I'm on target to hit 500 PCIs in a year, but things have slowed down a bit so maybe 400-450 will be more realistic. I started peripheral work a little late, so will probably get only slightly more than the minimum requirements. I'm at a mid-Atlantic university program, but I supplement my peripheral numbers by working at a nearby private hospital that has a training affiliation with my program.
In last several years, overall intervention procedures volume has gone down across the country. Can any current or past interventional fellow comment on what is considered good for peripheral/coronary/structural interventions in one year fellowship now a days ? Thanks.