Visiting Rotation Program
Arrangements can be made to accommodate formal rotations that expose medical and pediatric cardiology fellows to a broad range of experiences. Please contact Yvonne Jose, Administrative Manager, at (310) 825-2019 to check on availability of dates or you can email [email protected].
In addition, the following paperwork must be submitted prior to starting the rotation:
- A letter from the home institution Program Director to UCLA Program Director, stating the fellow is in good standing, the beginning/end dates of the rotation, the purpose of the rotation ( if applicable, specific goals of what the fellow is supposed to learn or experience the fellow is supposed to get), and that the home institution will pay salary, benefits, and liability insurance
- If coming from another California institution and PGY3 and above, must have a copy of CA medical license (same applies for other states).
- HIPAA certificate from UCLA. To access the UCLA HIPAA training module online please click here. You must create a Participant ID. The UCLA module must be completed by all visiting students regardless of training done at one's home institution
- Once we establish a date, we will send you the rotator excel sheet. Fill out the rotator tab only and email it back to us at [email protected].
- Please notify us if you will need parking. A one month permit is approximately $80 and must be paid by the visiting rotator
- Fill out the initial application and fax back to (310) 825-6346, along with your most current CV.
- Read and sign the UCLA Confidentiality Agreement and fax back to (310) 825-6346.
Please contact ACHDC at (310) 825-2019 for more information.
Fellowship Training Program
The Ahmanson/UCLA Adult Congenital Heart Disease Center invites applications for one position in a 2-year training program in Adult Congenital Heart Disease. The American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of Pediatrics, ACGME and others have approved Adult Congenital Heart Disease as a two-year fellowship with ABIM Board Certification.
Please note that we participate in ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) and the NRMP (National Resident Match Program). Each Year, the number of positions offered varies. To find out whether we are accepting applications this application cycle, please refer to FREIDA or ERAS, or contact Andrew Yuen, Clinical Manager, at (310) 267-6697.