Albany Medical Center
The Cardiovascular Disease fellowship program at Albany Medical Center is conducted at two hospitals:
- Albany Medical Center is a 734-bed complex which serves as the major acute and chronic care facility for the Albany area, Northeastern New York and Western New England. There is an active cardiothoracic surgical program at the Albany Medical Center Hospital with over 1,800 heart surgeries performed yearly.
- The Stratton Veteran's Administration Medical Center, located directly across the street, is a 156-bed acute and chronic care facility. A diverse full time faculty staffs the Cardiovascular Disease Division.
- Mission of the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program
- The primary goal of the Cardiology Fellowship Program is to prepare physicians to become accomplished sub-specialists in Cardiovascular Disease.
- Our educational program has been developed to allow individual fellows to become skilled as clinicians, teachers and investigators.
- The three-year fellowship begins with intensive experience in Clinical Cardiology as a broad base for further specialized activities.
- Acquisition of Clinical Competence and Specialized Skills.