Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship

Cardiovascular Training Program

The Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship at Houston Methodist Hospital is a three-year Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-approved comprehensive cardiovascular training program (ACGME ID: 1414813292) organized under the directorship of Stephen Little, MD. The fellowship is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a career in cardiology. The program adheres to the tenets outlined in the ACGME training requirements, American College of Cardiology (ACC) Core Cardiology Training Symposium (COCATS) guidelines document and the American Heart Association (AHA) statement on clinical competency in cardiovascular disease.

We would like to invite you to learn more about our fellowship program , read about our program director and review eligibility and application requirements. Below is additional information on our innovative department and visit Our Team to learn more about our distinguished faculty.



Cardiovascular Department

Houston Methodist is world-renowned in cardiovascular care and research and has been recognized for our contributions and advances in the practice of cardiology. We have made significant contributions to changing the way cardiology is practiced. The Department of Cardiology, chaired by William A. Zoghbi, MD, FASE, FAHA, MACC, is at the forefront of cardiac research and is made up of prominent physicians who are internationally recognized for their contributions to patient care, research and educationally-led cardiac services.

The department's cardiologists have enormous expertise in every aspect of cardiac care ranging from angiography, echocardiography and heart transplantation to advanced clinical research for cardiac rehabilitation, heart failure and preventive cardiology. Leaders in the research and development of new treatments and drug therapies that help improve the quality of life of patients, faculty members are authorities in the various subspecialties that comprise the field of cardiology, including noninvasive, invasive, diagnostic and therapeutic means of responding to heart problems.

If you have a strong background in medicine and would like to begin a comprehensive cardiovascular training program, we would like to invite you to apply to our cardiovascular fellowship training program. We believe the completion of this program will provide you with the training you need to pursue your goal in clinical, academic or investigative cardiology successfully.

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Program Contact

Cardiology Education Office
6550 Fannin St, Smith Tower 18-209
Houston, TX 77030
Tel. 346.238.5039