Programs and services
We offer cutting-edge treatment for all heart conditions from pre-birth to adulthood. Learn more about specialty programs and services within the Herma Heart Center, which include:
- Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program
One of the few programs in the country specializing in preventing and treating the health challenges in adults with congenital heart defects.
- Advanced Diagnostics
When concerns are raised about your child having heart disease, getting an accurate diagnosis is a critical first step toward getting the best available treatment, even before birth.
- Cardiac Anesthesiology
Patients at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin who have heart surgery, catheterization or another heart procedure that requires them to be asleep (under anesthesia) are in the attentive care of a pediatric cardiac anesthesiologist.
- Cardiac Catheterization
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin offers all cardiac catheterization options for successfully diagnosing and treating patients with complex congenital (present at birth) heart conditions. As a result, many patients avoid surgery and benefit from less anesthesia time, less pain, faster recovery and shorter hospital stays.
- Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
Critical support for patients with complex heart conditions is expertly provided in our highly specialized 24-bed CICU.
- Cardiac Physical Activity (Steppin’ It Up) Program
A physical activity program aimed at helping patients with congenital heart disease feel better and stronger.
- Electrophysiology Program
Expert care for children with heart rhythm concerns or those living with a pacemaker or other implantable device.
- Fetal Heart Program
Highly specialized care through pregnancy, birth and beyond for unborn babies diagnosed with congenital heart defects.
- General Cardiology
Patients referred to our pediatric cardiologists for both common and complex concerns receive expert care and personal attention.
- Heart Failure Program
Expert diagnosis and treatment for children with congenital disorders, cardiomyopathy, neuromuscular disorders and other conditions that lead to heart failure.
- Heart surgery
Learn more about the procedures performed at Children’s Hospital and the exceptional surgeons and comprehensive care that makes us a national leader.
- Heart Transplant Program
Top-ranked medical expertise, family support and superior outcomes for children requiring heart transplant.
- Interstage Home Monitoring Program
The Interstage Home Monitoring Program at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is recognized worldwide for helping dramatically improve HLHS survival.
- Marfan Syndrome Program
Highly experienced and specialized diagnosis, treatment and management of this rare genetic connective tissue disorder and its possible complications.
- Mechanical Circulatory Support Program
Expertise and experience in a wide range of options for children who require a ventricular assist device (VAD), including home VAD support.
- Neurodevelopmental Follow-Up Program
The first program in the nation designed to help babies avoid or minimize developmental challenges that can follow complex heart surgery or treatment.
- Project ADAM
Education and life-saving initiatives for schools across the country, aimed at preventing sudden cardiac arrest in children and teens.
- Pulmonary Hypertension Program
Through this nationally accredited program, our multidisciplinary team diagnoses underlying causes of pulmonary hypertension and provides individualized treatment.
- School Intervention Program
This program is designed to advocate for and empower children with complex health needs and their families in school based settings.
- Tracheal Disorders Program
Groundbreaking surgical and other treatment options for children with simple or complex stenosis, malacia, fistula or other tracheal conditions.
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