Read a welcome message from Gregory Muehlebach, MD, FACS, chair of our department.About Our Department
The University of Kansas Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery fellowship program accepts one resident per year to our three-year ACGME-approved program that leads to board eligibility. This progressive, high-volume training curriculum provides intensive exposure to all facets of cardiothoracic surgery, including robotic mitral valve repair and hybrid cardiac revascularization, heart failure and ECMO, catheter-based skills including TEVAR and percutaneous aortic and pulmonary valve replacement within our state-of-the-art hybrid room, VATS and robotic lobectomy, and minimally invasive esophagectomy procedures. The aforementioned services, in conjunction with physician extenders allow the program to deliver world-class patient care without sacrificing the human needs of trainees or patients.
University of Kansas Medical Center
Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66160