Program Mission and Aims

Mission Statement

The mission of our program is to develop highly competent and ethical practitioners and leaders in clinic and academic cardiology. We strive to promote excellence in education and patient care by providing outstanding clinical training in the setting of a rich academic environment.

Program Aims

The University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville cardiovascular disease fellowship program aims are to:

  • Provide internal medicine graduates with a comprehensive three-year curriculum to develop into compassionate general cardiologists with expertise in primary and secondary cardiovascular disease prevention and diagnosis and management of adult patients with a gamut of cardiovascular conditions.
  • Train cardiology fellows to develop the skills necessary to accurately diagnose and treat patients with chronic and acute coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, basic arrhythmias and cardiovascular hemodynamic alterations.
  • Provide fellows with tools and opportunities to collaborate across professional boundaries.
    • To have a strong impact on public health through community education.
    • To be advocates for prevention of cardiovascular events.
  • Graduate general cardiologists who are prepared to join the ranks of clinicians, clinician - scholars, academicians and physician scientists in a variety of settings.
  • Graduate general cardiologists who successfully incorporate scholarly activity into their evidence-based practice by promoting a collegial mentorship that lasts well beyond fellowship training.

News & Announcements

Upcoming Events

Jan 29

Hep A and E

From 7:00 AM until 8:00 AM

Jan 29

Sickle Cell Update

From 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM

Feb 12