Cardiology services for children in North Texas
Medical City Healthcare has the only hospital campus in North Texas with a core team of cardiovascular specialists—including some of the nation’s leading heart specialists—who treat congenital heart defects and heart disease in both pediatric and adult patients. Medical City Children’s Hospital and Medical City Dallas are uniquely qualified to treat hearts of all sizes and offer continuing care throughout your child’s life.
Expert pediatric cardiology care in Dallas
Medical City Children's Hospital is the only hospital in North Texas where fetal diagnosis, high-risk deliveries, stabilization in the neonatal intensive care unit, corrective surgery, state-of-the-art postoperative monitoring and care and long-term follow-up of patients with complex congenital heart disease can all be performed under one roof.
In addition to expert cardiology treatment, board-certified pediatric physicians, specially trained nurses and child-life specialists provide comprehensive, compassionate care to children of all ages and their families.
For pediatric patients with congenital (present at birth) heart abnormalities and heart disease, the Heart Center at Medical City Children's Hospital offers access to cardiovascular specialists, including a world-renowned congenital heart surgeon.
These specialists bring expertise in pediatric cardiology, pediatric critical care and pediatric congenital heart disease surgery, achieving outcomes for patients that surpass national standards.
Pediatric heart diagnostics
If your child needs a fetal echocardiogram, cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or a computed tomography (CT) scan, you have access to an accredited echocardiology lab. The pediatric echocardiology lab uses technologies such as transesophageal, intracavitary and real-time pediatric 3D cardiography.
Pediatric heart surgery
Medical City Children's Hospital pediatric congenital heart specialists offer leading-edge heart surgery for infants, children, adolescents and unborn babies. Pediatric cardiology teams work with specialists from related fields, including the Maternal Fetal Institute and the Fetal Care Center, to provide your child with comprehensive, multidisciplinary care.
Pediatric cardiac rehabilitation
After your child's cardiac procedure or diagnosis, an exercise routine may be the last thing on your mind. However, for a variety of heart conditions, a supervised cardiac rehabilitation program can help improve your child's quality of life. Through supervised exercise, lifestyle education and psychosocial support, we can help your child recover from their cardiac event while building confidence and self-esteem.