Fellowship Programs

Requirements & Application Process

The USF Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program admits six highly qualified physicians to its program each year.

Requirements

  • Must be a graduate from a North American Medical School that is LCME or AOA accredited or have full ECFMG certification. International medical graduates that are not US citizens must have successfully received a J-1 visa.
  • Must have a current certification in ACLS/BLS
  • We will accept a limited number of highly qualified J-1 and H1-B trainees. Consideration for visa sponsorship will be given to highly qualified applicants. Applicants must achieve a composite score of at least a 460 on parts 1 and 2 of the USMLE and a passing score on Step 2CS and 3 on the first attempt
  • Has an active state of Florida Board of Medicine unlicensed physician in training or a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in Florida
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation (1 must be from Program Director)

*All requirements must be filled by start date of July 1

View our USF GME policy - Appointment of Residents.

For more information on other GME policies & procedures, please visit the GME Policies & Procedures page.

Application Process

USF Cardiovascular Disease Training Program only accepts applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) Fellowship Application Site.

Registration with ERAS is required.

The deadline to submit applications for the upcoming academic year is the first week of August.

Our program is also committed to the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), also referred to as The Match. Applicants will be "matched" to our program using the certified rank order list of the applicants and program director.

Registration with NRMP is required.