Cardiology Fellowship

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The University of Toledo Cardiology Fellowship is a three-year, ACGME-approved academic program strongly committed to maintaining the highest academic standards with a scholarly approach to the practice of cardiology. 

With the program's affiliation with ProMedica Toledo Hospital and the University of Toledo Medical Center, fellows are exposed to faculty dedicated to providing teaching, research, and clinical activities at the highest standard. This affiliation provides the fellow with access to a full range of diversified cases with patients from wide-ranging backgrounds, demographics, and conditions.

Our fellowship program provides extensive education in the core disciplines of non-invasive and invasive cardiology. The first two years are largely devoted to core rotations in clinical cardiology, cardiac imaging and nuclear cardiology, interventional cardiology and electrophysiology. Third-year fellows will have the opportunity to pursue up to eight months of electives in focused areas such as interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, cardiac imaging, vascular medicine, structural cardiac interventions, and/or clinical research. 

About the Fellowship

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For more information, email Angie McCune, Fellowship Program Coordinator, at or call 419.383.1245.


Last Updated: 10/18/23