Director's Welcome

Director's Welcome

Welcome to the Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Integrated Residency and Independent Residency (Fellowship) Programs at Cleveland Clinic.

Cleveland Clinic’s Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute has one of the largest, most experienced cardiothoracic surgery teams in the world. As the #1 heart program in the country for the last 28 years, our department is comprised of world-renowned leaders in every facet of cardiothoracic and vascular surgery. We are uniquely poised to integrate surgical expertise, case volume, and research opportunities into a top-tier training program. Our goal is to provide an innovative training experience rooted in operative practice, teambuilding, leadership, and the academic development of our residents and fellows.

Thank you for your interest in our program and we welcome you to learn more about us.

Leadership Team

James Yun, MD
James J. Yun, MD, PhD
Program Director
Integrated (I-6) Cardiothoracic Surgery Residency
Independent Thoracic Surgery Residency

Siva Raja, MD, PhD
Siva Raja, MD, PhD
Associate Program Director
Independent Thoracic Surgery Residency (Fellowship)

Patrick Vargo, MD
Patrick Vargo, MD
Associate Program Director
Integrated (I-6) Cardiothoracic Surgery Residency

Marc Gillinoc | Cleveland Clinic
Marc Gillinov, MD
Chairman
Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

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Our Curriculum

Our Curriculum

Integrated Thoracic Surgery Residency Program

The integrated cardiothoracic surgery residency program is a comprehensive six-year program designed to train future leaders in both the clinical practice and academics of cardiovascular and thoracic surgery.

The first three years provide a foundation in surgery and the management of cardiovascular disease by integrating rotations in surgery, cardiology, and endovascular intervention. Pre-requisite surgical rotations are drawn from Cleveland Clinic main campus, as well as our regional hospitals, in order to optimize our residents’ operative experience.

The last three years are focused on adult cardiac, end stage heart/lung failure, congenital cardiac, and general thoracic surgery. Senior residents are expected to meet technical cardiothoracic milestones and assume fellowship-level responsibility in ICU management and patient care.

The final year of the curriculum allows for trainee chosen concentration in a specific field of cardiothoracic surgery, with an emphasis on independent operating and full intraoperative responsibilities.

Our residency program is firmly grounded in academics. Weekly small-group didactic sessions focus on clinical decision-making and practical skills. Our surgeons frequently organize “wet labs” to instruct trainees in surgical technique. Monthly journal clubs emphasize immerging research and implications to clinical practice.

Integrated Thoracic Surgery Residency Program Resident Rotation Schedule

Integrated Thoracic Surgery Residency Program 2022-2023 | Cleveland Clinic

Hospital Rotation Locations

Cleveland Clinic main campus serves as our program’s hub location. As one of the leading hospitals in the world and the leading hospital in cardiology & heart surgery for the past 28 years, the volume, complexity, and training experience are second to none.

Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest & Fairview Hospitals provide residents with a wide variety of operative cases in the community hospital setting.

Cleveland Clinic Akron General offers a robust experience of cardiothoracic cases and is geared towards developing fundamental technical skills.

MetroHealth serves as a regional Level 1 Trauma Center, which brings a high volume of trauma surgery and immersive surgical experience for residents.

Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center provides a wide breath of valuable cardiothoracic surgical experience and operative independence. This rotation allows for early leadership as chief of the thoracic surgery service.

Akron Children's Hospital provides a well-rounded congenital and pediatric cardiac surgery experience in a stand-alone children’s hospital.

Independent Thoracic Surgery Fellowship Program

The 2-year cardiothoracic surgery fellowship (General Thoracic track) is a comprehensive program designed to train future leaders in both the clinical practice and academics of cardiac and thoracic surgery. 

Fellows spend a total of 15 months on thoracic surgery and 9 months on cardiac surgery. The first 6 months are spent on the general thoracic service, where the fellow is exposed to all aspects of thoracic surgery (benign/malignant, lung, esophagus, trachea, foregut, open/MIE techniques, endoscopy). The fellow leads a team of 5-7 residents (general surgery, integrated cardiothoracic, elective) and creates the daily schedules (OR, clinic, consults).

