The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (EP) Fellowship Program at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill is a is a 24-month training program (12 months ACGME accredited). Funding is available for two fellows at the PGY 7 level or greater.
The fellowship is a high volume, hands-on supervised training program in state-of-the-art facilities at UNC. Fellows are exposed to a broad spectrum of approaches and technologies in the treatment of cardiac rhythm disorders. As a major referral center for the southeast, fellows will be exposed to a high volume of complex procedures.
In addition to a busy clinical service, electrophysiology fellows will have ample opportunities to participate in research. Fellows will be expected to conduct at least one mentored research project, which should lead to a manuscript or research presentation by the end of their training.
- Training in Patient Care & Management
- Training in Consultative Electrophysiology
- Antiarrhythmic Drug Therapy
- Arrhythmia Recognition and Treatment
- Training in Ambulatory, Outpatient and Follow-up Care
- Arrhythmia Disorders
- Clinical Scenarios for Arrhythmia Treatment
- Determination of candidates for, including discussion of risks/benefits, for EP procedures
- Implantable device follow-up
- Invasive Electrophysiology Studies
- Endocardial and Epicardial Mapping
- Cardiac Pacing and Anti-tachycardia Devices
- Catheter Ablation
- Training in Cardiovascular Research
Weekly Case Conference (Mondays, 7:00am)
Weekly Case Curriculum (Fridays, 7:00am)
Weekly Journal Club (Wednesdays, 12:00pm)
Weekly EKG Conference (Tuesdays, 7:00am)
Biweekly Cardiology Grand Rounds (Mondays, 12:00pm)
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Amanda Borland by email at Amanda.Borland@unchealth.unc.edu.