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EP Fellowship Program

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St. Michael’s Hospital is an academic teaching hospital within the Unity Health Toronto network and is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto.  Upon successful completion of a fellowship in Adult Cardiac Electrophysiology, all fellows will receive a completion certificate from the University of Toronto.  Fellows will also have the option to apply for the Royal College of Cardiology Area of Focused Competence (AFC) Diploma in Cardiac Electrophysiology.  More information about the AFC Diploma can be found on the Royal College Website.

We have a two-year comprehensive EP Fellowship.  There are three main areas within the fellowship program – Cardiac Implantable Electronic Device (CIED) implantation; Electrophysiologic Studies and Catheter Ablation; Inpatient/Outpatient consultation and care including CIED follow-up.  Generally, during the fellowship, you will be rotating between these three areas.  During the fellowship you will also be expected to participate in weekly academic and clinical rounds.

All procedures and clinic duties that are performed by fellows will be supervised by a staff cardiac electrophysiologist.   Typically procedures and clinical work are shared by 2-3 fellows and include catheter ablation, device implantation, inpatient consultation, outpatient clinics, and outpatient device interrogation.

For more information, please contact Dr. Paul Angaran,

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Last updated April 25, 2022