Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship - Baylor St. Luke's

About Us

The ACGME-accredited Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship is sponsored by Baylor College of Medicine and based at the Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center.

The goal of this training program at St. Luke’s/Texas Heart Institute is to train excellent, scholarly, clinical cardiac electrophysiologists with a vast and diverse experience in clinical and interventional electrophysiology. We intend to train leaders in the field of CCEP who will function as practitioners, teachers and researchers.

This program accepts one to two trainees per year in CCEP, and provides a unique opportunity for training. The CCEP resident evaluates elective cases in the outpatient setting of and the Texas Heart Institute outpatient clinics. He/she also evaluates inpatient consults or admissions at St. Luke’s. The same fellow then performs the EP study under direct and constant supervision, discusses management and provides further care and management.

A special feature of this program is that the CCEP fellows has constant faculty supervision, guidance and training and is never placed in a position that requires him/her to perform duties beyond their level of training.

We accept two trainees, and there has been a 100 percent EP Board pass rate.

Please note that all positions have been filled for 2013 and 2014.