The Congenital Cardiology Today (CCT) Program Directory Can Be Used to Locate and Contact Colleagues, Make Referrals, etc. The Directory is Available on the CCT Website. It is Easy to Use and Guaranteed to Save Every Cardiologist Who Uses It Invaluable Time.
SARASOTA, Fla., Dec. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Congenital Cardiology Today has published and posted our Program Directory of Congenital and Pediatric Cardiology Care Providers in North America for more than a decade. The Directory provides current data and is published annually in August as well as updated electronically throughout the year.
We provide the Directory to our readers free of charge on our website, http://www.congenitalcardiologytoday.com/program-directory.
The CCT Program Directory lists over 130 programs, including virtually all the major programs in the United States and Canada. For each program, the Directory provides: the address, phone number and fax of each program; the program director's name and contact information; names of staff and affiliated pediatric cardiologists and congenital heart surgeons; as well as information about available training programs. If there is a pediatric/congenital cardiology ACGME fellowship program, the fellowship program director's name and contact information is also provided. Program listings in the United States are organized according to the city and state where they are located. Canadian programs are listed alphabetically by province.
The Directory is a useful tool for making patient referrals, locating and contacting colleagues, identifying training programs for young physicians, and more. If you know about it already, you probably use the Program Directory daily. Over the years, many of our CCT readers have let us know that the CCT Directory is a tool they frequently use and very much appreciate!
To read and download the current Program Directory, please visit our website, [http://www.congenitalcardiologytoday.com/program-directory.
Kate Baldwin, Congenital Cardiology Today, 301-706-2754, [email protected]
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