University of Nebraska Medical Center

Adult Congenital Hearth Disease Fellowship

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The UNMC Division of Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) fellowship program in Omaha is committed to developing cardiologists who are prepared to become outstanding, board-certified, academic, Division of Internal Medicine/Pediatrics ACHD providers. We offer an exceptional training experience built on the guiding principal of providing personalized care for the patient. 

Our program consists of direct interaction with committed educators, a broad clinical experience, exceptional research opportunities and effective mentoring. As a fellow, you will receive well-rounded, practical and comprehensive training.

Questions or comments about the ACHD fellowship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center/Children’s Nebraska may be directed to Anji Yetman, MD, or Kristi Graybill.

Leaders and Faculty

Professor, Division of Cardiology
Program Director, Adult Congenital Heart Disease Fellowship
Medical Director, Marfan & Thoracic Aorta Disease Program

Dr. Angela Yetman

Associate Professor, Division of Cardiology

Jonathan W. Cramer, MD

Assistant Professor, Division of Cardiology

Vincent J. Gonzalez, MD

Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine and Co-Physician Executive of Heart and Vascular Services, Nebraska Medicine
Vice Chair for Specialty Clinical Care, Department of Internal Medicine
Section Chief of Electrophysiology, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Associate Professor, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine

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A welcoming, supportive program in the Midwest

Contact Information

Fellowship Program Director
Anji Yetman, MD

Fellowship Program Coordinator
Kristi Graybill, C-TAGME

Children's Nebraska
Attention: Kristi Graybill, C-TAGME
Cardiology Department
8200 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68114