Minimally Invasive Approaches, Shorter Recoveries
Our interventional cardiologists have helped advance the use of interventional catheterization for adult congenital heart diseases that have historically required open surgery. This can lead to faster recovery.
Highly Skilled Surgeons
Our congenital heart disease surgeons have years of training and experience treating high volumes of people with congenital heart disease. Studies show that performing more surgeries translates to better results for you.
An Expert Team
In addition to our cardiologists and surgeons, our imaging technicians, nurses, pharmacists, and others are trained specifically to evaluate and treat structural and functional congenital heart defects in adults. As a leading training center, we share our expertise with doctors worldwide.
Access to New Treatments
Our ongoing research and clinical trials ensure you have access to more treatment options, sometimes before they are available elsewhere. Some of the latest advances include catheter-based devices now used to treat atrial septal defect, two types of percutaneous pulmonary valves used as an alternative to surgery, and the ventricular septal defect (VSD) device.