Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship at UMMS-Baystate
The Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program at Baystate Medical Center is a 3-year program of two week clinical rotations and daily educational conferences. Four fellows are chosen each year through the National Residency Match Program.
Our Program is Growing
Our Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship receives approximately 400 applications for its four openings during each application season.
Our program offers:
- a large patient population
- collegial faculty
- active interventional cardiology and electrophysiology programs.
Fellows receive training in cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, electrophysiology, nuclear cardiology, cardiac intensive care, heart failure and general cardiology.
After successful completion of the 3 year program, you qualify for COCATS level 2 certification in Adult Echocardiography, Exercise Testing, ECG and Ambulatory ECG Monitoring, Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterization and Nuclear Cardiology.
You may further your education by applying to Baystate's:
- Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program—In 2017, two of the three fellows in this 12-month program are graduates of our Cardiology Fellowship.
- Electrophysiology Fellowship Program—This 24-month program supports 1 fellow for two years.
Come to Stay!
Many who come to Baystate for fellowship training choose to remain in the area after graduation. The Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts offers cultural and recreational activities in a beautiful setting. The area is home to the Five Colleges and numerous musical, theatrical and museum events. Outlets for skiing, hiking, boating, and other outdoor activities abound close to the Connecticut River and in the nearby Berkshires.