The next 9 months are spent on the cardiac surgery service, where the fellow is placed with one surgeon at a time in an apprenticeship format. This partnership allows the fellow graduated autonomy both inside and outside of the operating room. Within this 9-month period, the fellow will spend one month on congenital cardiothoracic surgery at the main campus. The last 2-month block is variable depending on the fellow’s interests and needs (ex. transplant rotation).

The last 9 months are spent back on the general thoracic service. Again, the fellow assumes responsibility of the team and the day-to-day scheduling. Within this time, the fellow gains full autonomy in the OR. There is also flexible elective time (Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, interventional pulmonology, additional transplant, etc.) to be determined by the individual fellow.

Independent Thoracic Surgery Fellowship Program: Fellow Rotation Schedule (2022-2023)
Case Volume

Case Volume

Surgical Procedures 2020 2021
Cardiac Surgery Volume, N = 4723 5046
      Isolated CABG 714 831
      Combined Valve (No Aorta or TAVR) 934 890
      Aorta (CT only) 1031 1063
      Isolated Valve 1017 1048
      Percutaneous Valve 719 664
      Heart Transplant 70 60
      Other 238 490
 
Thoracic Surgery Volume, N = 2065 1916
      Airway 438 421
      Foregut 540 548
      Pulmonary 395 376
      Mediastinum/Chest Wall/Diaphram 306 220
      Pleura 202 234
      Lung Transplant 113 96
      Other 71 21
 
Aortic Surgery Volume (CT & Vascular), N = 1382 1441
      Open Ascending Aorta and Aortic Arch Repairs 772 818
      Open Descending Aorta and Thoracoabdominal Repairs 37 40
      Open Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repairs 115 139
      Endovascular Proximal Aorta Repairs 7 10
      Endovascular Descending Aorta and Thoracoabdominal Repairs 191 168
      Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repairs 134 134
      Hybrid Aortic Surgery: Open and Endovascular Procedures 126 132
Meet Our Residents

Meet Our Residents

Integrated Cardiothoracic Residents

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Nadia Bakir, MD | Integrated Cardiothoracic Residents

Nadia Bakir, MD
MD, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Hometown: Jacksonville, FL
Interests: Mitral Valve Surgery, Surgical Ablation, Adult Congenital Cardiac Surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at Cleveland Clinic?
The operative volume and case complexity are unparalleled, and there is an incredible emphasis on resident autonomy. In addition, the faculty and residents are uniquely invested in the residency program, which gives rise to a rich legacy and close camaraderie among our cohort.

Rohun Bhagat, MD | Integrated Cardiothoracic Residents

Rohun Bhagat, MD
MD, University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry
Hometown: Boulder, CO
Interests: Congenital Cardiac Surgery, Aortic Surgery, Heart Failure, Valvular Surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at Cleveland Clinic?
Early exposure to technical training prepares us for working on some of the rarest, most complex cardiovascular and thoracic pathologies alongside world-class surgeons who specialize in every facet of cardiothoracic surgery.

Emily Vianna, MD, MPH | Integrated Cardiothoracic Residents

Emily Vianna, MD, MPH
MD, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine
MPH, Case Western Reserve University
Hometown: Toledo, OH
Interests: Adult Cardiac, Aortic Surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at Cleveland Clinic?
The breadth, complexity, and volume of cases here are truly unmatched. At every stage of training, we have the opportunity to learn from and be mentored by master surgeons in every area of cardiothoracic surgery.

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William Frankel, MD

William Frankel, MD
MD, Baylor College of Medicine
Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Interests: Aortic Surgery, Aortic Valve Surgery, Adult Congenital Cardiac Surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
I enjoy the surgical volume and complexity, which allows for a wide exposure in the field. I also enjoy learning from leaders in the field who are both dedicated surgeons and mentors.I think the camaraderie between trainees and faculty at Cleveland Clinic is unmatched. Our team takes tremendous pride in providing world class care and our faculty lead by example in fostering a culture of excellence. It’s a really exciting place to train and the case volume, complexity, and curriculum flexibility position our graduates to be exceptional surgeons.

