The Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at Bayonet Point is designed to provide the trainee with high quality instruction and experience in interventional cardiology. The volume is high in both cardiac and peripheral interventions. The program is 12 months in duration. Fellows may be accepted into the program only after successfully completing three years of general Internal Medicine training and three years of general Cardiology training.
The goals of the interventional cardiology Fellowship include: Identification of cardiology disease states that are amenable to catheter-based intervention; development of the medical knowledge and technical skill to perform appropriate catheter-based interventions and to provide appropriate pre- and post-procedure care. Clinical learning opportunities will be available on two campuses including Cardiovascular Services at Bayonet Point which is certified as an Accredited Chest Pain Center by the Society of Chest Pain Centers and is certified by the Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center.
The core curriculum is based on the recommendations of the American College of Cardiology COCATS training document. The program is designed to provide educational and experiential input from a broad range of specialty providers at Bayonet Point as well as affiliate institutions. At the successful completion of the program, the Fellow will have received adequate instruction and experience to qualify for Level 3 skills in interventional cardiology.
Keshav Ramireddy, MD
List of leadership and faculty
Keshav Ramireddy, MD, Program Director
Dr. Keshav Ramireddy, MD is a Interventional Cardiology Specialist in Hudson, FL. Dr. Ramireddy has more experience with Interventional Cardiology and Cardiac Care than other specialists in his area.
- Rami Akel, MD
- Gopel Chalavarya, MD
- Werner Jauch, MD
- Christos Pitarys, MD
- Peter Rossi, MD
- Dhiraj Warman, MD