NewYork-Presbyterian’s vascular surgery fellowship program at Weill Cornell Medicine and Columbia University allows fellows to train under some of the most expert and innovative surgeons in the New York City.
Our vascular and endovascular division is one of the highest volume programs in New York state. It provides comprehensive vascular disease care that includes traditional vascular procedures as well as state-of-the-art, innovative endovascular procedures.
Calling on cutting-edge therapies, our world-renowned physicians have been able to prevent strokes and amputations and have pioneered minimally invasive procedures for the treatment of vascular disorders.
We provide comprehensive care for all types of vascular diseases in patients of all ages and treat the full range of vascular disorders including diseases of the carotid, aortic, renal, mesenteric and lower extremity circulation. Fellows, therefore, will be exposed to a breadth of clinical conditions.
Our commitment to providing outstanding patient care is complemented by a dedication to the advancement of vascular disease treatment through research. As fellows, program participants will have the chance to conduct research alongside our expert faculty.
Rotations take place at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan and at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center, located across town in Washington Heights. Fellows spend an equal amount of time at each site.
The fellowship program accepts two fellows per academic year at the PGY-6 level.
To learn more about this fellowship program, contact us today or click here to view the program's flip book.