Haley Jenkins, MD

Haley Jenkins, MD
MD, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Hometown: Starkville, MS
Interests: Adult Cardiac, Mechanical Circulatory Support, Cardiac Transplantation
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
I most enjoy the breadth and volume of cardiac and thoracic surgery that Cleveland Clinic has to offer. Beyond that, the faculty and staff have a genuine interest in getting their trainees involved and helping them achieve their clinical and academic goals.

Benjamin Yang, MD

Benjamin Yang, MD
MD, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
Hometown: Cupertino, CA
Interests: Heart Failure, Cardiac Transplantation, Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, Medical Education
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
The people here and the complexity of the cases we see are bar none. All of our co-residents go above and beyond for one another — it’s an incredibly welcoming and supportive program. We also get to work with world class faculty who are excellent surgeons, mentors, and educators. The surgical volume and pathology here are unrivaled and will prepare you well for any sub-specialty you choose to pursue.

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Raphaelle Chemtob

Raphaelle Chemtob, MD
MD, University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Hometown: Copenhagen, Denmark
Interests: Adult cardiac
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
I enjoy the surgical volume and complexity, which allows for a wide exposure in the field. I also enjoy learning from leaders in the field who are both dedicated surgeons and mentors.

Brad Rosinski | Cleveland Clinic

Bradley Rosinski, MD
MD, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Hometown: Cedar, MI
Interests: Adult cardiac, aortic valve surgery, open and endovascular aortic surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
The best part about training at the Cleveland Clinic is the awesome group residents and the excellent staff.

Shawn Shah | Cleveland Clinic

Shawn Shah, MD MBA
MD, University of Virginia School of Medicine
MBA, University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business
Hometown: St. Petersburg, FL
Interests: Cardiac transplantation, valvular disease, congenital cardiac surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
Operative excellence is at the core of our curriculum, and this pursuit of perfection uniquely spans across multiple disciplines that reach far outside clinical medicine. Few other programs attack the goal of perfecting cardiac surgery with such a holistic approach.

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Nicholas Oh | Cleveland Clinic

Nicholas A. Oh, MD
MD, George Washington University School of Medicine
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
Interests: Congenital cardiac surgery, mitral valve surgery, cardiac imaging
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
What I enjoy most about my training is the exposure to a wide breadth of cardiovascular pathology that is unparalleled in the country and the operative experience that comes with managing such complex patients. The large surgical volume at CCF allows us to operate daily and hone our skills for future clinical practice.

Juan Pizano | Cleveland Clinic

Juan B. Umana-Pizano, MD
MD, Universidad de Los Andes (Bogota, Colombia)
Hometown: Bogota, Colombia
Interests: Aortic valve surgery, mitral valve surgery, adult congenital surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
The complexity of the cases that we manage at CCF allows for the best possible training.

James Witten | Cleveland Clinic

James Witten, MD
MD, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine
Hometown: Duxbury, MA
Interests: Valvular disease, endocarditis, aortic surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
I appreciate the close-knit nature of our program, and the opportunity to spend time with and learn from my coresidents. Cleveland Clinic is a giant enterprise, and the HVTI is at the center of it. The scale, resources, and experience afforded by the institute and staff are awesome, and I enjoy being a part of it. 

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Karolis Bauza | Cleveland Clinic

Karolis Bauza, BMBCh DPhil
BMBCh, University of Oxford (Oxford, England)
DPhil, University of Oxford (Oxford, Engand)
Hometown: Kretinga, Lithuania
Interests: Cardiothoracic transplantation, heart failure
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
The diversity and complexity of the cardiac and thoracic surgical cases that are undertaken at Cleveland Clinic on daily basis is truly breathtaking, thus as a cardiac surgery resident I am not only exposed to the minutiae, but also to the bread-and-butter cases of cardiac surgery. This coupled with an early operative autonomy ensures that I become the safe and skillful surgeon that my future patients deserve.

