Our fellows benefit from a busy, state-of-the-art program and are exposed to a full spectrum of cardiovascular diseases. We encourage our fellows to think critically and function as an integral member of the cardiovascular team. In addition to a robust clinical program, Danbury Hospital Cardiovascular Fellows have dedicated research time and have many opportunities to present at local and national meetings as well as publish original research.
Norwalk Hospital’s Gastroenterology Fellowship is designed for physicians interested in a high-quality, clinically focused training program in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, delivered in a broad-based, academic setting. In fact, the combination of our expert staff, history of clinical excellence and Yale affiliation make our program a world-class educational and career opportunity, one exclusive to gastroenterology fellows at Norwalk Hospital.
Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery
The overall goal of the Fellowship is for the graduate to serve as an independent specialist and consultant in the surgical management using minimally invasive technique for benign gynecologic conditions surpassing competence expected at the end of a categorical residency. Graduates will provide top quality patient care and education, and be leaders and innovators in gynecologic minimally invasive surgery and in the treatment of advanced gynecologic disorders such as uterine fibroid, pelvic pain, endometriosis, pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence, and menopausal care. They will have a broad understanding of advanced gynecologic disorders, especially ones that often end in a surgical intervention. In addition, they will have gained extensive surgical and clinical expertise that focuses not only on laparoscopic surgery; but also on advanced abdominal and vaginal surgery. They will have gained an excellent understanding of research methodology and evidence based practice principles.
During the two-year Pulmonary Fellowship, fellows complete 16 months of clinical training. Fellows also rotate in their second year on the Yale-New Haven Hospital Consult Service and attend weekly continuity clinics in both a private office and clinical settings, except when on critical care rotations. Technical training in cardiac echo is performed at Norwalk Hospital. Norwalk Hospital also hosts an accredited Fellowship in Sleep Medicine, in which many Pulmonary fellows have trained following completion of their Pulmonary training at Norwalk and Critical Care training at Yale
Norwalk Hospital’s one-year Sleep Medicine Fellowship is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the ACGME. Under the directorship of Dr. Ian Weir, we offer fellows intensive training in sleep medicine for adults and children. Our comprehensive program consists of a one-year training period dedicated to clinical training to acquire the clinical skills to practice sleep medicine.