Hospital: UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Anticipated Start Date: July 2022
UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh is offering advanced training in Acute Care Cardiology. This is designed for the individual who plans to become a leader in the field of acute care cardiology. Clinical care includes all hospitalized, non-ICU, children with acquired or congenital heart disease along with providing consultation to the Cardiac ICU. The successful candidate will have completed an accredited three-year training program in pediatric cardiology and should demonstrate an interest for a career in acute care cardiology and academic medicine. The clinical goal of the advanced fellowship is to provide the trainee with the cardiology training to evaluate and manage acutely ill cardiac patients, as well as to develop the leadership skills necessary to direct a multidisciplinary team. The trainee will gain experience in the evaluation and management of routine arrhythmias, cardiac catheterization data, and management of surgical patients. The trainee will also have the opportunity to receive exposure to care coordination, social work and supportive care. Additionally, the trainee with receive training in Quality Improvement methodologies through the Wolff Center at UPMC. Furthermore, the trainee will be required to participate in international collaborative networks such as the Pediatric Acute Care Cardiology Collaborative (PAC3).
If you are interested in applying, email Evonne Morell