Welcome From the Director
Thank you for your interest in the Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program at University of Utah Health. The University of Utah is the state's flagship research university and the major referral medical center for the Mountain West. We offer a fully-accredited, two-year training program, which begins on August 1, of each academic year, with one fellow starting each year. We welcome your application to become part of our program. If selected to join our team as a fellow, we are confident that you will enjoy a dynamic and richly rewarding experience.
About Our Program
The Division of Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program consists of faculty members at the University of Utah and Intermountain Healthcare (IHC). We have eight advanced practice clinicians at the University of Utah and six at IHC. Fellows rotate their training between the University and IHC. First year fellows will spend eight months during their first year at the University and four months during their second year. Call duties are shared by the two fellows. Night call is taken from home.
About University of Utah Hospital: University of Utah Health is the Mountain West's only academic health care system, combining excellence in patient care, the latest in medical research, and teaching to provide leading-edge medicine in a caring and personal setting. The system provides care for Utahns and residents of five surrounding states in a referral area encompassing more than 10 percent of the continental United States. University Hospitals and Clinics relies on more than 1,400 board-certified physicians and more than 5,000 health care professionals who staff five hospitals including a Level 1 trauma center.
About Intermountain Healthcare: Intermountain Healthcare is an integrated, not-for-profit health system with over 40,000 caregivers within various clinics, medical groups, affilitate networks, hospitals, homecare and telehealth services. IHC serves the healthcare needs of people across the Intermountain West including Utah, southern Idaho and southern Nevada.
Fellow Case Log
Our fellows do more open aortic and open mesenteric cases than the national average
|Total Aneurysm Repair||72||92||136|
|Total Periph Obstructive||230||181||274|
|Total Abdmonial Obstructive||14||12||55|
|Total Upper Extremity||43||12||23|
|Total Thrombolysis/Mechanical Thrombectomy||22||21||44|
|Total Miscellaneous Endovascular Therapeutic||9||13||32|
|Total Endovascular Diagnostic||327||290||391|
|Total Miscellaneous Vascular||44||10||14|
|Total Vascular Access||54||59||205|
|Total Tracked Codes||1079||829||1382|
|Total Non-Tracked Codes||116||30||77|
|Grand Total (Codes)||1195||859||1459|
|Total Vascular Labs Read||1211||936||776|