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Vascular and Interventional Radiology

Why UT Southwestern

Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), our one-year Vascular and Interventional Radiology Fellowship provides a range of diagnostic and therapeutic vascular and nonvascular experience while allowing participation in a variety of cases, both as primary operator and as instructor and supervisor to residents performing cases. The program is based at Parkland Memorial Hospital and William P. Clements University Hospital, both located on the UT Southwestern Medical Center Campus.

Mission

The mission of the Vascular and Interventional Radiology Fellowship program is to prepare and inspire the next generation of clinicians, researchers, educators, and leaders in radiology, interventional radiology and medicine, and to instill in each trainee the highest ideals of patient advocacy, technical and clinical excellence, professionalism and integrity. We strive to graduate trainees who will treat diverse patient populations across the country in both academic institutions and private practice in keeping with the institutional mission.

Program Aims

  • Develop foundational skills for procedural excellence through graduated autonomy and individualized mentoring by highly engaged and diverse Interventional Radiology faculty
  • Develop foundational skills for longitudinal patient care excellence through fostering the ideals of empathy, compassion, communication and duty to patients
  • Develop the requisite knowledge base to practice state-of-the-art patient care through a comprehensive curriculum led by world-class faculty
  • Provide clinical training experiences in diverse healthcare settings, including underserved and high-complexity tertiary care populations in nationally recognized institutions
  • Educate providers of outstanding care who will enter diverse clinical practice settings such as academic medicine and private practice
  • Mentor the next generation of leaders in research, quality and education
  • Foster the development of leadership skills through mentoring and progressive autonomy
  • Instill core values of intellectual vibrancy, inspiration, innovation, iteration, integrity and impact which are foundational principles of the Radiology department
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