Cardiovascular disease fellowship program

The Division of Cardiology appreciates your interest in the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program at UT Health San Antonio.

We offer an outstanding training opportunity with comprehensive clinical training in general cardiology and excellent opportunities in cardiovascular research. The primary goal of our fellowship program is to train excellent clinical cardiologists with broad-based experience and procedural skills.

Upon graduation, the majority of our fellows pursue private practice, with a significant proportion choosing further sub-specialization or an academic career. Our graduates have taken positions in a variety of attractive locations throughout the United States. We strive to attract progressively higher quality cardiac fellows from year to year and invite you to give our training program your serious consideration.

Interventional cardiology fellowship program

The Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program at the UT Health San Antonio offers a broad-based training experience in all aspects of percutaneous coronary interventions, peripheral interventions, and structural heart interventions; with emphasis on the evidence-based clinical practice of medicine.

We offer an outstanding training opportunity with comprehensive clinical training in general cardiology and excellent opportunities in cardiovascular research. The primary goal of our fellowship program is to train excellent clinical cardiologists with broad-based experience and procedural skills.

The program is primarily based at two large teaching hospitals – University Hospital and the Audie L. Murphy Veteran’s Hospital; where patients with complex medical problems provide an excellent training opportunity. Fellows are actively encouraged to take part in clinical, translational or basic science research under the guidance of Interventional Faculty.