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The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship program is a three-year training experience dedicated to promote the fellows' expertise through outstanding clinical, academic, investigative and administrative instruction. Our faculty and staff are dedicated to ensuring fellows receive the highest-quality training as they prepare for a successful clinical practice.

The Ward Family Center for Congenital Heart Disease includes 13 board-certified pediatric cardiologists and three congenital cardiothoracic surgeons with support from nursing, social work, nutrition and exercise physiology. The high-volume center offers the region's most comprehensive care from birth to young adulthood for congenital and acquired heart disease, boasting outstanding clinical facilities, and research training opportunities.

The three-year training experience is designed to promote expertise through outstanding clinical, academic, investigative, and administrative instruction. Our fellowship highlights are:

  • Fellows will develop clinical knowledge of normal and abnormal cardiovascular conditions. 

  • Dedicated research objectives will teach fellows the methodology for meaningful scientific investigation.

  • Fellows will become proficient in invasive and noninvasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

  • The program provides vast opportunities to learn optimal clinical care and consultation for pediatric patients with cardiovascular disease.

Academic Curriculum

Learn more about the curriculum, including didactics, courses, and workshops.


Meet the team of fellows and faculty for this fellowship.

Clinical Curriculum

Read an overview of this three-year training program.

How to Apply

Learn how to apply for this fellowship to begin the application process.