The cardiothoracic radiology fellowship program is a 1 year training program. We offer a joint fellowship with the ACGME-accredited University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (UC). National Jewish Health consistently ranks as the top respiratory hospital in the country. UC is the main academic and teaching institution for the Rocky Mountain Region. This fellowship offers extraordinary opportunities for continued learning, research and clinical interactions, designed to develop broad-based expertise in all forms of non-invasive cardiothoracic imaging and image processing. The program is non-ACGME and does not participate in the National Resident Matching Program.
At National Jewish Health there is a diverse population of outpatients with respiratory and cardiac disease, while at UC there is a general population of patients requiring chest imaging studies, with particular emphasis on thoracic oncology, and cardiothoracic surgical issues. Upon completion of the program, fellows will be able to image all forms of chest and cardiovascular disease with appropriate tools and to answer clinical questions with confidence, a great degree of expertise and freedom.
Fellows in our program must be a U. S. citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, asylee, or possess the appropriate documentation to allow them to legally train at the University Of Colorado Denver School Of Medicine. In addition they must possess a full Colorado Medical License at the onset of their training.
Salary and benefits package are at the appropriate PGY level.