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Open Resident and Fellowship Positions
University of Nebraska Medical Center - Vascular Fellowship Program
Posted July 2021
The Division of Vascular Surgery at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska is accepting applicants for an ACGME-accredited, 2-year independent Vascular Surgery Fellowship position beginning August 1, 2021 with a flexible start date. Due to an unanticipated vacancy, we currently have a PGY6 (first year fellow) position available.
This fellowship is appropriate for individuals who have completed a 5 year, ACGME-accredited general surgery residency and are interested in formal training in vascular and endovascular surgery. The incoming trainee will join one additional fellow and 7 vascular surgery faculty, 4 advanced practice providers, and ample support staff at our 678 bed, Level 1 trauma, tertiary referral center.
Applicants are required to have successfully completed an ACGME-accredited five-year general surgery program by the start date of the program. Candidates will be required to submit a CV, three letters of recommendation (one from their General surgery program director), ABSITE and Board Examination scores (if applicable), and a personal statement. Interviews will be on a rolling basis.
For more information about our program please visit: https://www.unmc.edu/surgery/residencies-fellowships/vascular-surgery-fellowship/index.html
Please remit all inquiries, intent to apply, and all application materials to the Program Coordinator, Toni (Harris) Schlotman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
St. Luke's University Health Network - Vascular Fellowship Program
Posted September 2020
St. Luke’s University Health Network – Vascular Fellowship Program is located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The Vascular Fellowship Program at St. Luke’s University Health Network Surgery Program is an ACGME accredited fellowship who welcomed its’ first vascular fellow in July of 2020. Our program welcomes interested candidates who have completed their General Surgery Residency training into the program. We participate in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) and will have two vascular fellows in training on July 1, 2021. St. Luke's University Hospital Network is diverse and expansive with fully integrated Epic ambulatory and inpatient EMR across 13 hospital campuses and more than 300 ambulatory sites. The Bethlehem campus is the official “International Show Site for GE Medical Imaging,” and was the first US installation of the Discovery Hybrid OR (2011). Additionally, there is a Discover IR/Vascular suite, as well as a bi-plane Neuro-Interventional room. A second Discovery Hybrid OR is located at our Allentown campus, with another Discovery IR/Vascular suite at our Warren campus. We have 17 Integrated Vascular Labs performing over 100 studies daily. We were one of the participating sites in the Roadster landmark trial for TCAR. We participate in the VQI, in multiple modules including carotid, aortic and hemodialysis access. We have an extensive aortic surgery program including performance of elective and ruptured EVAR, FEVAR and TEVAR, as well as percutaneous and open visceral reconstruction. In addition to the tremendous exposure to vascular pathology, proctored by our vascular surgery faculty, fellows will also spend dedicated time in our interventional vascular suites working with the interventional radiology faculty. Research opportunities are through our active Clinical Research Department supporting both internally sponsored and industry sponsored trials.
Our faculty is composed of 8 fellowship trained vascular surgeons and 12 fellowship trained interventional radiologists, who are deeply committed to excellent patient outcomes, fellow education and training in a team-based multidisciplinary setting. The fellow will learn vital aspects of managing all aspects of vascular pathology. Upon completion of the program, the fellow will be able to demonstrate competency in all areas of vascular pathology including diagnostic and treatment modalities, patient care management and leadership of a multidisciplinary vascular program.
Please visit our website at https://www.slhn.org/gme/fellowships/vascular-fellowship
If you have any questions, please contact Kim Agretto, C-TAGME via email at email@example.com.
UCSF Vascular Surgery Fellowship
Posted July 2020
The Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at UCSF is now accepting applicants for an ACGME-approved, vascular surgery fellowship position beginning August 1, 2021.
This fellowship is appropriate for individuals who have completed 5 years of general surgery residency and are interested in formal training in vascular and endovascular surgery. Fellows accepted in the program will be enrolled in a two-year, comprehensive vascular surgery training program at UCSF Medical Center and its affiliated institutions.
Applicants are required to have successfully completed an ACGME-approved five-year general surgery program by the start date of the program. They will be required to submit a CV, three letters of recommendation, and a personal statement by July 31, 2020. A video interview will also be required, and these will be conducted before October 1, 2020. Acceptance in the program will be determined by the selection committee, and applicants will be notified in writing.
Program Coordinator: Tienna Perez-Close (firstname.lastname@example.org).
UCF-HCA Vascular Surgery Fellowship Orlando VA
Posted June 2020
A new Vascular Surgery fellowship program, based at the Orlando VA Medical Center and Osceola Regional Medical Center, has received initial accreditation and is seeking immediate applicants to begin training in 2021.
The program is part of a UCF-HCA Healthcare consortium that is building residency programs across Central and North Central Florida. The consortium now has 28 accredited residency and fellowship programs, and vascular surgery is the third fellowship based in the greater Orlando area. UCF and HCA Healthcare together with the Orlando VA Healthcare System will be training more than 480 residents and fellows in greater Orlando, Gainesville and Ocala by July to help alleviate the state’s physician shortage.
Vascular Surgery is two-year fellowship program and applicants will need to have completed five years of surgery training in an approved residency program by July 1, 2021. Applications should be submitted through ERAS for both 2021 and 2022 start dates. The program will accept one fellow a year for a total of two accredited positions. The Orlando VA Medical Center is the primary site of fellow’s training and serves more than 118,000 veterans in Central Florida. This 134-bed facility is part of a 650-acre healthcare and life sciences complex in Lake Nona’s Medical City. The VA is located adjacent to the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. Orlando VA Medical Center has a state-of-the-art Hybrid operating room suite and IAC accredited Vascular Laboratory. Osceola Regional Medical Center, the secondary site, is a 404-bed full-service hospital just south of Orlando in one of Florida’s fastest-growing and diverse communities.
Program Contact: Anthony Santiago, email@example.com, 407- 414-0803
Application Deadline: Applications will be reviewed for decision Fall 2020