Scott Maffett, MD
- Program Director
Welcome to the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Programs. These programs include our ACGME-accredited 3-year Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship program and advanced training programs (Interventional Cardiology, Electrophysiology, Advanced Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplant, Adult Congenital Heart Disease, and Advance Cardiovascular Diagnostic Imaging). Across these programs, we have over 30 fellows experiencing state-of-the-art clinical and research training and learning from leading experts in the field.
We strive to train a diverse and inclusive group of physicians in the field of cardiovascular medicine to develop skills necessary to become a skilled, clinical cardiologist and hone research independence required to be a successful academic cardiologist. Our fellows spend most of their time in the Ross Heart Hospital, a unique 150-bed freestanding heart hospital connected to the rest of the university hospital. Each fellow tailors their individual training program to meet the needs of their own career goals and aspirations. Through tremendous patient, imaging, and procedural volume with diverse pathology, our fellows practice at their highest level of training and ability with appropriate faculty supervision. Additionally, each incoming fellow is paired with a faculty mentor that serves as a guide for career development, research, or finding additional mentors. All fellows engage in a weekly continuity clinic either with their own patient panel or in partnership with a faculty mentor.
We are confident that whether pursuing advanced training, NIH T32 research funding, or refining a general cardiology skillset, our program has the resources and mentors to fit your needs. Should you have any questions about our program, please do not hesitate to contact one of our program directors or chief fellows.
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