UC Davis / Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Interventional Radiology Fellowship Program
Program Director at Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento: Farhad Farzanegan, M.D.
Number of Fellowship Positions: 2 per year
Duration of Fellowship: 1 year—with the possibility of an additional year as a Clinical Instructor
- UC Davis Interventional Radiology - 6 months.
- Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Interventional Radiology - 6 months.
The program offers opportunity for experience in all aspects of vascular and non-vascular interventions, interventional oncology, as well as neuro-radiological interventions and experience in the vascular center clinic.
20 vacation days per year
4 educational days per year (elective with Director's approval)
12 sick days per year
Competitive salary and benefits
MISSION STATEMENT: Produce outstanding interventional radiologists with procedural and clinical competence to the highest level.
The Interventional Radiology Fellowship Program is designed around a one-year curriculum with the option of extending for a second year where the fellow focuses on research and acts as junior faculty on clinical rotations. There are two first-year interventional fellows who share two services, one fellow on-call and the other fellow being the daytime service fellow.
The on-call fellow schedules, evaluates and follows all patients requiring consultation and procedures from the service. The time service fellow performs daily procedures and organizes the daily schedule. The on-call fellow frequently helps during the day performing procedures, as well. The fellowship is ACGME accredited for one year and can be followed by a second year, by arrangement.
The fellows will be responsible for participating in all conferences, including those specific conferences related to the radiology interventional section, as well as vascular surgery and surgery rounds.
Completion of four-year residency in the United States or Canada.
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How to apply
All applications must be submitted via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). An application for a position should be submitted no later than December 31 for fellowship training to begin July 1 following assumed completion / expected completion of Diagnostic Radiology Residency (example: for fellowship beginning July 1, 2017 applications must be submitted by December 31, 2015). Personal interviews are granted by invitation only. Interviews are scheduled for December and January, after the application is complete and prior to the final selection process. For further information about the UC Davis Interventional Radiology Fellowship Program please contact our house staff coordinator, Seema Prasad, by phone at 916-703-2273 or by e-mail at email@example.com
If you have questions or would like to submit your application materials, please contact:
UC Davis Health System
Department of Radiology
4860 Y Street Suite 3100
Sacramento, CA 95817