Frank Cikach | Cleveland Clinic

Frank Cikach Jr., MD
MD, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine
Hometown: Cleveland, OH
Interests: Aortic surgery, Minimally invasive surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
The camaraderie among the residents is one of the best things about our program. We all share our knowledge together and are invested in improving the quality of the care we provide. Also, the breadth of cases is incredible. You will see and operate on cases from the most simple to incredibly complex, and you'll see this breadth regularly.

Michael Javorski | Cleveland Clinic

Michael Javorski, MD MS
MD, Loyola Chicago Stritch School of Medicine
MS, Boston University
Hometown: La Grange, IL
Interests: Cardiac transplantation, Mechanical Circulatory Support devices
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
Aside from operating, I enjoy the culture at Cleveland Clinic the most. Every member of the team is dedicated to improving their self and their craft so that they can together be the best team.

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Viral Patel | Cleveland Clinic

Viral C. Patel, MD MHS
MD, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
MHS, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Hometown: Twinsburg, OH
Interests: Adult cardiac surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
I've enjoyed the abundance and variety of clinical exposure and experience provided at CCF. This experience is enhanced by a culture of camaraderie around growth and development.

Anthony Zaki | Cleveland Clinic

Anthony L. Zaki, MD
MD, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine
Hometown: Troy, MI
Interests: Aortic surgery, heart failure, adult congenital cardiac surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
CCF offers the full breadth of cardiac and thoracic surgery at high volume, learning from leaders in the field. By the time we graduate, we have established a comfort-level with the whole gamut of CT surgery, which places us in prime position to succeed as attending providers. Apart from this, CCF has an amazing culture of collaboration and innovation, which makes it an exciting and inspiring place to be.


Thoracic Fellows

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Andrew Tang, MD, MS | Thoracic Fellows 

Andrew Tang, MD, MS
MD, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine
MS, Case Western Reserve University
General Surgery: Cleveland Clinic Medical Center
Hometown: Plano, TX
Interests: Lung Cancer, Esophageal Cancer, Benign Esophageal Diseases, Lung Transplantation
What do you enjoy most about training at Cleveland Clinic?
The volume of complex cases really allows you to become comfortable in difficult situations.

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Rachel E. NeMoyer, MD, MPH

Rachel E. NeMoyer, MD, MPH
MD, University at Buffalo
MPH, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson
Hometown: Buffalo, NY
Interests: Benign and malignant lung and esophageal surgery
What do you enjoy most about training at CCF?
The volume and complexity is unmatched! The staff in and out of the OR are truly concerned with teaching and producing the best fellows possible and allow for an amazing learning environment.

Research

Research

A major emphasis of our program is to train future leaders in all disciplines of cardiovascular and thoracic surgery. The department is fully committed to the academic development of our residents, and strongly encourages involvement in research during clinical training. Residents will have opportunities to utilize the vast resources at Cleveland Clinic, including one of the largest cardiovascular information registries, spearheaded by Eugene Blackstone, MD. Current residents collaborate amongst themselves and with staff, promoting research spanning the entire spectrum of cardiothoracic surgery. Further enrichment opportunities are available in basic and translational research laboratories at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. Each resident is required to conduct a research study that is formally presented at the Annual Research Day.

For residents interested in dedicated academic enrichment, an optional one to three years can be scheduled to pursue advanced degrees (i.e. MS, MPH, MBA, PhD) or other academic pursuits. Note that while residents are welcome to pursue dedicated academic enrichment time, it is not a requirement for program completion.

Alumni

Alumni

Our mission is to provide top-notch surgical training to produce world-class cardiothoracic surgeons and leaders in our field. As the #1 heart program in the country, performing over 4,000 on-pump cases a year, we pride ourselves in the breadth of cardiothoracic pathology and volume that our residents and fellows experience. We have over 365 graduates of the Department of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery who practice in 40 states and 28 countries across the world.

