Three positions are available each year. One slot may be dedicated to a DIRECT pathway resident.
Our program participates in the National Resident Match. We only accept applications via ERAS.
Selected candidates will be invited for tours and interviews with faculty. Interviews typically begin at 7:30 a.m. and conclude by 2:00 p.m. MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is easily accessed by public transportation from Union Station or Ronald Reagan National Airport.
A candidate for the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Vascular and Interventional Radiology Fellowship Program must show:
- Completion of an accredited radiology residency program in the United States
- Board eligibility or certification by the American Board of Radiology
- Foreign graduates need to have completed a radiology residency and are required to hold an ECFMG certification (Steps 1, 2 and 3, and language test); MedStar Georgetown University Hospital sponsors J1 visas only
How many cases do fellows complete?
Most fellows finish training having completed well over 1000 cases.
What is the call schedule?
At MedStar Georgetown, call is divided into Weekday (Monday - Thursday) or Weekend (Friday - Sunday) call. Fellows average one weekday and one weekend call every fourth week. Fellows also take one week of call per month at MedStar Washington Hospital Center. No call is taken during the vascular/outpatient IR rotation.
Is there in-house call?
There is no in-house call in any of the rotations.
How much vacation time is allotted?
Each fellow receives 15 vacation days.
Do fellows receive an academic stipend?
A stipend of $1000 is available for each fellow.
Is moonlighting permitted?
Moonlighting is allowed with prior written approval by the fellowship program director.
Does the program provide lead?