The diagnosis of heart disease can be difficult and overwhelming. Seeking a second opinion can help you understand your options and help you make the best decision for your child. You are not required to transfer your care from your current physician or cardiologist.
Baby Aria's parents learned their unborn child had a rare combination of medical diagnoses which she overcame with the help of a multi-disciplinary care team at Children's Minnesota and the Midwest Fetal Care Center.
Baby Harriet’s heart condition was so rare, only 55 cases were reported worldwide over a 20-year span.
Jayden's parents weren’t sure they'd get to watch their son play the way he can after learning he would be born with a serious heart condition. But thanks to the expert medical care provided by the team at Children’s Minnesota’s cardiovascular program Jayden is a kid on the move.
As a patient at The Children’s Heart Clinic, we understand the stress involved in bringing your child in for their first appointment. Our goal is to make you feel as comfortable as possible, prepare you with all of the information we can, while providing the best care for your child.
Billing and health insurance can be complex and time consuming. The business office at The Children’s Heart Clinic is available to help you understand the details of your account, insurance questions, our policies and any forms that you may need while your child receives care.
At The Children’s Heart Clinic, we provide comprehensive care for children and adolescents with heart and blood vessel conditions. Our goal is to understand the needs of our children and their families, and to provide the best care.
Michaela and Nic were excited to welcome their first baby, Xander. The pregnancy was going smoothly until a growth scan at 32 weeks. Only a week before Christmas, Michaela was told her baby was in heart failure and she needed to get to a hospital that provided expert fetal and neonatal he needed.
Children’s Minnesota expert co-authors national database study examining how racial disparities impact pre-hospital care for children experiencing cardiac arrest
Dr. Manu Madhok, trauma and emergency department physician at Children’s Minnesota, and his research team published a study that reveals non-White children experiencing cardiac arrest receive CPR from a bystander at a lower rate compared to White children.
If you see baby August today, it would be hard to tell the difficult road he’s already been on in his young life. Diagnosed in utero with Ebstein anomaly, August’s was able to beat the odds thanks to a comprehensive and multidisciplinary team of health care professionals.