Each year, alumni are invited to our June graduation weekend, a well-attended event that begins on a Thursday evening with a Visiting Professor lecture, followed by a reception. On Friday, our current residents present their year-long research projects to staff, the visiting professor, alumni and guests. A formal graduation ceremony and dinner is held Friday evening.

We strive to keep in touch with our alumni and value this continuing relationship. Throughout the year, alumni receive a number of mailings from the department, including an updated alumni directory, residents' abstract book from the June graduation event, periodic news of the department, and an annual calendar. The department calendar continues to be very popular among the alumni and highly requested by physicians outside of Cleveland Clinic.

Find more information about the Miller Family Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute Alumni

Recent I-6 Cardiothoracic Surgery Residency Alumni

2022

Bogdan Kindzelski, MD MS, Staff, Beaumont Health
Andrew Everett, MD, Advanced Cardiac Surgery and TAVR Fellowship, Cleveland Clinic

2021

Kevin Hodges, MD, Staff, Cleveland Clinic
Kyle Miletic, MD, Staff, Henry Ford Hospital

2020

Saad Hasan, MD, Staff, Christ Hospital Health Network
Dean Schraufnagel, MD, Staff, Cleveland Clinic

2019

Haytham Elgharably, MD, Staff, Cleveland Clinic
Patrick Vargo, MD, Staff, Cleveland Clinic

2018

Robert Steffen, MD, Staff, Minneapolis Heart Institute
Tamer Attia, MD, Staff, Emory University School of Medicine

Recent Independent Thoracic Surgery Fellowship Alumni

2022

Ramiro Fernandez, MD, Staff, Baylor College of Medicine

2021

Andrew Feczko, MD, Staff, Cleveland Clinic

2020

Abdulrhman S. Elnaggar, Staff, Penn State Health

Resident Life

Resident Life

The cardiothoracic training program at Cleveland Clinic encourages collaboration and teamwork both in and out of the operating room. Residents and fellows spend time outside Cleveland Clinic in department-organized journal clubs, recreational activities, and holiday events. Further, residents take advantage of the many things Cleveland has to offer. Cleveland is a mid-sized Midwestern city with the perks of big city living and world-class experiences, all at a low cost of living. The city is home to some of America’s best restaurants, including several James Beard Award winners and those of Iron Chef Michael Symon. The West Side Market is another culinary highlight with over 100 vendors. Learn more.

Residents are also part of the Cleveland Clinic House Staff Association (HSA). The HSA works to promote the well-being, education, and interests of Cleveland Clinic residents.

Resident Life Gallery

Acting Internships

Acting Internships

Students interested in our integrated cardiothoracic surgery residency program are strongly recommended to complete an acting internship at Cleveland Clinic.

Application Process for Acting Internships

Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery utilizes the AAMC Visiting Student Learning Opportunities (VSLO) system for acting internships.

Electives are listed under the institution “Cleveland Clinic Health System”. Electives offered by the Department of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery are:

  • Adult Cardiac Surgery Acting Internship.
  • Congenital Cardiac Surgery Acting Internship.
  • General Thoracic Surgery Acting Internship.

If you do not have access to VSLO through the AAMC, please contact Amanda Campbell at campbea7@ccf.org for instructions on how to apply to our program outside of VSLO (this is only for students who do not have access to VSLO through the AAMC).

Cost & Additional Information

You (the applicant) are responsible for paying the VSLO application fee ($15). If conditionally accepted on VSLO, Cleveland Clinic requires applicants to complete an official application on Cleveland Clinic’s website for verification and on-boarding purposes. At the time of conditional acceptance, the link to this application will be provided. Cleveland Clinic’s application fee ($200 domestic, $400 international) will be paid by the department and you will NOT be required to pay this ($200/$400) fee.

Positions will be offered on a rolling basis starting 60 days before the scheduled start of the elective period.

