Cleveland Clinic Children’s pediatric cardiologists provide comprehensive care and treatment for children, teens and young adults diagnosed with congenital and acquired heart defects.
World class heart surgery at Cleveland Clinic Children’s is provided by the Cleveland Clinic Congenital Heart Surgery team.
Our team consists of transplant-trained cardiologists, nurse practitioners and transplant coordinator registered nurses.
Cleveland Clinic Children’s provides several clinics and programs that are dedicated to the treatment of heart muscle and aorta disorders.
The Infant High-Risk Program uses leading edge medical equipment technology to help monitor babies born with congenital heart defects at home.
Our interventional specialists offer diagnostic and therapeutic interventions in two leading-edge catheterization labs offering distinct benefits for differing patient needs.
The FRONTIER Fontan Program helps improve the short- and long-term outcomes of children, adolescents and adults with Fontan circulation.
Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation offers specialized care for pediatric cardiology patients who are at increased risk for neurodevelopmental impairment.
Treats adults with congenital heart disease, including aortic stenosis, atrial septal defect (ASD) and more.
Find information regarding our pediatric residency and fellowship programs, materials on specific areas of Cleveland Clinic Children's, details about upcoming CME events, Grand Rounds and publications.