Our partner affiliations are with…

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Cedars Sinai Heart Online Education Center

Explore world class education and speakers through Video on Demand.
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British Cardiovascular Society

Founded in 1922, the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS) is a professional association of about 2,500 members involved in cardiac care, mainly physicians and surgeons delivering cardiovascular health across the UK.
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Fellows-in-Training

ACC membership is complimentary for those in an approved training program such as FITs, and comes with practical benefits.
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Cardiovascular Team

CVT's include Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Physican Assistants, Cardiovascular Technologists and Clinical Pharmacists.
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Foundation for Prevention

Find out about the officers and trustees of The Foundation for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke, whose mission is to improve cardiovascular health of all Californians through innovative education.
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Partnership & Links

Explore a wealth of resources from our partners.
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Adult Congenital Heart

The Adult Congenital Heart Program (ACHD) helps patients and referring MD's with contact information for ACHD programs. Explore our ACHD Clinic Directory offers comparative information on all self-identified ACHD clinics
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Women in Cardiology

Read profiles of some of your fellow Women in Cardiology and learn about our WIC Workgroup.
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Practice Managers

Stay informed of key issues impacting cardiovascular care for practice managers and how PM's can influence policy issues that have a direct impact on the delivery of care and the efficiency of the practice.

Our Partner Spotlight

CVT

Cardiovascular Team (CVT)

Nurtured by the College's team-based approach to cardiovascular care, the Cardiovascular Team (CVT) membership group has had exceptional growth, reaching over 4,200 members since their inception in 2003. The CVTs are comprised of professional types, including advanced practice nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, and cardiovascular technologists.
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Fellow in Training

Fellow in Training (FIT) or Early Career professional, you are the future of cardiology, and in today’s changing healthcare environment, you face new and exciting challenges.
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