Cardiology Fellowship

Cardiology Fellowship

2018 - 2019 University of Miami / JFK Medical Center Cardiology Fellowship Program Faculty

The University of Miami/ JFK Medical Center and the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center are pleased to offer our ACGME accredited Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program. Our general Cardiovascular Fellowship will be focused on clinical cardiology of both an acute and chronic nature. Two fellows in each year will rotate on the consult service, the CCU, the cardiac catheterization, and EP laboratories. With over three hundred open heart surgeries, one of the busiest TAVR sites in the country, and an EP lab that performs the second most number of procedures annually in the southeast United States, full exposure to all aspects of cardiovascular disease will be readily available. The fellows will also have experience in advanced heart failure treatment, including device therapy and noninvasive imaging laboratories, including CT, CMR, nuclear cardiology, and echocardiography. Given the increasing emphasis on outpatient care, the fellows will have one half day per week of outpatient clinic with patients alongside their assigned attending. As a community outreach effort, the fellows attend the Caridad clinic monthly, which is the largest free healthcare clinic in Florida.

Please find more information about schedules, curriculum, and our current fellows on this website. Thank you for your interest in our program.


Robert Chait, M.D. F.A.C.C.