Division of Pediatric Cardiology
Teaming Up to Provide the Most Advanced Pediatric Heart Care
UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio are collaborating in pediatric heart care and cardiothoracic surgery to bring superior quality services and outcomes for kids and adults with congenital heart disease. Patients and families now have access to the most advanced technology and latest research to diagnose and treat congenital and acquired heart disease in children and adults through The Congenital Heart Collaborative. This collaboration offers patients the national leading quality outcomes and outstanding national reputations of both UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Extensive Expertise in Pediatric Cardiology
In this division we provide around-the-clock intervention and treatment for children with congenital or acquired heart disease. As an approved Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps Center, our division is staffed by top professionals trained in a multitude of cardiac specialties.
Thorough and highly sophisticated testing allows us to get an accurate picture of just what the problem is. Treatment covers everything from mild arrhythmia and valve blockages to heart murmurs and ventricle defects.
To help you child achieve optimum health, we must first discover exactly where the problem is. We do this through a series of the most advanced tests available anywhere. Once we know how best to help your child, we offer procedures to treat the entire scope of both common and complex heart ailments, including:
Fetal Heart Program
Our pediatric cardiology team provides compassionate, expert care for babies who are diagnosed with a congenital heart condition through our Fetal Heart Program.
Working in close collaboration with maternal fetal medicine specialists at University Hospitals MacDonald Women’s Hospital, our fetal heart team diagnoses and manages congenital heart conditions, develops a delivery plan, and works together to give your baby the best possible care – before, during and after birth.