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Contact Herma Heart Institute
For parents, information is power when it comes to making health care decisions for your child. Herma Heart Institute surgeons, cardiologists and other experts are eager to tell you more about your child’s condition, answer questions and explain what to expect. Contact us and we will connect you with someone from our staff who specializes in your child’s condition and has helped other families like yours.
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Become a patient
Deciding where to seek treatment for your child's heart condition can be difficult and stressful. We want to make it as easy as we can. An appointment with one of our pediatric cardiology specialists can be made by you or your child's doctor. Call us at (414) 607-5280 (toll free at (877) 607-5280) or fill out our secure online appointment request form.
To connect with a representative from a specific Herma Heart Institute or Children’s Hospital service, call the appropriate number below.
- Herma Heart Institute -- (414) 266-2380
- Second opinion appointments -- (855) 331-6300, or submit your request through our online form.
- Fetal Heart Program coordinator -- (414) 266-2077
- Heart Transplant coordinator -- (414) 266-2374
- Pediatric Heart Surgery Office -- (414) 266-2070
We welcome your questions about diagnosing and treating pediatric heart disease. Send questions and comments using our online form. We will do our best to respond within 24 hours on weekdays.
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
9000 W. Wisconsin Avenue
PO Box 1997
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1997
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Find a specialist
Physicians in our Herma Heart Institute are rated among the best. Find a specialist.
Help with travel
Traveling with a sick child to a new city can be stressful. We can make your visit to our hospital as easy as possible.
Request a second opinion
If your child was born with heart disease or a heart defect, consider getting a second opinion to help confirm the original diagnosis, and get the information you need to find the right care. Learn more.