The Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program at Children’s Health focuses on the treatment of heart problems in adults. Read on to learn about these services.
Our pediatric and fetal heart experts diagnose, evaluate and manage congenital heart disease and heart defects, before and after infants are born.
The Pediatric Heart Failure Program at Children’s Health offers support for the rarest heart problems in children. Learn more about heart failure treatment.
The Pediatric Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program at Children’s Health works to detect warning signs for delays in brain development for children. Read on to learn more.
When your child has a complex heart condition, such as a single ventricle defect, it’s natural for you to feel anxious about caring for them at home, but you don’t have to go it alone. Using a team approach, we give you all the tools and information you need to help your child stay healthy between surgeries.
Sometimes the best treatment for heart disease is open heart surgery. At Children’s Health, we use minimally invasive techniques such as partial sternotomy, whenever possible to help your child recover faster and reduce their risk for post surgical complications. This is just one of the reasons why children come to us from all over the country for cardiothoracic surgery.
Our pediatric cardiology experts use advanced genetic testing and subspecialty coordination to detect and treat inherited causes of heart disease.
While rare, congenital defects in the heart’s coronary arteries can have serious consequences – especially for young athletes. At Children’s Health℠ Heart Center, our congenital coronary artery program specializes in diagnosing and managing these often silent heart defects so children and adolescents can continue playing sports, safely.