Cardiology Fellowship Program
The Cardiology Fellowship Program at Magnolia Regional Health Center offers a structured three year program of training designed to prepare highly qualified candidates for careers in clinical and investigative cardiology. We are accredited through the American Osteopathic Association through 2020 and have Pre-Accreditation status with the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
This intensive experience, under close supervision of full-time staff, is provided in all major clinical and laboratory aspects of cardiology.
During training all fellows rotate through the cardiac catheterization laboratory, echocardiography, electrophysiology, graphics (ECG, stress testing, ambulatory monitoring, pacemaker analysis), and nuclear cardiology laboratories.
From the beginning of training one half day per week is spent working under careful supervision in the Outpatient Cardiology Practice and is expected to participate in one or more areas of ongoing research.
Academically & Clinically Structured Program
- Journal Club
- Multidisciplinary Grand Rounds
- Mayo Board Review
- Grand Rounds
- Morbidity and Mortality
- Morning Report
- Case Presentation
- Community Volunteer Opportunities
- Fellow lecture
- Research opportunities
- Ambulatory care clinic experience weekly
- Competitive annually increasing salary
- Health & Life Insurance
- 20 PTO Days & Educational Days annually
- Long Term Disability
- Lab Coat Annually
- MRHC Stipend / Loan Repayment Program
- Complimentary Meals
- ACOI Conference Attendance
- Library Resources
- Mobile & Electronic Devices
- Research Opportunities
Two Positions Per Year
The fellowship program offers 2 positions per year and is a comprehensive program that fulfills fellowship requirements of specialty boards of certification.
Those training in invasive cardiology require the fourth separately accredited year in Interventional Cardiology to become fully proficient in angioplasty and other interventional techniques and/or certification
Magnolia Regional Health Center participates and accepts applications through the ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) along with an MRHC application. Two positions are offered at Magnolia Regional Health Center per academic. A separate required application may be downloaded from our website: Download our Cardiology Fellowship Application along with the required information of :
Letters of Recommendation – At least three (3) letters of recommendation that attest to your personal qualifications and to your scholastic and clinical ability.
Transcripts/Diploma – A copy of your most recent medical school transcript should be included in your application.
February Cardiology Fellow Spotlight
Dr. Ling Twohig received his medical degree from Touro University, California College of Osteopathic Medicine, Vallejo, California. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Colton, California and a Traditional Rotating Internship at Long Beach Medical Center, Long Beach, New York. He graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science. He is a current member of the American College of Cardiology, American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, American Osteopathic Association, and American College of Osteopathic Internists.
In his spare time, Ling enjoys martial arts, meditation, movies, reading, exploring, and traveling. Upon completion of Cardiology Fellowship at MRHC, he plans to begin an Interventional Cardiology Fellowship at Regional Medical Center – Bayonet Point, Florida.
To arrange a site visit or assist with any questions you may have:
Office of Graduate Medical Education
Division of Cardiology
Magnolia Regional Health Center
611 Alcorn Drive
Corinth, Ms. 38834
Office (662) 293-1143
Fax (662) 293-4347