General Hospital
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Rotate
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Internal Number: 2105015327
About Palmetto General Hospital
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