Fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine

The Fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at UMass Medical School/UMass Memorial Medical Center is a three year program. Six fellows are chosen each year through the National Residency Match Program (NRMP). Cardiology fellowship applications are submitted to the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Application deadline is August 1st.

Training at an outstanding institution

UMass is a national leader in cardiovascular care according to many quality benchmarks and measures:

Goals and highlights of the program 

Simply stated, our goal is to find the nation’s strongest medical residents and transform them into tomorrow’s leaders in academic and clinical cardiology. We believe that our program provides superb training in a supportive, collegial, and stimulating environment. Some of the highlights of the program include:

  • State-of-the-art facilities
  • High procedural volume
  • Ambulatory experience in general cardiology and subspecialties, including adult congenital cardiology
  • Echocardiography and nuclear cardiology training that satisfies the requirements for licensing by the National Board of Echocardiography and Certification Board in Nuclear Cardiology
  • Exposure to cardiac surgery and vascular medicine
  • Experience in advanced imaging (MRI/CT)
  • Diverse research opportunities 
  • Ample opportunities for teaching residents and medical students

Fellowship Location

The vast majority of our fellows’ time is spent at the main UMass Memorial Medical Center campus, known as the University campus, on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Massachusetts.  Worcester, which is the second largest city in New England, has a wealth of cultural activities and outstanding restaurants.

Our fellows spend one month practicing community cardiology at Health Alliance, a hospital located 20 miles north of Worcester. Fellows also spend at least two weeks studying advanced heart failure at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.

Applications

The Fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine participates in the match program run by NRMP. All applications must be submitted through ERAS. The deadline for receiving application materials is August 1st. Please see FAQs for more information.

 

 

 

 


Naomi Botkin

Naomi F. Botkin, MD
Program Director


david mcmanus

David D. McManus, MD, MS
Associate Program Director


Colleen M. Harrington, MD - Cardiovascular Disease and Internal Medicine

Colleen M. Harrington, MD
Associate Program Director


 
For more information, contact:

Ms. Raechel Strom

Program Coordinator

raechel.strom@umassmemorial.org

Telephone: 508-856-3064
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