The University of Colorado School of Medicine's Department of Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Colorado offer a three-year fellowship in pediatric cardiology, which is fully accredited. The goal of the fellowship is to provide physicians who are board eligible in pediatrics with in-depth training in cardiology that will prepare them for a career in clinical or academic medicine.
We also offer fourth-year of advanced training with our pediatric heart failure and transplant fellowship, pediatric advanced imaging fellowship, pediatric cardiac intensive care fellowship, and advanced training in adult congenital heart disease.
Training for residents in pediatric cardiology involves intensive clinical training in all aspects of clinical pediatric cardiology, as well as development of clinical and/or basic research skills.
Pediatric cardiology is an integral component of the pediatric clerkship curriculum for third-year medical students at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Our faculty provides a lecture in cardiology as part of the clerkship's core lecture series.
An elective in pediatric cardiology is available for fourth-year medical students who have successfully completed a pediatric clerkship.