Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Intervention Fellowship
A two-year comprehensive program in Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Intervention is offered to those who have completed an approved General Surgery program. The first year includes a structured curriculum in vascular noninvasive technology, designed to provide a thorough understanding of the performance and interpretation of the commonly used noninvasive tests, and leading to completion of the new physician certification exam. During the two-year program, the trainee gains expertise in both open vascular surgical procedures and percutaneous vascular intervention. The program provides the trainee with concentrated clinical experience in all aspects of peripheral vascular surgery and endovascular intervention.
The vascular resident learns to manage a wide variety of vascular diseases under the tutelage of the faculty in the Division of Vascular Surgery, all of whom are ABS-certified surgeons. The program is based at Crozer-Chester Medical Center. A complete schedule of didactic sessions and clinical conferences supplements the patient care and research activities of the Vascular Surgery Service. One resident is accepted each year into the two-year program.
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