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Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship
Message from the Program Director
Welcome to the Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship at Oklahoma State University Medical Center (OSUMC).
The Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship is a one-year program and accepts one highly-qualified physician per year. This program is for fellows who have successfully completed a Cardiovascular Medicine fellowship program.
Fellows will develop and demonstrate competence in clinical knowledge, procedural skills, clinical judgement, professionalism and interpersonal skills. Our fellows receive supervised one-on-one training as well as clinical independence and confidence for entry into their own practice upon graduation.
Clinical training takes place at Oklahoma State University Medical Center and Saint Francis Hospital. Didactics include weekly catheterization conferences, book club, journal club, and monthly morbidity and mortality meetings. Cardiology fellows will have research coordinated through OSU Center for Health Sciences and responsibilities in an outpatient continuity clinic.
Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have regarding the fellowship or the application process.
Sharolyn Cook, D.O.
Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program Director
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service by October 1, 2018. Program applications are accepted beginning July 15, 2018.
For questions regarding the fellowship program, contact:
Kari Callahan, Program Coordinator
- Steve Dixon, D.O.
- John Evans, D.O.
- Sharolyn Cook, D.O., Program Director
- Daniel E. Wildes Jr., D.O., FACOI, FACC
- Steve Kim, D.O.
- D. Matt Wilkett, D.O.
Affiliated Faculty from Saint Francis Health System