UW Health is the employer for any of our ACGME-accredited residency and fellowship programs. Visit the UW Health GME website for details on eligibility and credentialing requirements, benefits and institutional learning environment.
We follow departmental and institutional guidance on non-discrimination, and conduct holistic application review to minimize the influence of racial, ethnic, and gender bias in applicant invitation and ranking.
Qualified applicants must:
- Be board-certified in internal medicine
- Completed an ACGME-accredited Cardiovascular Disease fellowship program
- Be board-certified or board-eligible for Cardiovascular Disease upon start of fellowship
- Have proof of current BLS (CPR) and ACLS certification prior to starting the program
- Hold U.S. citizenship, permanent resident status (green card), J-1 clinical visa or Employment Authorization Document (EAD); this institution does not sponsor H-1 visas
- Graduates of medical schools outside of the U.S. or Canada must be certified by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) and abide by all related policies
We only accept applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
Our program is filled through academic year 2024-25.
Effective 2024, the Interventional Cardiology sub-subspecialty is expected to transition to July cycle recruitment through ERAS with utilization of the NRMP match. Our program supports this initiative. Effective in 2024, applications for training to begin the following July will be due by August 15 of the application year.
Your completed application packet must include:
- Completed ERAS common application form
- Three letters of recommendation, including one from your cardiovascular disease fellowship program director; and if applicable, a fourth letter of recommendation from your most recent program director (if other than cardiovascular disease)
- Personal statement
- USMLE and/or COMLEX transcript
- Current CV, inclusive of scholarly activities
- ECFMG certification (international medical graduates)
For more information, please contact:
Theresa Teske, C-TAGME