Interventional Cardiology Fellowship

Application Process

Candidates must have successfully completed an ACGME approved residency in Internal Medicine and a 3-year Cardiovascular Disease fellowship before applying for the 1-year Interventional Cardiology fellowship program. Interventional Cardiology did not choose to change their recruitment timelines as other Medical Specialty programs did so prospective fellows will input their application materials in ERAS beginning December 1. All applicants are required to use ERAS but IC fellowships do not use the NRMP matching system ERAS.

Vidant Medical Center will support J1 Visas.

Applicants can expect to receive an invitation to interview in January and early February. Those not selected to interview will be notified via ERAS email. Our program will complete the recruitment process by March 1. A letter of offer signed by the Program Director will be presented to the two candidates chosen by the faculty.

After investigating this website if you have further questions about our program and the interview process please direct your questions to:

Penny Potvin

Penny Potvin

Fellowship Program Coordinator
Email: echifellows@ecu.edu

Required documents for a complete ERAS packet:

  • MyERAS Application
  • Curriculum Vitae – including your publications and research
  • 3 CURRENT letters of Recommendation; one MUST be from your current Program Director (Letters cannot be more than 6 months old)
  • Personal Statement
  • MSPE (Dean's Letter)
  • USMLE transcript showing scores of Steps 1, 2k, 2s, 3
  • ECFMG certification if applicable
  • Photo (encouraged but not required)

Interventional Cardiology Fellowship

East Carolina Heart Institute

To refer a patient, call 252-744-4400, or request an appointment.

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