Texas Children's Heart Center services include cardiac catheterization, electrophysiology, diagnostic and cardiac imaging, congenital heart surgery, cardiac nursing, CVICU, heart transplant and adult congenital heart disease.
The Adult Congenital Heart program enables patients with congenital heart disease (CHD) to receive a seamless continuation of care from birth to old age.
Texas Children's Heart Center is home to the most sophisticated and comprehensive facility in the Houston area to offer pediatric cardiac catheterization services.
Practicing good medicine involves bedside care, insight, good nutrition and taking care of the emotional and social needs of patients and their families.
Texas Children’s Heart Center is home to one of the nation’s few programs dedicated exclusively to clinical care, education and research in pediatric cardiovascular anesthesia.
The 21 bed Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU) cares for children in need of specialized care for their cardiac condition.
Today, Texas Children’s Heart Center is recognized across the globe as a leader in this highly specialized field and performs more than 800 surgical procedures each year with outcomes among the best in the nation.
The non-invasive imaging lab performs thousands of echocardiograms each year for infants and children with acquired or congenital heart disease and for adults with congenital heart disease.
The Coronary Anomalies Program at Texas Children’s Hospital is a multidisciplinary program dedicated to the diagnosis and management of patients with congenital coronary anomalies.
The Arrhythmia and Pacing Service at Texas Children’s Heart Center offers cutting-edge treatment for patients with heart rhythm abnormalities.
When a heart transplant is not immediately available, we offer a variety of circulatory support devices as a bridge to transplantation.
Texas Children's Heart Transplant Program has performed more than 260 heart transplants, making it one of the largest and most successful programs in the nation.
Our goal is to prevent future cardiac disease and events such as heart attack and stroke through early detection and intervention and by educating children and their families to better care for themselves.