With nearly 36,000 outpatient encounters across our locations, 1,100+ inpatient admissions and over 500 cardiothoracic surgical procedures in 2022, The Heart Center at Children’s Health has some of the nation’s highest volumes – and some of its best outcomes.
From prenatal diagnosis to heart transplants to adult congenital care, we offer a full spectrum of multi-disciplinary cardiac care. Our advanced imaging and VAD capabilities along with our Safe at Home, Cardiac Neurodevelopmental and Pulmonary Hypertension programs are setting a new standard for other heart centers to follow.
The Children’s Health Fetal Heart Program has studied fetal CMR to better understand its advantages compared to other imaging tests and how to get the best results using it. Get key insights on this advanced diagnostic tool and our successful multidisciplinary approach, plus what’s next on the horizon. Read more »
Learn about key advances that are revolutionizing the field of pediatric cardiology – from harnessing big data to addressing health inequities. Read more »
Parent-child interaction therapy is real-time coaching to provide caregivers with skills for positive behavior management. Learn how our pediatric psychologists are adapting this proven therapy for families of children with congenital heart disease to support their neurodevelopment, relieve caregiver stress and improve patient outcomes. Read more »
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Pediatric Insights is a medical podcast that will explore the latest in pediatric care and research. Experts from Children’s Health will discuss advances and innovations as they encounter some of the most complex pediatric conditions.Listen to Pediatric Insights: Advances and Innovations with Children’s Health
Children who have had cardiac surgery during infancy may experience cognitive and motor delays. Our Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program offers screening, evaluation and follow-up to support children’s development from infancy through young adulthood.