Division of cardiology

Interventional Cardiology Fellowship

 
Dr Chris Neilson

Christopher Neilsen, MD
Director Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program

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Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Curriculum
Director
Christopher Neilsen, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories

Length of Program
1 year program following successful completion of a 3 year General Cardiology Fellowship

Application Requirements
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Completed application
blue carat Curriculum Vitae
blue carat Personal Statement
blue carat 3 Letters of reference
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Additional documentation can be submitted to enhance your profile
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All documentation must be in by September 1 to be considered a candidate for the following year

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Contact Information
Christopher D. Nielsen, M.D.
Director, Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program
Attn: Paulette Okurowski, Fellowship Program Coordinator
Medical University of South Carolina
ART
MSC 592
Charleston, South Carolina 
29425
Office: (843) 876-4807
Fax: (843) 876-4809
e-mail:
okurowsp@musc.edu

About the Program
Cardiology is a complex and wide ranging field.  The field of interventional cardiology has vastly expanded over the past several years and there is increasing recognition that this branch of cardiology is becoming more complex and specialized.  The knowledge base and the technical skills required for excellence in interventional cardiology mandate that this field be given a devoted year of training. The American Board of Internal Medicine began to recognize this field in 1999 with the first board examination in Interventional Cardiology. For current trainees, the requirement to sit for the board examination is completion of a fourth year of fellowship specifically dealing with interventional techniques.  The fourth year Interventional Cardiology Fellowship program at the Medical University of South Carolina operates as an integral part of the Cardiology Fellowship program. They must be eligible to sit for the Cardiovascular Disease board examination.

 
 
 

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