The Division of Pediatric Cardiology at OHSU, directed by Dr. Laurie Armsby, includes thirteen physicians, two nurse practitioners, four fellows, nurses, technicians and administrative staff. Expertise in the subspecialties of Interventional Cath, EP, Echo, MRI, Heart Failure, Pulmonary Hypertension, Dyslipidemia, Heart Transplant and Adult Congenital Heart Disease are represented in our faculty. We provide the highest quality care to children with heart disease referred to our center from throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Dr. Irving Shen together with Dr. Ashok Muralidaran and Richard Reed perform all state-of-the-art pediatric cardiac surgical procedures with the exception of heart transplantation. The surgical team are actively involved in all aspects of peri-operative care and fellow education.
The Pediatric ICU, wards, OR, echo lab and clinic are located in Doernbecher Children's Hospital, a free-standing academic Children's Hospital providing the widest range of health care services for children in the region. Doernbecher connects via bridge to OHSU Hospital where the ED, NICU, Cath Lab, Cardiac MRI and Adult services are located.
The Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program is a three-year ACGME-accredited training program.We have already matched for our 2015 position. We will be recruiting for the 2016 academic year in December of this year. Our program uses the ERAS application system (https://www.aamc.org/students/medstudents/eras/) and the NRMP match program (http://www.nrmp.org/). Our program will begin downloading applications from ERAS on December 1, 2014. It is recommended that you have your application completed by that time. We will begin interview invitations in January. Interviews will take place between February and April 2015 for 1 position.OHSU will accept trainees who are not US citizens for Graduate Medical Education purposes. All non-US citizens must have a Visa which allows for patient care, most commonly an H1B or a J-1 Clinical Visa.
Required application documents (submitted through ERAS) include:
- Completion of the on-line Eras application (including personal statement, curriculum vitae, hobbies, USMLE scores, etc.)
- Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE) from the Dean of your medical school
- Medical School Transcript
- A letter of verification from the Program Director(s) of prior residency training, including dates, location and verification of completion
- Verification of any previous staff positions
- Two letters of reference from faculty at your current training program or professional colleagues if not in training (including the Evaluation Form)
Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship Program Coordinator
Division of Pediatric Cardiology
Oregon Health & Science University