Olive View-UCLA Medical Center is a 377 bed academic county hospital located in the San Fernando Valley, approximately 25 miles north of the UCLA campus. The hospital provides care to a large, international patient population with otherwise limited access to healthcare and preventive services. Olive View is an internationally recognized Chagas Disease Center of Excellence, where fellows care for a large Chagas Cardiomyopathy patient population, as well as patients with end-stage complications of cardiac pathologies, including valvular complications of rheumatic heart disease, undiagnosed adult congenital cardiac issues, and management of acute and chronic coronary atherosclerotic pathologies. At Olive View-UCLA Medical Center, fellows rotate through the cardiology consult service, non-invasive lab, cardiac catheterization lab, and cardiac electrophysiology service. At Olive View, cardiology faculty take pride in providing high quality care and advocacy to this young, culturally diverse, and underserved patient population. This site allows our fellows to diagnose and manage end stage complications of a wide range of cardiac diseases, provide longitudinal preventive care, and working alongside a tight-knit and dedicated staff, learn to advocate for their patients and practice cost-effective medicine in a county hospital system.