Overview of Herma Heart Center
Herma Heart Center at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is one of the nation's top programs for medical and surgical treatment of congenital heart defects and heart disease in children. With an experienced team of pediatric cardiologists, surgeons and specialists and some of the best outcomes in the nation, it's easy to see why many families choose to visit Herma Heart Center.
Parents magazine ranked heart care at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin #7 in the nation in its 2013 Best Children's Hospitals survey. In an environment of hope and comfort, the goal is to provide compassionate, comprehensive and cutting edge care to patients and their families.
Video: Meet Dr. Berger and learn about our Herma Heart Center
- Providing lifesaving education: Learn how Project ADAM and AEDs are saving lives (WTMJ, Ch. 4).
- Learn from our specialists: Read the latest Herma Heart Center blog posts.
Programs and clinics
- Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program.
- Developmental Follow-up Program.
- Fetal Cardiac Program.
- Marfan Syndrome Clinic.
- Pediatric Heart Transplant Program.
- Pulmonary Hypertension Program.
Defects and issues treated
Below are just some of the heart defects and problems we treat:
Why choose us?
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Brandon was born with half of his heart missing, a condition called hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Seven days after he was born, he underwent the first of three surgeries to re-route his blood flow and re-structure his heart. Watch his story.