Session 1: Acute Coronary Syndromes and Stroke

  • STEMI 1: How to Decrease Infarct Size: It's all about timing and pharmacology after primary PCI
  • STEMI 2: PCI of Culprit Lesion Alone vs. FFR Guided Complete Revascularization
  • Health Care System in Israel
  • Optimal Dual Anti Platelet Therapy in Different Scenarios
  • Acute Ischemic Stroke: Novel Therapies

Session 2: Chronic Coronary Disease and Pulmonary Hypertension

  • Complex Stable CAD: Optimal Medical Therapy, PCI, CABG
  • Non-invasive Assessment of Coronary Artery Disease
  • State-of-the-Art Management of Pulmonary Hypertension

Session 3: Rhythm Disorders and Cell Regeneration

  • Mitral Regurgitation: When to Treat and Currently Available Treatment Options
  • New Insights on the Pathogenesis of Tricuspid Regurgitation
  • Latest Clinical Data on Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
  • Novel Trans-Catheter Solutions for Mitral and Tricuspid Regurgitation

Session 4: Heart Failure

  • Systolic and Diastolic Dysfunction:
    • HFrEF: state of the art therapy: What do I need to know about HFmrEF?
    • HFpEF: Any new therapy beyond treating etiology and comorbidities?
  • Heart Failure Current and Future Trends

Advanced Medical Training Programs: Details

What to Expect

> All attendees receive a certificate at the end of the course,
     including the number of hours of training provided
> If taken for observations of patients, you will be accompanied
    by an attending physician, fellow, resident, healthcare staff,
    or supervisor at all times.
> You will not be able to perform or be involved in any direct patient
    care or research.
> You will not have access to patient records or have email privileges.

NOTE: Participation in an international advanced medical training program at Rambam does not have any bearing on pending or future residency or fellowship applications. Furthermore, Rambam Health Care Campus Health is unable to provide any recommendation letters regarding your participation in a medical training course.


Medical Training Courses typically range from 3 days to 2 weeks.


Education: Completion of the appropriate degree and a license to practice the related medical profession in your own country. Examples: M.D., license to practice medicine; R.N., license to practice nursing; etc.
Spoken and Written English Proficiency:  To provide you with a productive educational and learning experience, you must be proficient in spoken and written English. Of course, knowlege of Hebrew is helpful as well.

Required Documentation

> Copy of passport
> CV
> Personal statement/letter of intent
> Certified English translation of your medical school diploma
> Certified English translation of your medical license
> Proof of no criminal record (usually issued by a governmental body
    in your country)
> Full vaccination documentation

Sample Daily Agenda

07:30-08:30 - Morning departmental meeting

08:30-10:00 - Doctor's rounds (where applicable, otherwise, frontal classroom lectures)

10:00-13:00 - Attend lectures and/or participate in clinics with departmental
   directors or senior physician | rounds with senior
   physician | individual collaborative work with
   department physicians

13:00-14:00 - Lunch/Break
14:00-15:30 - Continue as from 10:00-13:00

After 15:30 - Day Summary | Departmental Lecutres |

Contact Us

Contact us for an estimate to a attend one of our medical training courses.

A number of different courses are available. All courses can be customized for your group's specific needs. When writing to us, please advise the following information:

Desired medical training course
Number of people participating
Desired time period for the course if
    more or less than listed in the course description
Special requests

We look forward to hearing from you!