Cardiac Center | The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

 

Every member of CHOP’s Cardiac Center team is specially trained to care for children with congenital heart disease. From before birth through adulthood, our patients have access to the most advanced treatments and an expert surgical team with the experience necessary to provide the best possible care for your child.

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Healing Hearts

Every gift, large or small, helps us provide lifesaving care, advance research, develop new treatments and improve the lives of children treated at the Cardiac Center. Find out how you can help.

Leader in Cardiology & Heart Surgery

 

 

 

 

The Cardiac Center is ranked No. 1 in the nation by Parents magazine for 2013 and top ranked by U.S.News & World Report for 2013-14. Learn more about what the rankings mean for your child»

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Infographic: Share the Facts About CHD

In the United States, 1 out of every 120 babies is born with heart disease. Check out our infographic to get the facts and help us spread the word about congenital heart disease.

Cardiac Center Nurse Navigators

The Cardiac Center Nurse Navigators are exclusively dedicated to helping all referring physicians, and new patients and their families, connect with the Cardiac Center.

Get the Facts

Learn about congenital heart disease and find out how you can help raise awareness.

Fetal Heart Program

Learn more about the Fetal Heart Program and the conditions we treat.

Patient Stories

Read the stories of other families facing similar diagnoses.

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Contact Us

For a second opinion, cardiac referral, or for more information.
267-426-9600

To schedule an outpatient appointment.
215-590-4040

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Advancing Care for Single Ventricle Heart Defects

Learn how early detection and diagnosis can make a world of difference in the lives of infants born with single ventricle heart defects.

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