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Teresa Daniele, MD

Teresa Daniele, MD

Program Director


Established in 2007, our three year ACGME-accredited Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship is a program within the Department of Internal Medicine.

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Rotations

Going over the daily schedule

 

A typical fellow’s schedule will consist of variety of core and elective rotations in the following categories.

  1. CRMR Location:
    3 Blocks- Non-Invasive
    2 Blocks- CCU/Consultative Service
    2 Blocks- Cardiac Cath
    1 Blocks- Electrophysiology
  2. VA Location:
    3 Blocks- Consultative Service
    2 Blocks- Non Invasive
  1. CRMC Location:
    3 Blocks- Non-Invasive
    3 Blocks- Research/ Elective
    2 Blocks- CCU/Consultative Service
    2 Blocks- Cardiac Cath
  2. VA Location:
    1 Block- Consultative Service
    1 Block- Non-Invasive
    1 Block- Nuclear Cardiology
  1. CRMC Location:
    3 Blocks- Research/Elective
    2 Blocks- Senior Non-Invasive
    1 Block- Electrophysiology
  2. VA Location:
    1 Block- Non-Invasive
    1 Block- Nuclear Cardiology
  3. Fresno Heart Hospital Location:
    1 Block- CT Surgery
    1 Block- Vascular
  4. UCSF Main Campus (San Francisco) Location:
    1 Block- Heart Failure/Transplant
  5. Children’s Hospital Central California Location:
    1 Block- Congenital Heart Disease
  6. 1 Extra Block to choose from:
    VA Consultative Service
    VA Non-Invasive
    CRMC CCU/Consultative Service

ON CALL

The UCSF Fresno Cardiology division provides ER coverage for Community Regional Medical 3 days per week. All calls will be in house for the first year fellow while home call for the second year fellows. When on call, fellow is expected to manage patients with acute coronary syndromes at the VACCHCS.

First Year: 5-6 in-house calls per month
Second Year: 3-4 in-house calls per month
Third Year: No in-house calls

Number of days off per 4 weeks: 4 or more, 3 weeks of vacation and 1 week of educational leave.