Train at Long Island’s Most Awarded Heart Program
St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® in Roslyn, NY, is accepting applications for four positions for a one-year paid advanced cardiovascular imaging fellowship.
We are the largest Division of Cardiovascular Imaging in the nation, with one of the highest volume and highest quality programs in the world. All cardiovascular imaging modalities are housed under the Department of Cardiology in the only dedicated heart hospital in New York State.
Candidates who will have completed a cardiology fellowship by June 30 are preferred.
- Cover letter outlining career goals
- Three letters of recommendation
Welcome to Our Program
"Welcome to one of the most unique and innovative Cardiovascular Imaging programs in the world. With 18 full-time Cardiologists devoted solely to Cardiovascular Imaging, this program is the largest of its kind in the country and perfect for trainees to experience a streamlined educational experience with world-class faculty devoted to the field. Please reach out to us with any questions on the program and hope we are in touch soon!"
-Omar Khalique, MD, FACC, FSCCT, FSCMR, FASE, FSCAI, Program Director
Program Director: Omar Khalique, MD, FACC, FSCCT, FSCMR, FASE, FSCAI
Associate Program Director: Roosha Parikh, MD, FACC, FSCCT, FSCMR, FASE, FASNC
Frequently Asked Questions
The one-year fellowship provides level III training in cardiac CT and MRI. Services include nationally renowned interventional, electrophysiology, heart failure and structural heart programs that support our cardiovascular imaging services.
Between 6 to 10 CMR, 25-30 cardiac CTAs (50% coronary CTA, 30% structural, 20% EP and others) as well as 10-15 coronary calcium scores are performed daily. Our volume continues to grow. Nearly 12,000 studies per year allow for achievement of level III cardiac CT and level III cardiac MRI qualifications. Trainees will gain hands- on experience in scanning and post-processing using cutting edge software for image analysis.
Cardiac CT is performed on state-of-the-art scanners including the first and only dedicated cardiovascular Siemens Naeotom Alpha photon counting CT scanner in the country. We perform the full breadth of CT studies, including coronary, structural (a large number of clinical and research TAVR, TMVR, tricuspid interventions and left atrial appendage occluder planning) and EP imaging with routine use of CT-FFR and plaque characterization technologies.
Cardiac MRI is performed on state-of-the-art 1.5T and 3.0T scanners with routine use of advanced sequences including parametric mapping, compressed sensing, 4D flow and works-in-progress research sequences. In addition to standard CMR, we perform pharmacologic stress imaging, adult congenital heart disease, arrhythmia imaging, vascular studies as well as CMR in patients with pacemakers/defibrillators.
There are 18 full-time dedicated imaging cardiologists board certified in multiple modalities, supported by a staff of dedicated cardiac CT and MRI technologists and nurses, imaging analysts, MRI/imaging physicists and biostatisticians.
Dedicated multi-modality imaging didactic lectures as well as cardiovascular grands rounds will be provided. Multi-disciplinary heart valve team discussions occur on a regular basis. Research is encouraged and supported with adequate physician mentors, research analysts and biostatisticians.
St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® is located in Roslyn, NY, which is 30 minutes from New York City.
Benefits are subject to change. Additional details are available upon request.
- Medical and prescription drug coverage
- Dental coverage
- Vision coverage
- Basic employee life insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Supplemental group life insurance
- Dependent life insurance
- Supplemental short term disability
- Long term disability
- Flexible spending accounts
- Critical illness insurance
- Accident insurance
- Hospital indemnity insurance
- Identity theft protection
- Legal plan
- New York State 529 college savings plan
- Pension plan
- 403(b) retirement plan
- Tuition assistance
I am glad that I chose to train at St. Francis. The training with the people and volumes it had was the biggest difference in taking me from a course certified imager to a competent, comfortable, board certified advanced cardiac imager.Sourabh Prabhakar, MD, past Cardiovascular Imaging Fellow
I started my imaging fellowship after practicing general cardiology for a few years, and the entire staff including faculty, technologists, nurses, medical assistants and researchers helped me feel welcome and part of the team from day one.Ravi Marfatia, MD, past Cardiovascular Imaging Fellow