Cardiology (Heart Center) Programs
The Adult Congenital Heart Disease program at Children’s Health offers a full spectrum of heart-related care for any age. Learn more.
Babies with complex congenital heart conditions need special care. The Fetal Heart Program offers that care even before your baby is born. We offer access to state-of-the-art technology and proven treatment plans that lead to recognized outcomes.
As the only pediatric transplant and ventricular assist device (VAD) program in North Texas, our experienced team is turning heart failure into heart function.
The Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program evaluates and treats babies and children with congenital heart defects. Our team helps children with congenital heart defects live life to the fullest -- from infancy through early adulthood.
Our Safe at Home Program works closely with parents so that they can care for their children with heart disease at home. Learn more at Children’s Health.
With more than 600 cardiac surgeries performed each year, our team is one of the most experienced in the country – offering both complex procedure treatments and minimally invasive approaches to patients. Our cardiac specialists are helping children lead longer, happier and healthier lives.
Children with heart conditions and genetic defects receive all the care that they need from Children’s Health℠ Pediatric Cardiovascular Genetics Clinic. Learn more about the services we provide.
At the Congenital Coronary Anomaly Program, our team provides comprehensive testing and a thorough evaluation of your child’s specific condition. Learn more.
The Dilated Aorta caused by Connective Tissue Disorders Program helps your child get the diagnosis, treatment and emotional support they need. Learn more
The Fontan Program at Children’s Health is focused on helping children live fulfilling and active lives after the Fontan procedure. Learn more.
Preventive Cardiology Clinic experts help kids with high cholesterol and related issues cut the risk of future heart disease. Learn more at Children’s Health.
Ventricular assist devices (VADs) pump blood for children whose hearts can’t pump as they should. See how Children’s Health helps children using the latest devices.