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Northside Hospital


The fellowship in cardiology at Northside Hospital is designed to provide the learner with high quality instruction and experience in all aspects of cardiovascular disease. The program will be 36 months in duration. Fellows may be accepted into the program only after successfully completing three years of Internal Medicine Residency thereby becoming Board Eligible for Internal Medicine.


Fellows complete a 36 month training program. Working hours are generally 7:00am to 7:00pm, with rotating on-call schedules. Fellows receive a total of 20 days of paid time off which can be used for vacation, personal needs, and holidays.

Application Procedures

Fellowship candidates will submit their application through ERAS. Complete the application provided by the Department of Medical Education at Northside Hospital.For more information, please contact Medical Education Coordinator Jaymie West at or (727) 521-5057.

Benefits & Salaries


An additional $2000 stipend is given to PGY2 - PGY6 to be used for educational purposes, licensing fees, etc.

See our salary table below for more information.


Level Salaries Estimated Benefits Educational Stipend Vacation/Personal Leave Salary & Benefits Package
PGY1 $44,000 $10,000 ($1,000) 20 Days $55,000.00
PGY2 $45,500 $10,375 $2,000 20 Days $57,875.00
PGY3 $47,000 $10,750 $2,000 20 Days $59,750.00
PGY4 $48,500 $11,125 $2,000 20 Days $61,625.00
PGY5 $50,000 $11,500 $2,000 20 Days $63,500.00
PGY6 $51,000 $11,875 $2,000 20 Days $64,875.00