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Congenital Heart Center

Helping Hearts for Life



Congenital Heart Center

Congenital Cardiothoracic Surgery Outcomes

If you or your child has a congenital heart defect, it is important to choose the most advanced, proven care available. Turn to the congenital heart experts at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital.

The Congenital Heart Center specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of all congenital heart defects, even complex conditions, which can only be treated by the most advanced congenital heart programs in the country. When there is a defect in the heart’s structure in an unborn baby, child or adult, our congenital heart team can help. We are one of the few centers in the United States to provide a seamless transition of care from unborn babies to adulthood guided by a professional team in one location.

Our team of cardiologists, interventionalists, and cardiothoracic surgeons are experts in helping children and adults with various heart defects, diseases and conditions.

We are committed to providing the highest standard of care to help our patients live longer, healthier lives. This includes innovative solutions when options are limited or unavailable, utilizing leading-edge technology (3D printing), and active research to further advance the diagnosis, treatment and management of the heart. Our high-quality outcomes are achieved through the collaborative efforts of our experts in cardiology and our cardiothoracic surgery team.

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