Rotation Date VSLO Application
Due Date
05/01/2023 - 05/26/2023 03/01/2023
06/05/2023 - 06/30/2023 04/01/2023
07/03/2023 - 07/28/2023 05/01/2023
07/31/2023 - 08/25/2023 05/31/2023
08/28/2023 - 09/22/2023 06/28/2023
09/25/2023 - 10/20/2023 07/25/2023
10/23/2023 - 11/17/2023 08/23/2023
11/20/2023 - 12/15/2023 09/20/2023
01/15/2024 - 02/09/2024 11/15/2023
02/12/2024 - 03/08/2024 12/12/2023
03/11/2024 - 04/05/2024 01/11/2024
04/08/2024 - 05/03/2024 02/08/2024
05/06/2024 - 05/31/2024 03/06/2024

Adult Cardiac Surgery Acting Internship

Cleveland Clinic is the nation’s premier cardiac surgery program and is ranked #1 since 1995 by US News & World Report. The Department of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery performs over 5,000 cardiac cases each year. The Adult Cardiac Surgery Acting Internship offers students an immersive experience in the life of a Cleveland Clinic Integrated Cardiothoracic Resident. Acting interns are paired with a member of the adult cardiac surgery faculty and work closely with our residents during this 4-week experience. Participants may optionally request a focused experience in robotic cardiac surgery, aortic surgery, or heart and lung transplantation. 

Acting interns should expect to participate in the operating room five days a week and contribute on daily rounds. Additional educational experiences include participation in overnight ICU call, structured education conferences, and journal clubs.

Supervising Faculty: Kevin Hodges, MD

Congenital Cardiac Surgery Acting Internship

Cleveland Clinic performs over 624 congenital cardiac cases (including over 300 pediatric congenital cardiac cases) and is currently ranked #6 on the Best Children’s Hospitals for Cardiology & Heart Surgery 2022 list by U.S. News & World Report.

As one of only 13 hospitals in the country to offer an ACGME accredited Congenital Cardiac Surgery Fellowship in 2022, Cleveland Clinic is one of the nation’s premier institutions to train in cardiothoracic surgery, especially for students interested in a career in congenital cardiac surgery. Cleveland Clinic has a partnership with a local children’s hospital, which offers our residents a unique opportunity to train at both a free-standing children’s hospital and an integrated health system.

The Congenital Cardiac Surgery Acting Internship offers students an immersive experience in the life of a Cleveland Clinic Integrated Cardiothoracic Resident. Acting interns are paired with a member of the congenital cardiac surgery faculty and work closely with our residents during this four week experience.

Acting interns should expect to participate in the operating room, clinic, and on daily rounds. Additional educational experiences include participation in structured multi-disciplinary education conferences and journal clubs.

Supervising Faculty: Tara Karamlou, MD, MSc

General Thoracic Surgery Acting Internship

With 2,000 general thoracic cases performed each year and consistent top 10 rankings in U.S. News and World Report, Cleveland Clinic is one of the nation’s premier thoracic surgery programs. The General Thoracic Surgery Acting Internship offers students an immersive experience in the life of a Cleveland Clinic Integrated Cardiothoracic Resident. Acting interns are paired with a member of the general thoracic surgery faculty and work closely with our residents during this four week experience.

Acting interns should expect to participate in the operating room, clinic, and on daily rounds based on the schedule of the team they are assigned to. Additional educational experiences include optional participation in overnight ICU call up to once per week, structured education conferences, and journal clubs.

Supervising Faculty: Alejandro Bribriesco, MD

Application Process

Application Process

The integrated program accepts three residents per year while the independent program accepts one fellow per year. We participate in the NRMP match. All applicants must apply through the ERAS website. All applicants must have completed a medical school degree.

Contact

For additional information, please contact:

Cleveland Clinic
Department of Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery
9500 Euclid Ave., Desk J4-1
Cleveland, OH 44195

Janelle Daher
Cardiothoracic Surgery Residency Program Coordinator
Email: daherj@ccf.org
Phone: 216.645.4775